Visiware, the world leader in developing and distributing interactive television games, as well as PlayAlong with TV shows, has now unveiled its first game on Facebook with Blitz Dobble Spot It, the party game of the moment.
Released in 2009 as a board game, Blitz Dobble Spot It is a truly addictive memory game combining speed, reflexes, observation, and fun. Its fun and simple rules, consisting of finding matching symbols in two stacks of cards, have already made it a genuine classic, and explain its increasing success year after year.
Blitz Dobble Spot It does not depart from this basic rule. Visiware game designers have successfully reproduced the Dobble universe while adding great new features. The player can enter a fantastic "Journey mode" and travel through 20 more and more difficult levels, while earning virtual currency, power-ups, and new features along the way. Gamers wanting to compete against their friends can also enter the Weekly Tournament, with its exciting and challenging Survival mode.
On top of the Adventure and Tournament modes, Blitz Dobble Spot It has added a great new feature: the Eye Q calculation (Eye Quotient). The Eye Q is to the eye what IQ is to intelligence. For the first time, it is possible to compare your visual prowess with that of your friends, and have fun in the process.
The game also benefits from all the social features of the Facebook platform and best-of- breed implementation of Open Graph.
The launch anticipates a new powerful trend in social gaming: the appearance of next- generation licensed games, like Blitz Dobble Spot It, which can compete with more traditional games like Monopoly or Scrabble, already available on Facebook.
Laurant Weill, CEO of Visiware: "Party games are a new trend that is growing exponentially. Entering the market of social games on Facebook with Blitz Dobble Spot It is a logical step for us. Blitz Dobble Spot It is an international license that is gaining more and more popularity. It establishes the perfect balance between simplicity and fun, qualities that appeal to our audience: casual gamers."
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