Combat Genetically Modified Organisms With Biological Fruits & Vegetables In ‘GMO Busters’ On iOS

Turkish-based independent developer, Swift Development, has just released to the App Store their newest game, ‘GMO Busters’, and is kicking off the release with a special promotion in collaboration with popular games- and app-portal, Daily App Dream (, making the game available for FREE, for a limited period of time.

‘GMO Busters’ is a physics-based puzzle game where the objective is to save Mother Earth by combatting Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs – the bad guys) with Biological Fruits & Vegetables (BIOs – the good guys). ‘GMO Busters’ is inspired by similar physics-based puzzle games such as Worms™ and Angry Birds™, but take the genre in a different direction: For example, ‘GMO Busters’ features a joint system, motors, water buoyancy, and includes a hilarious rope-cutting ability in which you throw ninja stars to cut ropes creating an avalanche of downfall of whatever was held up by the ropes stabilizing the platform. Other weapons at your disposal to fight the evil GMOs include tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, oranges, corn, and every weapon has its own unique ability you will have to discover on your own. With a total of more than 150 levels, ‘GMO Busters’ has plenty to offer! The game also has built-in support for 8 languages (Turkish, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Japanese), and is available for the Apple iPhone®, Apple iPod touch®, and an HD version for the Apple iPad®.

‘GMO Busters’ is available on the App Store from here:

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Journalists interested in a promo code should contact Indie Developer Consulting by sending an email to, and members of the press are encouraged to visit the developers website found at, and to follow their Twitter feed at:!/GMO_Busters  

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