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2011 Is Off Like A Shot!

30Jan2011 - Deep Bay, BC

You know the saying 'be careful what you wish for, it may just come true?'. 2011 started off that way for Neurofluid, in spades!

First off, while I've tweeted it, I haven't made this announcement formal on our blog until now: Neurofluid has been contracted by Compass Engine Corp (www.compassengine.com) to lend assistance in getting their latest application launched.

Compass Engine specializes in location-based mobile applications, with their first app being a fun one called 'Catch The Canary'. The object of the game is to be in the right place at the right time with your mobile device. The game brings up a map based on your location, and if you see the canary on the screen, you could win prizes by tapping on it.

Their next game is currently under review with Apple and is expected to be released to the Apple iTunes store within the next month. While I'm not at liberty to divulge the details, it's going to be a fun one and indulges a need in those of us with a desire to find things.

As there's only 24 hours in a day, and those of you who know me personally know that I like to try and fill every one of them, work continues on a few other Neurofluid projects at the same time.

A revision to Heartbreaks Revenge will be submitted to the app store in the coming weeks which takes advantage of the larger size of the iPad® and the higher resolution of Apple's new Retina display.

Mumbee's Match will also be upgraded, adding a high score system so the little ones can challenge their siblings to a timer-based card match duel!

Several other iDevice games are under preliminary development which, if all goes well, should see the light of day by the second quarter of 2011, while over a dozen others are in the conceptual development stage.

All-in-all, 2011 continues to look busy, bright and exciting for Neurofluid, and I hope the same goes for you!

Krys Wallbank
Neurofluid Interactive Software Inc.