30th Anniversary Edition of Beagle Bros I.O. Silver Now On iTunes Store

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Randy Brandt announced the availability of the 30th Anniversary Edition of the Beagle Bros Game I.O. Silver.  According to his posting,

“Looks like we made it! The 30th anniversary Edition of Beagle Bros’ I. O. Silver is now available for free download (with in-app purchases) from the Apple store. It’s been a labor of love for the past few years. Please support us by downloading it and giving it a try for free!”

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I.O. Silver was originally released by Beagle Bros in December 1984 and was a favorite hi-resolution strategy game which according to the original game,  put the user in the position of trying to help the “world famous” Dr. I.O. Silver build his fifth generation “Super Computer”.  The user pushes the individual circuit chips together to build the computer.

Now, drawing on the advancement of graphics, platforms and all the other computing abilities of today, Beagle Bros has risen once again to provide not only a new, fun to play I.O. Silver, but also a far more advanced version of the game.

The game is available for free download I.O. Silver from the Apple iTunes Store at:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/i.-o.-silver/id597967125?mt=8

For more information about this incarnation of the game, check out the I.O. Silver website at:

http://www.iosilver.net

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