Software Spotlight: Frenzic

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robot.pngThe crew at the Iconfactory make some pretty awesome apps. From the simple to use Twitteriffic, to this awesomely addictive new game Frenzic.

Frenzic is a puzzle game. Think Tetris or Bejeweled, but way cooler.

In Frenzic you construct Trivial Pursuit styled pies by clicking on one of the open spaces as new pie pieces come into play. The fewer colors you use per complete pie, the more points you get. Pies of only one color give you an extra life.

frenzic.jpgThe game gets very quick very fast, and you will find yourself addicted almost immediately.

The online leader board is even more incentive to get in the game so you can show of your mad Frenzic skillz.

There is a free demo of Frenzic you can try…but after 60 minutes of play time, you’ll have to buy the game. You actually have some interesting options for that.

If you want to just buy the game and play it, it’ll only cost you $14.95…a sweet deal for a quality app like this. That $14.95 also gets you 6 months worth of online features at no extra cost….you have to renew the online features for $9.95 a year after that.

Or, for $24.95, not only do you get the full game…and not only will you have free access to the online features for life…but you’ll also strengthen the chances for a sequel by supporting and indy development team that has created a great game.

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3 thoughts on “Software Spotlight: Frenzic

  1. Michael, just a quick correction. The Frenzic Guru Bundle, which is unlimited local play AND online access for life sells for $24.95, not $34.95. Just wanted to set the record straight. Thanks for your kind words about Frenzic, all of us greatly appreciate it. Now back to filling those pies! 🙂

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