January 27, 2010 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Charlotte, North Carolina - The popular Flash game, Collider, is now available for the iPhone and the iPod Touch. Collider is an addictive strategy game featuring crisp graphics, a powerful physics engine, randomized music and a unique style of gameplay. The iPhone port has preserved and enhanced every aspect of the original game and offers more than twice as many levels.
Game designer, Dan Russell-Pinson, has created a lot of pre-release buzz for Collider through some unusual promotional techniques including a comical gameplay video entitled "Collider: Do You Have The Balls?", several "fake news" stories and photoshopped images of famous works of art modified to include the iconic positive and negative particle balls from the game.
The goal of Collider is to destroy all of the positive and negative particle balls on the screen. The player simply drags the available balls on the screen and then presses play to set them into motion. Players must navigate the particle balls through various obstacles such as pipes, gears, sensors, bombs, springboards, pendulums, seesaws and more to make them collide. An auto-save feature automatically saves game progress so players can suspend the game and continue playing where they left off at a later time.
* 56 unique and challenging levels
* Realistic physics
* Dynamically generated music
* Rewind and fast-forward controls
* Progress is saved automatically
* Option to play your own music
* Level select screen
* In-game tutorial
* Reset all levels button
* Hours of gameplay!
* iPhone or iPod Touch 2.2.1 or later
Pricing and Availability:
The full version of Collider is available for the introductory price of $0.99 (USD). The game appears as "Collider the Game" in the iTunes App Store. A free version called "Collider Lite" is also available and allows players to play the first 11 levels.
Dan Russell-Pinson has been independently creating online flash games since 2007. His best known titles are Tipping Point, Block Drop and Collider which can be seen on hundreds of web sites across the Internet. In 2009, Dan moved into the iPhone arena with a port of his popular game Block Drop followed by Furballs! and his latest release, Collider. Copyright (C) 2009-2010 Dan Russell-Pinson. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.