TAMPA -- November 26, 2013 -- Gamieon’s Domino Arena is now available for the PC and mobile tablet devices! Players have sixty seconds to paint as many falling domino jewels their color as possible while stopping opponents from doing the same.
Domino Arena is the fourth mobile game released by Gamieon, and follows a line of popular games which include Hamster Chase, Hyperspace Pinball, and Tiltz. Gamieon was established in 2004 as an Indie game development studio, and is operated by its sole multi-talented developer Christopher Haag.
Domino Arena is a competitive game where players must paint as as many radiantly jeweled dominoes their color as possible while their opponents attempt to do the same. In each level is a path of falling dominoes, each one colored by the player who owns that domino. When dominoes fall onto other dominoes, they become the same color. Players have only a minute to make as many dominoes their color as possible by creating new paths for them to fall, and by blocking paths that their opponent is using.
When not playing against the computer, a player can compete against up to three other people around the web on GameJolt and Kongregate, or around the kitchen table with the upgraded edition on the iPad or Android tablet!
Player scores are uploaded to online leaderboards so that everyone can compete for the top score. More time playing and more wins mean a higher rank!
Domino Arena is available for free on the PC, and can be downloaded for free on iPad and Android tablets (Gingerbread or better required) as well. Mobile tablet players can upgrade from a free twelve level, single-player version to having twenty levels and multi-player support for just $0.99!
- Brilliant graphics and music
- Up to 20 levels
- Global leaderboards
- Supports up to four players on the PC and upgraded tablet versions
You may download or play Domino Arena by going to the following links:
Android (Gingerbread or better)
GameJolt on the PC
Kongregate on the PC
Gamieon is an independent game development company that aims to provide quality video game software which emphasizes both intellectual and action-driven challenge to the gaming community. To learn more about Gamieon, please visit http://www.gamieon.com/.
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