Newsletter 1 8th December 2016

KarmeleonStudio Newsletter 1

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Newsletter 7th December 2016

Welcome to KarmeleonStudio’s first Newsletter. We hope you find it interesting!


Thank you for downloading 4Sight, and helping to make our recent promotion a success. To date we have received nearly 4000 downloads.

And our thanks to all of you who have left comments on our website, or given your feedback. As a result, version 2.0.7 is now available in the Apple App Store and incorporates two of your suggestions:

  • Hints will deduct fewer points, 1,2,3,4,5 instead of the current 5,10,15,20,25

  • The first letter of the answer will persist in the anagram


Future Developments

  • We are working hard on a Christmas edition, which should be available on December 15th.

  • We also are working on enabling 4Sight players to be able to post their scores online.


If you can think of your own clues and answers and would like them included in a future edition, send them to If we use them, we will credit you on our website, and we will send you a promotion code which you can give to friend or family so they can download 4SightPro for free.

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Is a new application which is free to download, and enables enthusiastic cooks to organize their recipes and menus. It is available for PCs running Microsoft Windows.

For further in formation < click here >.

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KarmeleonStudio offers a creative outlook for writers. We present our first submission: a highly original short story on a contemporary theme. If you wish to read it, < click here > - but you are warned that it contains some strong language, and is not suitable for children.

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You are given 8 balls, 7 of equal weight, one slightly heavier. Using a balance scale just twice, how can you determine which is the heavier weight?

Spread the Word

If you know of someone who might be interested in any of the above, please forward this newsletter.


As always, KarmeleonStudio welcomes your feedback and comments on any of the above.


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