After sending tons of review requests, here is the first piece of review of Riddle Crack that I recieved from PlayPlayFun.com
Riddle Crack is fun to play and it really gets your brain cracking. However, Riddle Crack seems best to be played with friends to have an increase chance of solving the puzzles.
Right about now, the lifeline from the show Who Wants To Be a Millionaire? seems to make sense. I would like to phone a friend Regis!
If you are stuck with a question, there is only a handful of extra hints available at the developer’s homepage. Beyond that, all you can do is to ask more friends or to be creative to find your answer through the search engine.
One cool feature from this game is that you can submit your riddle to the developer and if it’s posted, you’ll get credited for your riddle.
Overall, Riddle Crack is fun. The riddle is clever. Remember, “difficult” is a relative word in riddles. It may be difficult for you, but it may be a simple knowledge for others.
PlayPlayFun.com is a online game collection site that is relatively new(I guess) and very developer friendly. I got email feedback less than 24 hours after the submission of my game. And after few back and forth emails talking about my game, the editor of the site put up his own words to promote my game on their site, which is exactly what an indie developer needs.
If you are also an indie developer, who has skill set of coding and designing of a game but feels like is lacking skills of marketing, PR or like myself feeling awkward writing press release in English. Try reaching to PlayPlayFun.com and you will be appreciating the time spent with them.
Alright! For those of you who are sitting in a comfortable chair, staring at your big ass monitor and couldn’t lift your arm to grab your cellphone or tablet, here is the Lite version of Riddle Crack that you can play in a web browser. It only goes to lvl20 though, if you’d like to play a full version, please download the app from App Store or Google Play.