GUTS, the iPhone and iPod Touch game developed by Tag Games on behalf of Slabovia, the last communist state in Europe, has been picked out by the App Store as a‘new and notable’ on the UK store’s front page. To celebrate, GUTS is now priced at 59 UK pence, or 99 US cents. Having launched on November 10th 2009, the game currently enjoys a 4.5 star rating and a range of positive comments.
Taking the form of 11 levels, each taking place in a different part of the General’s body, GUTS re-tells the spectacular success of two Slabovian citizens shrunk to microscopic size in order to combat the General’s wide range of ailments from within– largely owing to unhealthy living and extreme old age. Players take the role of Kierky and Neitzche as they fantastically voyage through organs and blood vessels to save Slabovia’s glorious leader. Designed and created in cooperation with Tag Games, GUTS also features a rousing 8-bit soundtrack from reknowned producer and DJ Si Begg (in conjunction with Slabovia’s very own 8-bit Orchestra).
GUTS is available from the App Store now, priced at 59 pence or 99 cents.
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About Tag Games:
Tag Games is an independent game developer and publisher based in Dundee, Scotland. Tag has quickly established itself as a leader in the creation of games for mobile and digital download platforms having earned critical acclaim and commercial success with a number of titles including recent top 10 iPhone hit Car Jack Streets. The studio has extensive experience of game development for the most important mobile platforms including iPhone, Android, PSPgo, DSi, Blackberry, J2ME and BREW.
Tag’s reputation for flexibility, innovation and delivery is second to none, successfully balancing the creation of original IP alongside development of licensed and commission titles. Tag Games clients and partners include Virgin Atlantic, Connect2Media, I-play, Endemol, Big Fish Games, GlobalFun, Tern TV and Sandlot Games.
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