Game Developers' Darkest Secrets Revealed This Friday!


Any question is fair game this Friday at 10 AM CST when Steve Caywood (Lead Designer) and Josh VanVeld (Producer) from High Voltage Software will be participating on in a "Ask Me Anything" session. They'll be the company’s first team members to participate in the Reddit question and answer series.

"Participants can ask us anything pertaining to our new game, Zoombies: Animales de la Muerte!, or about anything else, I suppose. It's certain to be magical," said Steve Caywood.

Ask Me Anything (AMA) is an online exchange of questions and answers between community and all manner of interesting folks. The Reddit community responds with the type of honest, earnest, and thought-provoking questions that would rarely show up in your typical media interview. Those wanting to participate in the AMA session need simply to create a Reddit account and submit their questions. Other notable Reddit AMA participants include President Obama, Bill Gates, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Anthony Bourdain, Snoop Lion, and Tony Hawk.

Zoombies: Animales de la Muerte! is available now worldwide for $2.99 (or equivalent amount in other currencies) through the iTunes App Store in the Games category.

About High Voltage Software

Based in the vibrant Chicago suburb of Hoffman Estates, High Voltage Software employs 75 of the game industry's most talented individuals, and has been the leading independent game development studio in the Midwest for over 20 years. Zoombies is the studio's third original mobile title, following hot on the heels of Apple Editor's Choice winner Le Vamp, and adding to a library of 80 titles in countless genres and on every game platform.



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