Sunday 24 February 2013


This week we launched our stunning game "Cyto" on the App Store - download it to your iPhone or iPad. Watch this demo here : - this is stunning !!!

Cyto is a new puzzle game with speculator graphics, unique game play and brilliant music. You need to help the main character collect lost memories and discover mysterious truth about his past. You will love it.

Our mobiles games studio in Eastern Europe called Room 8, together with leading game publisher Chillingo, are very excited about this new game. Cyto is an incredibly cute and lovable hero protected by a bubble-like envelope that can stretch and stick to larger objects. He has lost all of his memories and looks for them in a fun and mysterious world full of increasingly challenging puzzles scattered through 81 beautifully designed levels.

Gamers can change Cyto's shape and explore some of the unusual ways in which it works. You will need your puzzle solving skills and an accurate flinging finger to overcome all dangers on Cyto's path.

The main goal of the game is to help Cyto recover his memories about himself and his home. Help him remember by collecting memory fragments throughout all the levels, then watch his story unfold. Each atmospheric stage is loaded with clever dangers, so watch your moves or else Cyto's story will be lost forever. Paired with a phenomenal soundtrack from Emmy nominated composer David Ari Leon and dreamlike graphics, Cyto is the perfect play for puzzle fans looking for their next obsession.

Download it today ... if this does not capture your imagination then you get your money back.

Posted by Ronnie Apteker

Sunday 17 February 2013

Zeitgeist: Moving Forward

Last weekend I sat down and watched this 2 hour 40 minute documentary film ... this weekend I am going to watch something different. Something that won't make me anxious. But, anxiety aside, this is a must see - have a look here for some more details

Here is an extract from a transcript I found online:

When we reflect on the original concept of the so-called free market capitalist system as initiated by early economic philosophers such as Adam Smith we see that the original intent of a “market” was based around real, tangible, life supporting goods for trade. Adam Smith never fathomed that the most profitable economic sector on the planet would eventually be in the arena of financial trading or so-called investment, where money itself is simply gained by the movement of other money in an arbitrary game which holds zero productive merit to society.

I thought an economy was meant to, I don't know... “Economize”? Doesn't the very term have to do with preservation and efficiency and a reduction of waste?

So how does our system, which demands consumption and the more the better, efficiently preserve or “Economize” at all? Well... it doesn't. The intent of the market system is, in fact, the exact opposite of what a real economy is supposed to do, which is efficiently and conservatively orient the materials for production and distribution of life supporting goods.

In our lifetimes we are going to see incredible change. Drastic, hectic, intense change. It is history repeating itself. Yes, nature is the ultimate dictator.

Posted by Ronnie Apteker

Sunday 10 February 2013

Miracles Rising

Nelson Mandela : If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.

Miracle Rising: South Africa, marks the 23rd anniversary of Nelson Mandela's release from prison in 1990. This extraordinary documentary debuts tonight, this Sunday at 8:30 pm, on the HISTORY channel around the globe - this is an inspired piece of work and was sponsored by Dimension Data and Internet Solutions. Don't miss it!

Posted by Ronnie Apteker

Tuesday 5 February 2013

Magic !!!

Sometimes you just see and hear something that captures your imagination right off the bat. This TED presentation is a combination of good old fashioned magic with a high-tech twist. A conspiracy of old and new, of analog and digital. A must must see!

I am loving magic more and more. And the imagination and creativity at play here is just extraordinary.

Posted by Ronnie Apteker