Puzzle fans may wish to sell used phones to fund Nokia N8 purchase
30 November 2010 — 2:16 PM
Those who love to take on puzzles and complete challenges everywhere they go could decide to sell their used phones and put the money towards a Nokia N8 after learning of a trio of games that have been made available free of charge by the brand.
Adam, writing the Nokia Conversations blog, says the three titles each pose a different problem for switched-on mobile users.
The first to be released for consumers is Blast Box, which features falling blocks very much like Tetris, but it should be noted the game play is "very different".
Also up for grabs is GemsXXL, where people are asked to shift sparkly gems around the board in an attempt to match three and win points, as well as a traditional Jigsaw Puzzle app that could provide hours of fun.
The Nokia N8 was released earlier this autumn and features a range of hi-tech specifications, such as a 12-megapixel camera.
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