Veteran iOS developers Origin8 are happy to announce that their B-movie side-scrolling smash'em Robot Rampage is coming to the b

12 August 2011, London, UK: Additionally, a major content update to the original game is now live incorporating a slew of new features. Over a third of a million existing Robot Rampage players will receive Retina support, enhancements and new game modes absolutely free, with new robots and environments available as in-app purchases.

The game:

Take control of an atomic robot invader to stomp, burn and nuke your way across endless randomly generated city levels. Carve a path of carnage through the fully destructible scenery. The pathetic human military will oppose you - how far can YOU rampage?

New features:

- Retina display support on compatible iPhones and iPod Touches (non-HD version only).

- Improved Rampage mode with new pickups: Laser, Speed and Atomic boosts.

- New Countdown mode: destroy each block before time runs out, or be destroyed yourself for your failure!

- New Air Attack mode: fend off puny human flying machines for as long as you can!

- Openfeint and Game Center leaderboards and achievements.

- New robot and environment packs available as $0.99 in-app purchases: trash NeoCity with Robozilla, or be King of the Jungle with Robokong. RoboZilla gets a 5% boost to fire breath, while RoboKong charges atomic power 5% faster. Mix and match robots and environments to your taste!

Robot Rampage HD is available for $1.99 from

Robot Rampage is available for $0.99 from

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About us: Origin8 is an innovative mobile developer based in London, UK. With an experienced team whose credits cover a vast number of gaming platforms, they specialise in games and entertainment for the Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Origin8’s acclaimed products include "Sentinel: Mars Defense", one of Apple’s App Store Anniversary top 30 games.

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