[MobilePRwire] – Gallery Hero is now available for Android devices, and iPad and iPhone. Download it from Google Play and the App Store today.
Rasterzone Entertainment, LLC today announced the release of Gallery Hero(TM) for iPhone, iPad, and Android phones and tablets. In the game, something has taken over the art gallery, and all the paintings have mysteriously disappeared from their frames. In their place is a series of puzzles that must be solved in order to recover the artwork. Gallery Hero features 60 puzzles, six paintings to rescue, and an eclectic soundtrack to play along to.
Gallery Hero is a tile-based puzzle game, where the goal of each puzzle is to clear the most tiles with the least number of moves. Tiles are cleared by matching colored sides. The player is given up to four tiles, which are used to make matches with tiles on the game board. The player is rewarded with bronze, silver, and gold stars depending on how well they do. Each of the six paintings can be recovered by earning bronze stars, but the game challenges the player to go further and collect all the gold stars to unlock a secret item.
The game features various challenges, such as timed challenges that test the player’s quick thinking, blackout challenges that test the player’s memory, and many more. As the game goes on, the puzzles increase in difficulty, and so the player must think more strategically about their next move in order to win. The game is intended for all ages, and has a high contrast option for players with color vision difficulties.
Gallery Hero is now available in the App Store for iPhone and iPad, and in Google Play for Android phones and tablets. There are no ads in the game. The first 20 levels are completely free, and the full 60-level game can be purchased from within the app. The full game is on sale for $0.99 during the game’s initial launch, which will last through August 24th. After that, the normal price will be $2.99.
Rasterzone Entertainment, LLC is an independent game company based in Dearborn, Michigan. Founded in 2015 by Alan Scarantino, Rasterzone focuses on fun and accessible mobile games for players of all skill levels. To learn more about Rasterzone and their games, visit http://Rasterzone.com.