March 1, 2010 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Barcelona, Spain - Announcing that Ivanovich Games, the developers of iBumpy Galaxy, has launched an exciting new product for users looking for a wildly engaging challenge. The iBumpy Galaxy app has a lot of cool and unique features that promise intense gameplay, awesome music and tons of addictive fun. To celebrate this launch, developers are offering the first planet with ten levels absolutely free, as well as a motivating promotion for the first 250 players to complete the first planet.
iBumpy Galaxy may conjure up images for some, of an old '80's video game called, Bumpy. That's completely understandable, as iBumpy is the latest generation of that outdated classic. The name and basic game concept is where the similarity ends, however.
This new wave iBumpy is a wild, fast moving character who's ready to rock the house and the universe, as he makes his way through the levels of each planet. The music of Neal Stellpflug sets a playing rhythm that may help users find their momentum for getting through the game.
If a gamer doesn't have the playing skills to tackle iBumpy Galaxy when they start, they will have them by the time they finish. There are one hundred and fifteen levels in the full game and each one has three different levels of difficulty. Players must deal with slippery floors, spikes, potions, destructible bricks and other surprises that test their abilities as game players.
To encourage users to brave the challenge of iBumpy Galaxy, developers are offering the first planet with ten levels for free. The first two hundred and fifty people to complete the first planet can claim their free gift of the full game. Instructions can be found by following the link at the bottom of this page.
Vying for one of those two hundred and fifty free games is a fun way to get something for free. The application comes loaded with incredible graphics, music and gameplay that are sure to stimulate the happy section of a player's brain as they become fully, addictively engaged.
All of this pleasant mind stimulation may prove helpful for the creating of custom levels, which this application allows for.
* 115 surprising levels bursting with creativity
* 32 OpenFeint achievements to unlock (1,000 points)
* 3 levels of difficulty for each planet
* Perfectly adapted controls
* Very detailed graphic environment
* Retro inspired sounds and effects
* Music composed by Neal Stellpflug that is compatible with your iPod library
* 9 different planets with their corresponding Open Feint record lists
* 1 extra planet with 15 levels, allowing you to create your own levels
* 3 different medals awarded according to the score achieved for each level
Other benefits to iBumpy Galaxy players include OpenFeint points, which can be earned through gameplay. There is also the potential for users to win a medal if they play well enough.
As mentioned above, the iBumpy Galaxy first planet with ten levels is free. When a user has finished playing the first planet, they can make in-App purchases of the full game for $1.99 or buy packs for $0.99. Of course, if they are one of the first two and fifty to complete the challenge, they can claim the full game as a gift.
A freebie, promos, fantastic music and wild gaming fun, all in one package. There's just nothing missing that anyone could want, especially when it doesn't cost anything to try.
* iPhone and iPod touch
* Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later
* 10.5 MB
Pricing and Availability:
iBumpy Galaxy 1.0 First Planet with 10 levels is FREE with in-App purchases available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category. Promo codes are available for qualified reviewers. Please specify the website or blog you represent when making your request.
Located in beautiful Barcelona, Spain, Ivanovich Games is a privately held company founded in 2009 by independent developer Ivan Cascales. With a focus on innovation, Ivan has a passion for developing useful and entertaining applications for the iPhone platform. Copyright (C) 2010 Mobile-App-Marketing-Makeover & Edward Turner. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.