PHOENIX, AZ - December 7, 2009
2XL Games, on the heels of back-to-back smash hits with 2XL Supercross and 2XL ATV Offroad, have announced the release of their newest entry on the iTunes App Store, 2XL Fleet Defense. 2XL Games has built a reputation for quality and polish; 2XL Fleet Defense continues the developer’s commitment to excellence at the low price of $1.99. 2XL Fleet Defense is a 2D airplane blast-em’-up with deceptive depth and the pick-up-and-play appeal that mobile gamers crave.
2XL Fleet Defense starts off with your F-35 jet taking off from an aircraft carrier’s deck in the middle of the ocean. The first wave of enemy planes and ships are easy to tackle- just tap them to lock on and fire. As players progress through the game they must devise a strategy to blast the opposing forces before they destroy the carrier. Gamers must balance repairing the ship with shooting down enemies, all while using the fully-interactive radar view to spot the incoming forces. With one touch of the panic button, the carrier will unleash the ultimate screen-clearing weapon, the Phalanx. But be warned– it takes a while to reload and must be used wisely.
2XL Fleet Defense features:
- <*>Quick arcade action– pilot your jet and take down swarms of enemies*> <*>Strategy– use the interactive radar view to stay one step ahead of the enemy*> <*>Five profiles to save user preferences and high scores*> <*>Fun statistics like total score, overall time played and enemy kill count*> <*>Global leaderboards– how do you rank against the world’s top fighter pilots?*> <*>Integrated achievements track your progress from newbie to fleet admiral*> <*>Set your own soundtrack with songs from your music library*>
2XL Fleet Defense is out now for iPhone and iPod Touch on the iTunes App Store for $1.99.
For more information on 2XL Fleet Defense, please visit www.2xlgames.com/fleetdefense.
About 2XL Games
Founded in 2005 by Rick Baltman and Robb Rinard, 2XL Games, Inc. develops innovative titles for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC and mobile game platforms.
Joe Ziemer, TriplePoint