Frankfurt, Germany / Bangkok, Thailand, March 16th 2009– Novaleaf Game Studios today announces the worldwide debut of“Biology Battle” on XBLCG. After 11 months development time and a total budget of more than 100.000$ the studio created one of the most expensive productions for this platform.“Biology Battle” is a dual stick shooter set in a 3D "inner space". Lead by spectacular gameplay and an excellent balancing,“Biology Battle” appeals to the entire spectrum of player types.
In“Biology Battle” the player controls a medical nano-bot during a mission in a hostile cell. Supported with lots of power-ups and special weapons the player has to eliminate every biological intrusion within the cell.“Biology Battle” has great pick-up-and-play features, and is very accessible for beginners. The beginning ramps up in difficulty based on the players skill, and the advanced stages challenge even the experts.
“Making a game for gamers is only possible by keeping close contact to the community during the whole process. They helped us design a game based on their requirements and contributed critical elements, making this game the success it is. The feedback we received from our concept and all through the developing process was extremely positive and consolidated our decision to bring this game to the market.” says Tidarat Thanapakpawin, Executive Producer at Novaleaf Game Studios.
More information about“Biology Battle” is available on the official product web site: http://games.novaleaf.com/biology-battle
About Novaleaf Game Studios:
Novaleaf Game Studios is based in Bangkok in the beautiful Kingdom of Thailand. It was founded in September 2007 by Jason Swearingen, a Microsoft alumnus, in search of a new life building fantastic games. Novaleaf produces low cost, high quality software products and services for export to every country in the world. The company builds games of medium complexity and focuses on the XBOX360 and PC markets. It is also a member of the Thai Game Association, and founder of the Bangkok chapter of the International Game Developers Association (IGDA).