Thumbstar’s Space Off blasting onto Android Soon

Liverpool, UK – 3 rd September 2012 - Mobile games publisher, Thumbstar Games, is excited to reveal details on the upcoming launch of multiplayer shooter Space Off .

Allowing two players to take each other on using a single device, Space Off is a retro gaming fan’s dream, mixing classic games Pong, Breakout and Asteroids, with a striking space-age setting.

Game play is simple but frantic: A simple swipe of the finger is all it takes to get started, but the game play speed can increase dramatically! Can you destroy your opponent’s base before the asteroids collide with yours?

   

Space Off marks Thumbstar’s fifth release since its publishing arm launched earlier this year.  Headed up by industry veterans Martin and Gareth Edmondson, Thumbstar’s line up of games looks set to snowball, with more high quality titles in the pipeline.

ANDROID BUILDS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST FOR REVIEW

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About Thumbstar Games

Thumbstar is a mobile games service provider representing more than 150 developers and providing in excess of 3500 titles through 200 channels globally, including the UK and Europe, S.E. Asia, the Americas, the Middle East and Australasia. Thumbstar originally started out in 2008 as an aggregator / publisher of mobile games for J2Me, Windows Mobile, RIM BlackBerry and Symbian. Since then Thumbstar has also moved into mobile games publishing for iOS and Android and expanded its business offering to become a digital developer, distributor and publisher of mobile entertainment lifestyle applications, wallpapers and themes.

   


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