We're really pleased to be able to go public with the news that the Filth Fair is coming!
This is the game we've been producing for the Wellcome Trust:
Filth Fair gets ready to dirty up the App Store this March
Updated Feb 9, 2011, 10:15am
Nobody likes filth. It’s dirty, icky, and often downright disgusting. But the folks at Wellcome Trust? They’re celebrating it. Starting in March, the Wellcome Trust will spend more than five months showcasing the subject of filth in their upcoming “Dirt Season,” a series of special events and releases all revolving around our relationship with grime. One such release is the upcoming hidden object game Filth Fair for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
In addition to this, there is also a preview over on Pocket Gamer:
Filth Fair is a hidden words and meanings game set inside a huge painting by Mike Wilks, an artist famous for his best-selling 1986 book The Ultimate Alphabet.
Your task is to find and identify over 300 words buried inside numerous objects. Cryptic, descriptive, and word-substitution clues are on hand to aid you, with prizes, awards, and acclaim awaiting the best players.
According to Wellcome, Filth Fair has been created with the highest craftsmanship and without, "digital-virtual hocus-pocus."
Filth Fair will be available to play for free on iPhone, iPad, and online some time in March.