This Release's Tags
2D Shooter, App, Cell phones, Mobile, Mobile phones, android, shooter, smartphones
QUEBEC CITY, Canada - September 13, 2011
Having conquered PSN, iPhone, and iPad, A Space Shooter for Free is now embarking to uncharted territory as an app on the Android Market, Frima Studio announced today. The critically acclaimed game, originally the PSN title A Space Shooter for Two Bucks, will be available to Android users for free. For the first time, Android users can lead salty Commander Jefferson through hordes of enemies to keep the galaxy safe from the alien threat in this fun, fast-paced shoot em’ up. Pilot the USS Eradicator to victory, collect loot, upgrade your ship and blow up even more alien scum!
Combining retro-style, shoot em’ up game play, high-resolution graphics, and intuitive touch screen controls, A Space Shooter for Free provides hours of alien-blasting entertainment. For those craving even more intense boss fights and devastating ship upgrades, a 99 cent upgrade to the Big ASS version is available, in-app to unlock more weapons, power-ups, and bosses.
A Space Shooter for Free players can expect:
? Battling hundreds of enemies across two galaxies
? Fast-paced, retro gaming action with incredible detail
? Destroying bosses to collect their sweet secret weapons and upgrades
? Two Ways to Play: A campaign-based Story mode and a skill-testing Survival mode
? More than 40 upgrades and power-ups
? A Big ASS version, unlocking even more weapons and power-ups for 99 cents
Get more information and view screenshots at http://www.aspaceshooter.com
Click here to download A Space Shooter for Free for Android now: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.frimastudio.android.SpaceShooter&feature=search_result
About Frima Studio
Frima is a prominent game developer based in Quebec City, Canada. Since 2003, the company has been developing countless world-class products for the Web, Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 system, PlayStation Portable, DS, Facebook, iPhone, iPad, TV and mobile markets. Their services also include the animation and special effects expertise of Frima FX as well as the concept art development of Volta Creations. Frima's clients include world-renowned names such as Electronic Arts, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Warner Brothers and Nickelodeon. With more than 330 artists and programmers to develop our products, Frima produces high-caliber games that are as remarkably outstanding artistically as they are technically. For more information, please visit www.frimastudio.com.
Sam Dalsimer, TriplePoint for Frima Studio