Anomalous Interactive launch Slingshot Justice for iOS

Anomalous Interactive, an indie developer from Melbourne, has announced the release of its first game: Slingshot Justice. The title is a point and click arcade shooter which sees a schoolyard vigilante doling out comeuppance to local bullies, and retails on the App Store for $0.99.

Ryan Keable, co-founder of Anomalous, says: We’re really excited to finally be releasing our game to the world. The iPhone and iPod are perfect platforms for new developers, and we really think we’ve put together a solid and exciting product.”

Anomalous Interactive was formed in January of this year by Ryan Keable and Ryan Tait. The team have already announced plans to bring updates to the game.

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