The Drill Features  Enemies To Expect for February 2011 Release in New Trailer 

Spotcat Studio released today a follow-up trailer for its upcoming Free Tilt-Based Object-Crushing iPhone Game The Drill. The new trailer called "Enemies Trailer" will feature some of the enemy drillables in the upcoming game, which is expected for release this February 2011. 

The Drill took advantage of the iPhone's tilt and touch gameplay. Make your character drill everything in its path to drill his way to awesomeness. The enemies would vary as the character goes through the 5 different levels. The enemies would include dragons, zombies, unicorns, birds, and a lot more!  The character wants to drill them all to be awesome! Help him drill them all!

 Features:

*A full game for FREE!

*Simple, engaging and easy-to-pick-up gameplay!

*Contains story mode and endless mode!

*20+ enemy drillables with a few surprises!

*5 challenging levels!

*Beat the challenge! Master the POWER!

The game supports 2nd Gen, 3rd Gen, and 4th Gen iOS Devices (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad). "The Drill Plus" is also available for $0.99 to those who want more. Plus version includes Gamecenter, Additional Storyline, Updates, Bonuses, and a lot of other surprises! 

THE DRILL was developed and created by Spotcat Studio, Spotcat Software Development– an indie game development team who believes that games are for fun, that both developers and gamers alike should have fun in developing and playing games. Spotcat Studio is a team of veteran game developers with a combined 10+ years of experience which includes 2-3 years iPhone development experience.  You may reach them at: pau@spotcatstudio.com or you can visit their website at http://www.spotcatstudio.com Copyright© 2010 Spotcat Studio, Spotcat Software Development. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.  


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