About This App

Sep 17,2012
Windows Phone 8.1,Windows Phone 8,Windows Phone 7.5
19 MB

Murder in the Bauhaus

by Synergy-IT



Bauhaus, was a school in Germany that combined crafts and fine arts. It became famous for the approach to minimalism and function in design.

This school influenced many iconic people around the world. The most known of course is Steve Jobs and Jonathan Ive. Thx to the trend that emerged from Germany. We can enjoy such products like the iPhone, iPad, MacBooks, etc.

Of course the Bauhaus school influenced our own team here at Synergy-IT, and that is why we created the game "Murder in the Bauhaus" - to represent a ideology with a game.

Key features:
✔ Conveys an idea
✔ Minimalistic icon app

Useful links:
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✖ Company Twitter: @SynergyITapps

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Ps. if you are a fan of Unity 3D, you will be happy to know that this game was made with this amazing tool.

Murder in the Bauhaus Screenshots

Total downloads:
English (United States)
App Requires:
photo, music, and video libraries,data services,HD720P (720x1280),WVGA (480x800),WXGA (768x1280)

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