Liger Games announce Robot Fish for iOS

Liger, an as yet unproven micro indie development team, plan to take the app store by storm with original and intuitive gameplay concepts, providing an alternative to unimaginative generic clones.

They debut with Robot Fish, a path drawing game unlike any other—a lightning fast game (the fastest game EVER on the app store?) where shaving milliseconds from hi-scores quickly becomes an addiction. Puzzle elements combine with intuitive gesture-based gameplay, as players guide Nashwan the Robot Fish to find the fastest route around mazes, energy fields and evil mines. Fruit pickups enable ingenious shortcuts with powerups such as the plasma energy weapon and the mirrored fish clone wingman.

The game boasts dozens of stage attack courses, beginning in the ocean then launching into space for advanced courses. It also features an unlockable survival mode, and full OpenFeint support with achievements and hi-scores. Original music is provided by techno legend Tim Wright (aka Germ, aka Tube Jerk: http://www.tubejerk.com).

Robot Fish is released on Friday 2nd March 2012, at an introductory price of $0.99 (or equivalent worldwide) exclusively through the iOS app store.

Email liger@ligerligerliger.com for more information or promo code review copies.

Device Requirements:

  • iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
  • Requires iOS 3.2 or later
  • 23.4 MB

Trailer: http://youtube.com/watch?v=JUMw_5cAN30&feature=youtu.be

Blog: http://ligerligerliger.com

App Store link (available from 2nd March): http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/robot-fish/id492531500?ls=1&mt=8

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