A Space Shooter for Two Bucks Launching onto Kindle Fire

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2D, 2D Shooter, App, App Store, Arcade, Mobile, Mobile gaming, Wireless, android, shooter, tablets

QUEBEC CITY, Canada - February 9, 2012

Commander P. Jefferson hates aliens. Just hates everything about ‘em. So, when Frima Studio offered the daring hero the chance to bring his game, A Space Shooter for Two Bucks, to Kindle Fire tablets, he replied: “Aliens on Fire? Done. Make it happen.” The Commander’s critically acclaimed exploits, originally released as a PSN title and subsequently warped onto iOS, Android, and Chrome, are now available to users of Amazon’s next-gen tablet. To download the game click here.

With high-resolution, polished graphics, fast-paced action and comical banter, A Space Shooter for Two Bucks is an addictive, modern take on a classic genre. Kindle users will have the honor of piloting the USS Eradicator to total galactic domination, wiping out aliens with a huge array of ship upgrades and special weapons. A Space Shooter intends to make its way to every platform on the planet, and is proud to have conquered the Kindle Fire in another step towards complete galactic domination.

A Space Shooter for Two Bucks players can expect:

• Battling hundreds of enemies across two galaxies

• Fast-paced, retro gaming action with incredible detail

• Destroying bosses to collect their sweet secret weapons and upgrades

• Two Ways to Play: A campaign-based Story mode and a skill-testing Survival mode

• More than 40 upgrades and power-ups

• Not having to worry about in-app purchases; the Commander blasted them to pieces

Get more information and view screenshots at www.aspaceshooter.com

Download the game now: http://www.amazon.com/gp/mas/dl/android?p=com.frimastudio.kindle.SpaceShooter

About Frima Studio

Frima is a prominent game developer based in Quebec City, Canada. Since 2003, the company has been developing countless world-class products for the Web, Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 system, PlayStation Portable, DS, Facebook, iPhone, iPad, TV and mobile markets. Their services also include the animation and special effects expertise of Frima FX as well as the concept art development of Volta. Frima's clients include world-renowned names such as Electronic Arts, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Warner Brothers and Nickelodeon. With more than 350 artists and programmers to develop our products, Frima produces high-caliber games that are as remarkably outstanding artistically as they are technically. For more information, please visit www.frimastudio.com.

Zach Fuller, TriplePoint for Frima Studio

zfuller@triplepointpr.com

 


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