Spirits for 99 cents - 2 days only sale!

Spirits for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch – Trailer from Spaces of Play on Vimeo. Like the ethereal and problem-solving, yet peaceful themes in games like Spirits (iPad version also available), so giving a shout out about their 2 day sale (7/8 April 2011)! Looking for a game that doesn't involve tearing an opponent's head off, smashing, crashing, or other destructive variations of gameplay? Spirits is the game for you...and it's on-sale this Thursday and Friday, so go grab it!! More PR info follows...

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"After a long winter here in Berlin spring has finally arrived! Reason enough for us to do another sale of Spirits for everyone who hasn't picked it up yet. The sale will be this Thursday & Friday, April 7–8."


For people who already own the game we have some good news as well: By popular demand we're working on an update that will integrate Game Center and offer achievements for all the Completionists out there. While we're at it, we'll also refine the touch controls to give you that little extra precision you'll need for some of the harder levels. Keep on eye on our Twitter feed (www.twitter.com/spacesofplay ) to read when the update is out.


Spirits for iPad – $0.99 (80% off, regular $4.99)


Spirits – $0.99 (66% off, regular $2.99)



“... a must have for all physics-based puzzler fans and other gamers alike. 9/10”

– Slide Gamer

“Princess Mononoke meets Lemmings.”

– Bytejacker


“Best Mobile Game Finalist”

– Deutscher Computerspielpreis 2011

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