One-of-a-Kind Scrolling Breakout Homage "Ambi-ON" Announced by Winning Blimp


TEMPLE TERRACE, FL - August 28, 2012 - Winning Blimp is proud to announce the imminent release of its debut title "Ambi-ON", currently the only mobile app that brings together the classic game mechanics of Breakout and Pong in a vertically scrolling environment. Targeting fans of retro gaming and gritty futuristic aesthetics, Ambi-ON features endless algorithmically generated stages, intuitive pick-up-and-play controls and a range of purchasable power-ups, upgrades and levels.

"It's been great fun putting Ambi-ON together, and we're confident it's going to really hit the spot for both fans of retro game mechanics, and people who enjoy epic sci-fi game settings", Winning Blimp's Executive Producer Bear Trickey comments. "Just wait till you hear the music. We are trying to raise the bar for mobile gaming music, and oh man, Ambi-ON is gonna hit hard. Bring your headphones!" says Trickey.

Ambi-ON will be available for free download from the Apple App Store in mid-September. Various purchasable upgrades will be offered, and future releases for Android, Playbook, Playstation Mobile, as well as localizations in Japanese and Chinese are planned.

Further information and a preview video is available on Winning Blimp's website:

Ambi-ON Press-Kit:


About Winning Blimp

Winning Blimp was founded in 2012 by Bear Trickey, a former game designer for Q-Games with credits including Star Fox 64 3D, X-Scape, Starship Defense, Trajectile, and Pixeljunk™ Monsters Deluxe, and multi-discipline graphic artist and musician Alex May. Winning Blimp creates cleverly crafted games that are graphically rich, visceral, musically epic and artistically consistent.





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