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Maya mobile puzzle game for iPhone released

updated 11:45 am EST, Thu November 15, 2007

Maya puzzler for iPhone

Ojom today released its first game specifically designed for the iPhone, titled Maya. The mobile puzzler is adapted to drag, drop, and twist like the device itself as players access the game via Apple's Safari Web browser. Much like the iPhone, Maya twists and flips as players make their way through the jungle via a series of mind challenging logic games. Players must solve a series of puzzles in a quest to find the Maya Temple hidden deep in the jungle. A deluxe version was released in conjunction with the iPhone's Euro launch via Jamster and Jamba, while the standard edition is available for free.

"The story goes that, inside the temple, you will find a number of 'golden artifacts' that hold the key to an unsolved mystery. Collect the golden artifacts by solving the puzzles and unlock the secret of the Temple of Mysteries," Ojom said. "You will be flipping and twisting the triangles with ease on the iPhone's touch screen and will be trying to master this game at every possible opportunity."

Each puzzle includes a cluster of triangles with a different color in each corner, challenging players to solve by puzzle by flipping or rotating the triangles to form a pattern where all corresponding colors are connected.

by MacNN Staff





  1. Hobeaux

    Joined: Dec 1969


    sounds great

    how do i get it?

    granted, i'm unusually dense, but i've poked around the site on my Mac as well as my iPhone and havent' encountered any actual game to play. lots of pages on games they've made, but nothing to play.

    anyone have a link to the game itself? anywhere to buy it?

  1. dkitsmiller

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Anyone have a URL?

    I too have searched for actual playable content from this company. The website is ridiculous... descriptions of tons of games, but absolutely no information on how to order, download or play any of them. What is the point?

  1. BDLatimer

    Joined: Dec 1969



    Agreed with the others: There is no link to this actual game anywhere I can find on the site.

    It looks like most of their games are pay-for downloads - which we already know won't work (at least not easily) for the iPhone.

    If it's really true that "Ojom today released...", they are doing a lousy job of actually releasing it to users. Else, MacNN needs to update their article to clarify...

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969



    The article mentions Jamster ( and Jamba ( If you browse to those sites on the iPhone you can find the game easily.

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