Calgary, AB, June 23 th, 2011– Bulletproof Outlaws, an indie start-up studio documenting the process of developing a videogame from scratch, has teamed up with Ravenous Games, developers of the wildly popular iOS version of League of Evil, to release Elusive Ninja: The Shadowy Thief for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Elusive Ninja has full-screen visuals, tight controls, catchy music, and comes packed with a ton of behind-the-scenes information about the game's development, starting up a game studio, a Post-Mortem analysis, the original Game Design Document with commentary, and more.
“We're proud to release our first game, and eager to get started on the next,” says Bulletproof Outlaws founder Jeff Hangartner,“It's been a long journey, and we've learned a lot about everything from streamlining the game development process to handling the business and financial side of starting a studio up. We've documented every step of the journey and there's over 100 pages of game development information for other developers and gamers curious about what goes into making and releasing a videogame.”
About Bulletproof Outlaws
Based in Calgary, Alberta, Bulletproof Outlaws was formed by Jeff Hangartner, formerly known in pixel art communities as Tsugumo, the creator of the first set of pixel art tutorials on the Internet,“So You Want To Be a Pixel Artist?”, and the creator of Pixelation, the first pixel art forum. He spent five years in the game industry professionally developing games on everything from mobile phones to the Nintendo Wii.
About Ravenous Games
Ravenous Games is an independent game studio focusing on iOS gaming. They specialize in porting Flash titles over to mobile devices. Ravenous Games is responsible for helping define a new baseline for touch screen controls with their hit game League of Evil.
If you'd like more information about Elusive Ninja, Bulletproof Outlaws, or to schedule an interview with Jeff Hangartner, or if you have a review site and would like Promo Codes for Elusive Ninja, please E-Mail Jeff at email@example.com