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Unblock Me™ for Android updates Intel® x86 support and Valentine theme

CHIANG MAI, Thailand, Feb. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Kiragames have proudly release an update to it's successful game, Unblock Me™, on Android with native support for mobile devices based on Intel® x86 Architecture and a beautiful Valentine theme to celebrate the season of love. With technical and marketing support from Intel, Kiragames have tested and verified Unblock Me™ to be fully compatible with Intel® x86 Architectures. First release in 2009, Unblock Me™ FREE have had well over 90 million downloads and counting making it one of the most successful games on mobile devices. To continue providing content to Unblock Me™ die hard fans, a new delicious chocolate Valentine theme have also been included in the update.


With this update, Kiragames have continued to improve user experiences on the Android platform. Users with Intel® x86 Android Architecture mobile devices can expect Unblock Me™ to run flawlessly on the device. Intel and Kiragames have worked extremely hard together to fully test compatibility with the platform. Die hard fans can also play Unblock Me™ with a totally different theme than ever before. The Valentine theme is a new theme that we break our designs rule from our original concept of all wooded theme to a chocolate yummy theme so our fans can really enjoy the love of the season.

Other features in the update includes optimizing game memory usages and adding Google Play Service Achievements which will let Unblock Me™ fans enjoy the game without any crashes and challenge themselves even more than before. The 21 Google Play Service Achievements will make fans more addict to the game, trying to unlock all 21 achievements. Overall, we truly believe that this will be an update very much enjoyed by our original fans and greatly expand our users to a new platform, the Intel® x86 Android.

Features include :

  • 4 difficult levels ranging from Beginner to Expert
  • 6500 puzzles in total for you to enjoy
  • Two game modes, Relax Mode and Challenge Mode
  • Ranking system to keep you challenged
  • 21 Google Play Service Achievements
  • Keep track of all the puzzles you've cleared
  • Hint system that will guide you through the puzzle
  • Undo system
  • Hours of entertainment for FREE!

Device Requirement :

Android devices with OS version 2.3.3 and up

Pricing and Availability :

Unblock Me™ FREE is available for free and can be downloaded from Google Play at

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Media Contact: Aun Taraseina, Kiragames Co., Ltd., +66841504365, [email protected]

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