TAMPERE, Finland, April 19th, 2012 – Prank Ltd, an independent game developer and publisher, has announced the free availability of its critically acclaimed iOS game Ant Raid at Apple's App Store. The campaign starts this Friday - April 20th 2012 - and lasts for one week, until the end of Thursday April 26th. The price removal covers both versions, the original Ant Raid that was released for iPad on July 2011 for $2.99, and Ant Raid for iPhone released on January 2012 for $0.99.
Ever since its release date, Ant Raid has enjoyed a wild success among reviewers. With 90 out of 100 review score average, the game is listed as the all-time 2nd highest scoring iOS strategy game in Metacritic, where it was also recognized as the 8th best iPad game of 2011. The more recently published iPhone version has also enjoyed the spotlight, as it was listed as #1 game of Q1 2012 in iPhone Quality Index, with a review score average of 9.5 out of 10.
Ant Raid is a lightweight RTS-type-of game playing around a cheerful horror theme. Players help a vibrant colony of ants survive swarms of fellow insects, mutated into mindless monsters by the toxic fumes of insecticide. Ant Raid contains 100 playable levels, 4 endless modes, 300 collectible stars, 24 enemy types, Game Center support for 47 Achievements and 5 world-wide Leaderboards and a complete localization support for 8 languages.
The game can now be downloaded for iPad, iPad 2 and iPad 3, iPhone 3GS, 4 and 4S and for iPod touch devices of 3rd (except 8GB model) and 4th generation (all models) for free for a limited time, between April 20th and 26th 2012. Direct App Store links for all versions are listed at get.antraid.com.
Further information about Ant Raid along with trailers and screenshots can be found from the game's official website at www.antraid.com.
About Prank Ltd:
The five members of the company share years of experience in the industry, and have a long track-record of games developed for world-famous brands and globally leading publishers. Currently Prank focuses on small and middle-sized digitally distributed games with high production values.