GameTantra, the casual games arm of the Indian game development company Dhruva Interactive has launched new games for the iPhone and the iPad - Glo Flo and Bazzle. This is the companys first foray into the smartphone gaming business, and it has plans to bring the games to the Android platform in a month or two. The company intends to launch four to six more games for smartphones by the end of this year. While Glo Flo is a connecting-the-dots type puzzle game available for the iPhone, iPod touch and the iPad (in an HD version), Bazzle is an action plus puzzle game with a Physics based gameplay, available only for the iPad. Both games are available as paid apps. Distributed by Beeline (a sub-brand of Capcom), both have also made it to the top-10 in Family and Puzzle categories and have collectively received more than 22,000 downloads in a span of three weeks. Glo Flo for iPhone is priced at $0.99, while its iPad version Glo Flo HD costs $1.99. Bazzle is available at $0.99. Demo Videos: Glo Flo | Bazzle MediaNama readers might recall Dhruva Interactive CEO, Rajesh Rao hinting at a possibility of the company getting into the mobile games market, at the time of launching GameTantra. After the launch of its casual game Conga Bugs in 2009, the company launched another game specially targeting the US market - 'Find Your Own Way Home', produced by digital design agency Curious Sense, and based on popular 70s rock band REO Speedwagon. Rao…
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