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Jeremy1026
Dec 15, 2008, 08:58 PM
Just wanted to let everyone know that my latest app is in the store. 'Pig.' It is based off a classic dice game.

The game of Pig is a classic folk game first described in print in 1945. In Pig you must be the first to reach 100 points by rolling a single die. The game gets tricky in that if you roll a 1, your turn score is then 0 and your turn is over.

In 1026 Development's version of Pig you can play either by yourself against the computer, or verse your friend sitting next to you on the bus. With challenging A.I. playing alone can be as much fun as playing against a friend.

Pig is a classic game that works great on the iPhone. Play it today.

Available for only $.99. Download it now. (http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=299950419&mt=8)

1st five people who check this thread, and want a copy can get one with one of the following promo codes:
XKP7ETX773P3
JWAEJAMLEXEJ
YL4RF67HAE33
AW3FYJTHWPYT
J9LRH96H3A4L



Eric Isaacson
Dec 15, 2008, 09:05 PM
Just wanted to let everyone know that my latest app is in the store. 'Pig.' It is based off a classic dice game.

The game of Pig is a classic folk game first described in print in 1945. In Pig you must be the first to reach 100 points by rolling a single die. The game gets tricky in that if you roll a 1, your turn score is then 0 and your turn is over.

In 1026 Development's version of Pig you can play either by yourself against the computer, or verse your friend sitting next to you on the bus. With challenging A.I. playing alone can be as much fun as playing against a friend.

Pig is a classic game that works great on the iPhone. Play it today.

Available for only $.99. Download it now. (http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=299950419&mt=8)

1st five people who check this thread, and want a copy can get one with one of the following promo codes:
XKP7ETX773P3
JWAEJAMLEXEJ
YL4RF67HAE33
AW3FYJTHWPYT
J9LRH96H3A4L


Thanks, I'd love to have a copy. I'll take this code
XKP7ETX773P3

psywzrd
Dec 15, 2008, 09:28 PM
Wow - looks like all codes are used already. Thanks to Eric for at least having the decency to post the code that he used and thanks to Jeremy for posting the codes in the first place.

Jeremy1026
Dec 17, 2008, 12:26 PM
Wow, those codes went fast. I hope everyone who got one is enjoying it.