iPhone gets finger friendly with Twister-esque Q?pid

The app to get touchyfeely with

iPhone gets finger friendly with Twister-esque Q?pid
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What about iPhone games as match-maker?

That's the goal of the new release from Tetsuya Mizuguchi's Q Entertainment - Q?pid.

A two player game, you both have to move the onscreen markers in a single gesture to reveal a mystery photo.

The puzzles get progressively more difficult as the number of markers increase, so you must combine co-operation and digital dexterity in order to clear each new photo.

Q Entertainment reckons it will be a social ice-breaker, if not a romantic fire starter.

"Q?pid isn't only a cute and fun game, but also a social experiment," says Shiji Utsumi, Q Entertainment's president. "We can't wait to hear stories of romance and flirtation facilitated by our app."

You can see how it works in what's described as 'an adult situation'.

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Indeed, as well as the main mode, there's also an Edit mode, so you can enter personalised messages, photos or pictures, and add music from your iTunes library to create a special experience for your playing friend. Q?pid is out now, priced $1.99, €1.79 or £1.19. Hit the App Store button to get touchyfeely.
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