Two PROPE developed iPhone and iPod Touch games quietly appeared earlier last week. The games, titled 10 Count Boxer and Fluffy Bear, sell for 99 cents each. 10 Count Boxer features a rather oddly written description, touting Johnny the gusty boxer whom refuses to lose. From what the description loosely implies, players are asked to pummel an opponent who refuses to fight back and will stand up after each blow. The object of the game, it seems, is to see how many times you can hit your opponent to the point where he falls down. The more times Johnny gets up before the final K.O., the higher your score. So you're supposed to torture the guy rather than finish him off immediately? The odd rules haven't helped the game, which at the moment has zero reviews and possibly zero downloads.
Fluffy Bear is a similarly confusing game. At first glance, it looks like a virtual pet. But it is actually much less than that. The object of the game is to lift the limp bear with your finger until he stands. The sooner he stands, the higher your score. Again, zero reviews and probably zero downloads.
It seems SEGA exercised their right of first refusal, as both games have no SEGA affiliation. If you're feeling adventurous, you can buy Fluffy Bear or 10 Count Boxer at the app store. C'mon PROPE, give us Let's Tap Touch!