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Having become one of the best-selling games on the Xbox Live Indie Game store, The Impossible Game is now available on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad!

The Impossible Game is a minimalist platformer with only one button. Jumping over a series of spikes, pits and blocks may sound easy, but The Impossible Game, as its name implies, could possibly be the hardest game ever made.

Set to a pounding techno beat, the game is absolutely unrelenting in its difficulty and a quick search on Twitter will find hundreds of players putting their gaming skills to the ultimate test. No wonder Eurogamer.net described it as "bafflingly addictive".

New features for the iPhone/iPod Touch version include: a new, improved level layout; a statistics page listing (among other things) how many times you've died; and Twitter and Facebook integration, so players can boast to their friends about how far they can get!
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