Available for Apple, Android, and Google Devices
AUSTIN, TX – Tiny Utopia, LLC today announced the launch of its newest mobile game, Soda Star, a fast-paced sorting puzzle game for ages eight to adult. It is currently available for $1.99 on the itunes, android, and google app stores.
Soda Star lets players control a soda bottling plant gone haywire as they grow their soda empire by unlocking levels in a constantly expanding bottle factory. Players sort bottles and pack them into similarly colored crates by switching levers to ensure bottles get on the right conveyer belt. They progress through increasingly challenging levels that reveal new and rare items such as magic soda, coffee breaks as well as pitfalls and difficulties.
“We’re really excited about the launch of Soda Star,” said Tiny Utopia Founder and Lead Developer Neal Nellans. “Soda Star expands Tiny Utopia’s audience by including younger players for our indie games. While there are lots of mobile games for preschool children and adults, the preteen audience has not had many appropriate options that are also cool. Parents want positive games for their children but we wanted to make a game that was fun and challenging for adults as well. Soda Star is fun for everyone.”
While the audience might be new, Tiny Utopia’s seamless design and dazzling visual art remains. Every bottle and factory is rendered in beautiful 3D graphics by the powerful Unity 3D game engine. The game features stunning cartoon-like special effects and an original stereo soundtrack with real cartoon recordings. Soda Star demoed and received rave reviews at the SXSW Gaming Expo in March.
Tiny Utopia is an independent development company that strives to bring quality, original artwork and fresh exciting experiences to mobile game players. Founders include Academy Award winning artists and a team of AAA game developers. Tiny Utopia develops and produces in-house original titles, such as Epic Mech Wars and Soda Star, as well as works with third party publishers and marketing teams to extend their existing brands into new interactive IPs. Located in Austin, Texas, Tiny Utopia’s staff focus on making great games, breakfast tacos and keeping it weird. www.tinyutopia.com.