TORONTO, Canada - January 11, 2010
Little Guy Games, an independent Toronto-based game studio, has released Battle Blasters for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Battle Blasters is an original, arcade style, 1-on-1 fighting game where the guns are big and the battles are fierce.
It’s the year 3042 and the ultimate form of entertainment is the Battle Blasters tournament which pits the world’s best fighters against each other in gun-blasting death matches. Take control of a roster of futuristic combatants trained in the art of armed conflict. To succeed you will need to determine your opponent’s fighting style, avoid their attacks and unleash your own devastating specials and combos.
Built with original artwork, unique character designs, and live recorded audio, Battle Blasters includes several gameplay modes and features:
• Campaign Mode - Battle your way through fearsome opponents across three difficulty levels. Unlock Supreme difficulty to compete against the elite Battle Blasters fighters.
• Multiplayer– Engage your friends in intense 1-on-1 battles on the same device
• Quickplay– Hone your skills against any fighter in the Battle Blaster tournament
• Facebook Leaderboards - Post your high scores to Facebook Leaderboards to compete against your friends and other Battle Blasters fighters across the world!
Battle Blasters is an intense shooting/fighting experience for your iPhone or iPod Touch. It features six characters, each with their own unique fighting style, abilities, and special weapons. Whether human, robot, alien, or something in between, in Battle Blasters the only language is gunshots and the only currency is plasma and lasers.
Available now in the iTunes App Store for $2.99.
For more information and to download images, videos and wallpapers, visit: http://littleguygames.com/battleblasters
About Little Guy Games
Established in 2009, Little Guy Games is a new indie game development studio based in downtown Toronto. Little Guy Games was created with the mission of producing and publishing independent games forthe iPhone and other platforms.
Founded by two industry veterans, LGG aims to produce fun, original games.
Sam Dalsimer, TriplePoint for Little Guy Games
Tom Frencel, Little Guy Games