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ChromaWaves Application for iTunes Created by EECS Students in Game Development Class

Chromawaves ScreenshotChromaWaves is an ambient color mixing game for the iPhone and iPod Touch that was created by iGameTeam, a collaborative effort between students of The Cleveland Institute of Art (CIA) and Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) in the Advanced Game Project course (EECS 390) led by Prof. Marc Buchner (EECS) and Prof. Knut Hybinette (CIA).

All profits that iGameTeam would otherwise earn from ChromaWaves sales are being donated to Child's Play, a charitable game industry organization, "dedicated to improving the lives of children with toys and games in our network of over 60 hospitals worldwide."

ChromaWaves allows players to use the multi-touch functionality of the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad to select and mix colors. From a centralized water droplet, the player can drag and flick their finger through a ring of pigment to thwart off enemies, based on the selected color.

For more information go to www.ChromaWaves.com.