Fanatee Launches Stop, a Beat-The-Clock Social Word Game for iOS Users

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Quick, name a body part that begins with an “X,” or an Academy Award winner whose name begins with an “I.” Stop – Fun Categories Word Game 1.0, the latest mobile game from Brazilian developer Fanatee, challenges users to do just that in a fast-paced guessing game that will have players constantly searching for answers, most likely hidden on the tips of their tongues.

Stop, now available for free on the iTunes App Store, takes the fun and simplicity of a traditional party game mobile. Invite friends from Facebook or challenge a random opponent to see who can come up with the most words per category that begin with the same letter before the timer expires. STOP encourages players to keep their vocabularies and reflexes sharp with turn-based gameplay and an unlimited number of games, where players never know when their games will suddenly come to a “STOP.”

“Category games were a childhood staple for many of us at Fanatee, which was one of the reasons why we wanted to bring back this genre, only this time, on a mobile device. Playing a game where your opponent can stop the clock at any time is a thrill that was missing in the mobile gaming world until now,” says Anthony Eigier, co-founder of Fanatee.

Features of STOP include:
* Freemium gameplay
* Retina display support
* Social integration that pits users head-to-head with Facebook friends and family
* Unlimited number of fun and challenging categories to choose from
* Achievements to unlock and conquer the game with GameCenter integration
* Unique sound effects
* Ability to play in English, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 6.0 or later
* 38.1 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Stop – Fun Categories Word Game 1.0 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category. And that body part that begins with an X? It’s “Xiphoid Process.”

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