Staged in a classical puzzle style Link Attack, for Xbox 360 Live Indie Games, infuses an original puzzle concept with impactful imagery influenced by former Soviet Union communist propaganda. Original music alongside Xbox Avatar support complements the action orientated multi mode gameplay.
Harrogate, England– 28/10/2009 Indie games developer, Suspect Software, announces an Xbox Live Indie Game on sale now on Microsoft Xbox Live Indie Games for 80 Microsoft points (that's about 50p or $1)
In a world of corporate match 3 puzzlers and "pop value" casual titles Comes an edgy and distinct action puzzler with a unique visual style very almost guaranteed to keep your hands and head busy.
Staged in a classical puzzle style, link attack infuses an original puzzle concept with impactful imagery influenced by former Soviet Union communist propaganda. Original audio arranged and recorded in-house provides an invigorating background to the constant action. As a puzzle game, Link Attack contains 6 different game modes that task the player with unique and individual challenges. This constant excitement is further elaborated through interaction with the players Xbox avatar which is present and very much active throughout gameplay. A competitive two player mode finishes off the roster with a fast paced andinvigorating mode and full high score tables round off the competitive spirit of the game.
Xbox.Com Link Attack Game Page: http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-GB/games/offers/00000001-0000-4000-8000-000058550353?partner=RSS
Official Launch trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wweEMUAv-qE
About Suspect Software
Suspect Software is an independent studioette based on a flimsy set of ideas and half baked morals. With No political or religious agenda to speak of, Suspect Software strives to warp the mould without breaking it. As the only member of Suspect Software the owner and founder Andrew Wilson values integrity and quality while denouncing perfectionism in an artistic and potentially contradictory statement. We also make games.
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Phone: 07773 871046