‘Impatient Squirrel’ scampers onto the App Store for iOS touch devices today

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+AsDesigned Games is pleased to announce its debut title for iOS touch devices ‘Impatient Squirrel’, is due to hit the App Store today, Thursday 8th January, 2015. Developed in conjunction with the ‘Creative England’ Games Lab programme, Impatient Squirrel is an innovative sliding puzzle vs infinite runner style game and will be free to download with sensible IAP ‘Nut Bundles’ at launch.

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With every purchase of the special ‘Red Squirrel Survival Trust/RSST bundle’, £2 will be donated to the Red Squirrel Survival Trust, a dedicated charity that helps to save Britain’s indigenous red squirrel population!

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“We’re thrilled to release our second title from +AsDesigned games today, and our debut on iOS,” commented Adam Russell, founder of +AsDesigned Games. “It’s great to put out a title that’s so much fun to play and also goes some way to help save the dwindling population of one of our nations best loved species of wildlife”.

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In Impatient Squirrel, players must slide tiles, which take the form of branches into place to help our foraging friend find his acorns and enjoy a tasty snack. With sixty challenging puzzles and five beautifully hand drawn environments to play through, each new level features fun filled challenges and a variety of ways to play.

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Impatient Squirrel features:
• Sixty challenging puzzles
• Five beautifully hand drawn themed environments
• Easy to play levels, but challenging to master!
• Magical nuts that can be bought to help you solve difficult puzzles
• Remove adverts with the purchase of any in-app purchase

Impatient Squirrel launches for iOS touch screen devices today!

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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