Bossa Studios have teased puzzle platformer fans with their latest creation titled Twelve A Dozen several days before and now launched this special title on iPad.
Twelve A Dozen is designed mainly for the 10 to 14 years old with mathematics at its core integrated to the gameplay in an entertaining style. Meanwhile, it appeals to all ages with its amazing graphics and solid and fun platforming journey filled with puzzles and quirky characters.
The game stars the heroine Twelve as well as her companion Dot, a clever decimal point voice-acted by comedian and actress Lucy Montgomery, on an adventure in a world inside a calculator to solve puzzles and save her family from disaster.
Players control the heroine during the journey filled with maths-based puzzles across fairytales-inspired worlds. There are different numbers scattered alongside the way. Players will add, subtract, time, divide or do more complex operations during the adventure that will change the every number on the face of Twelve. Since every digital number varies from each other in power, Twelve will thusly borrow the special abilities like powerful jump and strength to advance.
The mathematic calculation is incorporated into the puzzle-platform adventure in a fun way so that Twelve A Dozen is both educational and entertaining. And it grows more challenging with progression through levels and keeps fresh with the appearance of a series of quirky characters like gruffletrumps, sum beasts and the Reds living in forests.
Twelve A Dozen is now available on iPad for $4.99. It offers 30 unique levels at launch and promised to add more levels soon in free update. And if it gets popular, it will also land on iPhone and Android as well.