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10-18-2012, 11:09 PM #1
Blueprint 3D Gets a Fun New Update
Last year, ModMyi showed you a game called Blueprint 3D by FDG Entertainment, which was a pretty intuitive game allowing you to rotate broken blueprint images until you put them into the correct perspective. The game came with many levels and had an iPhone/iPod touch and iPad version, providing hours of entertainment for everybody.
Blueprint 3D gets a fun update today to version 2.0, which gives the game some extra features and a great new do-it-yourself mode. The new do-it-yourself mode allows you to take a photo of something and the game will generate a blueprint out of it that you can rotate to solve like any other level in the game:
After going through the steps to snap a photograph, you can tap on the “Use” button for the game to generate the scrambled blueprint. Now you can just solve that blueprint to beat the level and then you can go take a photograph of something else:
What’s great about this new do-it-yourself feature is that when you run out of pre-loaded levels, you can go about creating your own for endless entertainment. That’s not to say that the game is void of levels – Blueprint 3D comes with many. A total of 11 level packs, to be exact, each with several levels contained within.
The 2.0 update of Blueprint 3D also adds a Halloween level pack (27 extra levels) to remain festive for the upcoming holiday and adds support for the iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5G’s new four-inch display. More achievements are now available for you to achieve in the game and the update also brings iCloud support and progress syncing between the normal version of the game and the iPad version of the game.
If you’ve been looking for great games for your new iPhone 5, count this game on your list. It will give your critical thinking skills a challenge and it offers countless hours of fun and entertainment.
10-19-2012, 12:51 AM #2
Love this update.
10-19-2012, 08:09 AM #3
This game is awesome! But once you get the hang of it the puzzles are all the same. You just flip it and rotate pretty much