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App, App Store, Apple, Cell phones, Critical Thought Games, Mobile gaming, Tower Defense, adventure games, geoDefense Swarm, geodefense, iOS, iPhone, iPhone App, iPhone Games, ipod touch
ST. LOUIS - September 8, 2011
Attention budding Dungeon Masters! Do you experience joy at the demise of Heroes in your campaigns? The dungeons of Tiny Heroes need your brand of masterful skills. From the mastermind behind the hit iOS games geoDefense and geoDefense Swarm comes Tiny Heroes for iPhone® and iPod touch®, in which you’ll defend your treasure troves from pesky hordes of Heroes intent on stealing
Enjoy a healthy variety of weapons of mass medieval destruction at your disposal as you progress through the game, including torturous crossbows, pain-wielding orcs, floor pikes, wall spikes and much, much more. Strategically place these tricky traps throughout your lair to put an end to the Heroes’ little … adventure.
“I wanted to take the razor-sharp game experiences of geoDefense and geoDefense Swarm and turn them into a defense game that everyone will love,” said David Whatley, CEO of Simutronics and evil mastermind behind Tiny Heroes. “We’ve deviously designed Tiny Heroes to provide just enough fun for casual players and loads of advanced levels for aspiring dungeon masters seeking a real challenge.”
Think you’re good enough? Advance your dungeoneering skills to access a myriad of features in Tiny Heroes:
• Conquer over 50 unique levels!
• Defend the Dungeon with over 30 Defense Mechanisms!
• Build towers, set traps, summon minions and conjure spells!
• Unlock Challenge Levels to test your skills!
• Impress with achievements and leaderboard scores!
• Game Center and OpenFeint integration!
• New Campaigns, Challenge Levels and Defenses coming soon!
For more information about Tiny Heroes, visit the App Store, or traverse the digital dungeon’s official website.
Founded in 1987, Simutronics Corp has built a reputation for inspired design, incredible game experiences, first rate customer service and dedicated gaming communities. Located in St. Louis, MO, the privately held company has entertained millions of players for over two decades, and is committed to creating outstanding game experiences for a global audience.
Stephanie Palermo, TriplePoint, for Simutronics