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Right Side Up Releases on Android and iOS

Get your mobiles ready for Cryolite's flippin' addictive puzzle game Right Side Up!
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Developed by Austin-based one-man studio Cryolite, Right Side Up is a new and potentially addictive mobile game for Android and iOS. Right Side Up is a fun tile-flipping puzzle game which will keep you glued to your mobile as you work your way through 150 levels, with ten new levels releasing every day.

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The game, which gets some inspiration from classics such as Tetris and Lights Out! The aim of the game is to flip the tiles the right way using different template layouts to do so. The gameplay is simple — all you have to do is drag into position and tap to flip.

The game was previously shown at Intel Buzz Workshop App Showcase in October 2015 and has since received a lot of interest. Adam Allevato, the man behind Cryolite, says that the interaction and interest he received at the showcase made him realize the state of the indie gaming in his local area:

“The Intel Buzz Workshop showed me that the indie game community is thriving in Austin, and I learned tons at the event. I’m excited to release my app in an area that is so inundated with gaming innovation.”

Right Side Up is available now on Google Play and App Store and is free to play (there are, however, in-game purchases available).

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