Factsheet

Developer:
Ben Nizan
Based in London, United Kingdom

Release date:
7th October, 2015

Platforms:
iOS
Android

Website:
mimicwing.com

Regular Price:

Free

Description

40 of the best, free, riddles from my mate Harry. Can you solve them all? Riddlebob is free to use, and has no adverts. Players that enjoy the app are able to leave a small tip via the credits page if they wish.

History

Ben made the dive into indie development after beginning as a modder, studying game design at university and working as a writer/designer at Gamesys for three years. His first mobile game, Hexderity, was released in June 2015 and was included as one of The Observer's "20 apps and games for July". Riddlebob, which originally started life as a birthday present for a friend, remains a gift to all - free to use, and free of ads.

Features

  • 40 pieces of mischievous wordplay for you to solve
  • Free to use, and free of ads
  • A colourful interface - say 'no!' to dull looking word games

Videos

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About Ben Nizan

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Ben is a game designer working out of a box room in South London. He's participating in Kongregate's experimental games incubator - Launchpad X - with his latest project: Petri Dish. His first industry job was as a games writer for a casual RPG called Here Be Monsters, and has since developed games independently for mobile and web.

More information
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Riddlebob Credits

Ben Nizan | Mimicwing
Design and Development


presskit() by Rami Ismail (Vlambeer) - also thanks to these fine folks