100 Million Downloads!
When we started Optime Software, we would have been happy if a few thousand people downloaded our games. We just wanted to make something fun! Three years later, we’re pleased to announce that we recently passed the 100M download mark.
We have a lot of people to thank for that accomplishment, but most of all we want thank our users. Thanks for taking the time to download and play our games. We hope you’re having as much fun playing them as we’re having making them!
We have a lot of exciting things planned for 2012, including some great new applications and awesome updates to our existing applications. Your support and feedback is critical as we do our best to continue delivering the best free gaming experience on the planet!
Posted: January 12, 2012
Introducing Ultimate Minesweeper!
We’re very excited to announce the release of our latest game, Ultimate Minesweeper.
Just about everyone has killed time playing Minesweeper at some point in their life. Ultimate Minesweeper adds a new dimension with leaderboards provided by OpenFeint that let you compete against other users from around the world.
OpenFeint user Oafdog has already thrown down the gauntlet with an incredibly fast time of 13 seconds to complete the easy difficulty level. See if you can beat that!
Download Ultimate Minesweeper today and give it a shot!
Posted: January 22, 2010
Hangman Is Here!
We’ve been working hard to create the ultimate hangman experience for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The result is our latest application - Hangman Free.
Hangman Free just hit the app store a couple of days ago and so far the reception has been great. Download it today and check it out!
Posted: October 22, 2009
Is All Fair in War?
One of the more frequent review comments we’ve received regarding War is that the game appears to be rigged in favor of the computer player.
We’re not mean people, so we would never intentionally give the computer an advantage. However, the review comments got us thinking - maybe our code accidentally gives the computer player an advantage when shuffling the deck.
We put this assertion to the test by simulating the start of a million games to see how frequently each player started with the stronger deck.
Here are the results of our simulation:
Computer player - 48.8%
Human player - 48.7%
Even - 2.5%
It looks like the old adage is true, all is fair in War. If you keep losing to the computer, we’re sorry to say that you might just have really bad luck.
Posted: October 07, 2009
War Free Hits the Top 50!
It has been a few short weeks since the initial launch of War Free, and we’re pleased to announce that it is now ranked as the #3 card game on the App Store and one of the top 50 free games overall.
War Free is our seventh game to make the top 50 and we’re hoping that trend continues. We’d like to thank everyone who has downloaded War Free and checked it out. If you haven’t downloaded it yet, get it now and have some fun!
Posted: October 07, 2009