On Saturday, January 12, Cleverhouse Games and Toys LLC. will officially introduce our new Chess King Master game to the casual game market.
Chess King Master is our expanded digital version of our Cleverhouse board game, Chess King and will be available to download for game play in the IOS Apple Store.
Chess King Master is the collaboration of Cleverhouse CEO, Mr. Nkosi Brown and game developer Designed Redeemed LLC. and features eight phenomenal levels of game play of speed and ingenuity.
The object of the game is to pursue and retrieve the Chess King Master’s Crown by navigating through eight jewel levels.
The player will encounter challenges which include, Time Keepers, Chess King Locks, and Multiple Level Configurations, all designed to prevent you from reaching the Chess King Master and his revered Crown.
Four thousand customers were recently able to experience one level of game play of our Chess King Master demonstration version in the IOS Apple Store.
Their response to our game was extraordinary. Rated “Five Stars”, Chess King Master was described as, “very challenging”, “very addictive”, “my favorite app, I love this puzzle game!” and “WOW!!!
Best puzzle game since Rubic’s Cube!” Cleverhouse CEO, Mr. Nkosi Brown said: “Our customer response to Chess King Master has been fantastic and we are confident with eight levels of game play, Chess King Master will truly enhance our customers game playing enjoyment even more.” ” I sincerely believe our game will go viral.”
Chess King Master is now the third product produced by Cleverhouse Games and Toys LLC. and the Milwaukee based company has positioned themselves to experience substantial growth in the Casual Game Market with this exciting new game.
Go to Chess King Master at (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/chess-king-master/id587152633?mt=8) or our website at (http://www.cleverhousegamesandtoys.com)
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