Dreamfab releases Happy Hills


Dreamfab has released Happy Hills, a new casual physics-based puzzle game for iOS devices. The game challenges players to strategically place bombs to free the Happy Hills from a series of blocks that drop onto them from above. Players are provided with a limited set of bombs to use and must consider different physical properties of the individual blocks along with specific terrain unique to each level such as chasms, fire, water and moving platforms. Bonus stars are earned by destroying blocks rather than simply moving them and special boss blocks provide an additional challenge at the end of each region. The game includes 48 grassland levels with an additional expansion pack of 48 desert region levels available as a $1 in-app purchase. OpenFeint and Game Center achievements and leaderboards are included to challenge players further and help to unlock bonus levels. Happy Hills is a universal app and requires an iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, third- or fourth-generation iPod touch or iPad and is available from the App Store as a free download.


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