The Moron Test Adds Cross-Platform Support with OpenFeint Integration

Popular “game” The Moron Test has just picked up a handful of great new features, thanks to their integration of OpenFeint.  The Android game now features the same great options that helped make it a success for the iOS version.  Players now have the luxury of chat rooms, friends, achievements, and worldwide leaderboards.  DisctintDev was among the companies listed in yesterday’s OpenFeint announcement.  

For us, integration on both iOS and Android is the killer feature that makes OpenFeint the default choice over Game Center,” says Berkeley Malagon, President and CEO of DistinctDev. “While we applaud Apple’s efforts to create their social platform, Game Center is inherently tied to iOS, and we don’t expect that to change any time soon.”

Since hitting the Android Market about two months back, The Moron Test Lite has seen over 700,000 downloads.  The full version has shot to number nine on the paid games list with over 65,000 downloads.  You can grab The Moron Test for the low cost of 99¢ by clicking here!

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