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 IPHONE NEWS - UPDATE

Minimalist iOS puzzler Okay? has been downloaded 3 million times, gets new red level pack

Seeing red

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Product: Okay? | Publisher: Kamibox | Genre: Action, Puzzle
For: iPhone   Also on: iPad
 
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Solo developer Philipp Stollenmayer of Kamibox has let us know that he's rolled out an update for his minimalist iOS puzzler Okay? that adds more levels.

He describes it as being a "red level pack" with no extra details given. The update notes on the App Store simply say: "+25".

Putting two-and-two together, we gather that there are 25 levels to this red level pack. So, expect more aim-and-shooting action, just with red levels instead of white.

Stollenmayer also told us that Okay? has been downloaded over three million times since it was launched back in February. Not bad at all. 

The game is free to download so this high number doesn't necessary mean it's a huge money maker. In fact, as we covered before, only two percent of Okay?'s players paid anything for it.

But that they paid anything at all is a small victory considering that the IAPs don't net you anything - it's considered a tip, and nothing more.

Anyway, you can download Okay? yourself for free on the App Store and get these new levels right now.
 

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Chris Priestman 30 June 2015
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