FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Northampton, United Kingdom– December 1, 2009
Independent game development studio Games Faction Ltd today announced the release of their second iPhone game, Trigger Happy Christmas. Just in time for the seasonal period, Trigger Happy Christmas is a beautifully drawn, gory cartoon shooter in a similar vein to Games Faction's first iPhone title, Inkvaders.
Price: $0.99 /£0.59
Video Link - Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/user/GamesFactionMovies#p/a/u/1/4PqJoJmaUJc
Website Link: http://www.gamesfaction.com/thc
Art/Screenshot Pack: http://www.gamesfaction.com/asset/THC_Art.zip
About Trigger Happy Christmas
Breaking News... the elves have gone bad, again, and are trying to ruin Christmas by stealing all the presents. They've hot-wired the sleigh, which is flying around uncontrollably, spilling its contents all over the place.
Santa is running hither and thither trying to gather them back up again but, quite frankly, he's had his fill of the thieving blighters. Time to dust off "Olde Persuader"!
He's not alone though. While trying furiously to bring the sleigh under control, Rudolph is also on hand to supply Santa with the a few more 'persuasive' tools. You know, like flame-throwers, grenade launchers... that type of thing!
Flame-throwers? It Is the season of good will, isn't it?
Err, yes of course. I don't see what's not in the spirit of the season with dismembering elves... hmm, okay good point. Well, to make up for it, you can send electronic Christmas cards to your friends from the game. That way, you even save the cost of those little bits of printed card people usually send.
- <*>Beautifully drawn, gory cartoon graphics*> <*>Fun, addictive gameplay*> <*>Online scoreboards using AGON online*> <*>Numerous awards to unlock and share on Facebook/Twitter*> <*>Christmas e-cards to send to friends (via email client)*> <*>Awesome, bespoke game music*>
Compatible with all iPhone and iPod touches
Requires OS 2.1 or later.
About Games Faction
Games Faction, a British independent games developer based in Northampton, England, was set up in February 2006 by Lee Hickey and Malcolm Reed - two industry veterans with over 20 years professional experience and a shared passion for making great games.