New York, NY - November 22, 2011
Indie developer Broken Compass Studios today announced their upcoming mobile game Catball Eats It All, a high-speed platformer with incredible hand-drawn artwork. In Catball Eats It All, players guide the round feline through a psychedelic world of graffiti, eating and growing to epic proportions. To avoid your arch nemesis Dogwall, you’ll gobble up the entire world! Catball Eats It All is coming to iOS devices December 1st.
Catball rolls across eccentric landscapes (like a wrinkly pug or toothy t-rex), eating treats to grow bigger, and growing bigger to eat even more. Catball must grow quickly to ward off the evil advances of Dogwall and eventually eat it all. The game uses an intuitive two-touch control scheme to zip, float and fly around the worlds. Catball and his trippy surroundings pop off the screen, each hand drawn by Philadelphia graffiti artist NoseGo.
Catball Eats It All features:
• Hand painted art by graffiti artist NoseGo – gameplay built around beautiful street murals.
• Start small and get big! Eat little treats and work your way up to devouring entire worlds.
• Unique, two-touch controls are immediately accessible – roll and fly around levels at lightning speed.
• Deceptively simple gameplay and high-score replayability makes Catball accessible to all types of players.
• Compete with friends over a global leaderboard, with Facebook & Gamecenter support.
• Cute character skins include fierce Tigerball and black and white Pencilball.
• DLC offers new courses in the weeks to come.
For more information, visit:
• tumblr: CatballEatsItAll.tumblr.com
• Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/CatballEatsAll
Catball Eats It All will be available as a free download, December 1st for iOS devices.
About Broken Compass Studios
Broken Compass Studios is a group of people with many different talents in visual art, digital art, music, game design, and game development, who all share a passion for making beautiful, unique, and life-destroyingly awesome games.
Rich Jones, TriplePoint for Broken Compass Studios