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December 06, 2012

Kihon Unveils 'SketchPhrase' for Apple Users


Kihon Games has unveiled its latest title, "SketchPhrase," on the Apple (News - Alert) Store. The original drawing game of telephone is revisited in the latest game, "SketchPhrase," making it instantaneously addictive when played with friends.

The game, available as a free and a paid version, can be downloaded on the iTunes store. The free version is available here.

In a statement, Mark Grossnickle, CEO at Kihon Games said, "Kihon was created to develop entertaining, highly polished iOS games. We are extremely passionate about perfecting our craft, and being able to play with your friends is the best possible experience in gaming. Developing an engaging, socially connected game like 'SketchPhrase' represents the next step in our evolution as a studio. We cannot wait to see what people draw, write and share."

Players need to understand the drawings or words of their friends while playing "SketchPhrase." Players can expect the results to be often humorous and unanticipated. All the drawings and phases will be collected together and uncovered as a comic strip.

Players can also share the comic strip with friends on Facebook and Twitter (News - Alert), or store it in their gallery.

Apart from being an artist and a wordsmith, users will get a chance to be the final guardian, wherein they can "up-vote" and award stars to their preferred drawings and phrases. Games comprising the majority of stars and votes will appear at the top in the Gallery.

Depending on the number of votes and stars gained, players can also move ahead as an artist and a writer.

Players also earn coins for each finished drawing or phrase. These coins can be exchanged for supplementary colors, stars, gallery storage space, paintbrushes and watercolor brushes. Players are able to combine colors using watercolor brushes, allowing them to generate a superior quality drawing.

Kihon will soon unveil its key title "Dojo Danger" on iTunes. Recently, the organization’s initial game "Baby Monkey (Going Backwards on a Pig)" hit one million downloads. 

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Edited by Braden Becker
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