August, 8 th 2013
Krakow, POLAND – The next installment of the Heavy Fire series on Nintendo 3DS TM is making its debut very soon in the Nintendo eShop. The games developer, Teyon today announced the release of Heavy Fire: Black Arms 3D next Thursday, August 15 in the Americas and Europe for $4.99/€4.99 respectively.
The stage is set in the deep overgrown jungles of South America, where players take on the role of Will, one of the highly experienced US marines sent to fight against the largest international arms trafficking cartel known as Fuerza de Voluntad. Feeling the heat of the frontlines, this first person shooter allows players to upgrade their weapons and advance military ranks as well as experience the rush of having to reload their weapons before another spring attack. Each consecutive mission intensifies in action as player’s aim to vanquish the entire cartel in the most thrilling 3D military shooter!
· Complete missions through dense South American jungles with destructible objects and environments
· Tackle missions with different vehicles including helicopters, tanks and on foot
· Ability to advance in military ranks for access to faster and more powerful weaponry
· Hardcore first-person shooter with special 3D effects for a surreal experience!
See the intense action for yourself in the official trailer on YouTube ( http://youtu.be/D5kGUWoeJgk).
For updates and information about Heavy Fire: Black Arms 3D visit http://www.teyon.com/games/heavy-fire-black-arms-3d/ .
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Teyon is a developer and digital publisher of video games for major platforms. Established in 2006 in Krakow, Poland, it has since expanded creating offices in Lodz, Poland and Tokyo, Japan, employing over 70 gaming enthusiasts. Using proprietary cross-platform technology, Teyon has been able to successfully release over 100 self-developed titles as well localize many more. For more information, visit www.teyon.com .
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