Cupertino, Calif.– December 1, 2010– Com2uS announced that they are holding a vote to select the best icon for its soon-to-be-released rhythm action game, 'Touch the Beat'.
Last week, Com2uS held an icon design competition with Crowd sourced designers and fans to gather icons that may best represent their upcoming rhythm action game.
“'Touch the Beat' is a very user centric game with lots of elements that gamers can utilize to generate and share their own contents within the music playground provided by the game” said MK the producer for TTB.
Simply said, gamers will be able to create their own taps using the intuitive tools given in the game and music from their own iTunes playlists. And, those completed taps can be shared with friends for them to play.
Touch the Beat production team has selected 5 icons from the 108 entries and is holding a poll to select the final winner of this competition.
As Abraham Lincoln would have put it, the game is designed“For the gamers, by the gamers, and of the gamers,” just like how it should be.
Click on the link to participate in the voting: Pick the best icon
It is advised that all voters watch a youtube video of the game play before voting: Watch video
Touch the Beat is aiming for a January release.
Com2uS Corporation is the No. 1 mobile game developer and publisher in Korea, which has developed mobile games since 1999. The company develops games for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Android smartphones and mobile phones with innovative and creative design under original IP. Com2us Corp. has multiple million seller mobile games including HOMERUN BATTLE 3D ® SLICE IT! ® , Chronicles of Inotia®. As the pioneer in the mobile game market worldwide, Com2us Corp. has extended its brand and games to online PC game developing MMO(Massively Multi Online) golf simulation game known as Golfstar® in Korea and planning to expand its service in Europe and North America in 2011. Com2us Corp. is listed on the KOSDAQ (078340) since 2007. For more information: global.com2us.com and follow us on Twitter @com2uS