‘Snow Bros’, the classic arcade game, a big hit after being released in global app markets!!

-       The classic game Snow Bros has been released in a smart phone version on 5 th April and has been ranked no. 1 in action games category in Spain, Mexico, and Argentina for the first 2 weeks of April, as well as being very popular in other regions.

ISAC Entertainment has announced that it began servicing on 5 th April on the Apple AppStore and the Android Market (Google player) the classic arcade game Snow Bros, for which they had acquired the license and remade for smartphones.

Just 1 day after its release Snow Bros ranked top 3 in all paid apps in Korea, and was no. 1 in action games in European and Latin American countries such as Spain, Mexico, and Argentina, not to mention its global popularity..

Snow Bros was originally released in 1990 and was hugely popular. The player would make snow balls out of enemies and rescue the kidnapped princess. The game was popular throughout all demographics for its simple game play.

The trick is to use snowballs in various ways to defeat the monsters and clear the stages. The remake is very faithful to the original graphics, and has added on more sophisticated designs and colors to bring back the memories of the old gamers, as well as immersing the currently players into the game.

Snow Bros has achieved 20,000 downloads in just 4 days after its release. Currently the app is on sale, down to $0.99 from $4.99, to celebrate its launch and surpassing 20,000 downloads. Snow Bros can be downloaded from the Apple AppStore as well as the Google Play Market.



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