August 30, 2010 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Wiesbaden, Germany - Indie iPhone developer Spielhaus (creators of the unique productivity app Today Todo) releases Firemen Panic 1.0 - a fast-paced, tilt-based game featuring quirky graphics and unparalleled multitasking madness.
Firemen Panic is laid out as a true "pick up and play" game, allowing the player to engage in short gaming sessions. The setting features a burning building where people are jumping out of windows to escape the fire. The player has to position a saftey net and help them land softly. At the same time, distracted old ladies roam the streets in front of the building, eventually being hit by falling furniture. Swiping away cupboards and tvs, while tilting the device to position the saftey net and also extinguishing fire - all at the same time - drives the player at the edge of their multitasking capabilities.
Firemen Panic features a lively and cartoony style. Online highscores are powered by Scoreloop.
* iPhone and iPod touch
* Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later
* 11.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Firemen Panic 1.0 is available to be purchased through the iPhone App Store at a price of $0.99 USD (0.79 EUR). App Store promo codes are available upon request for the press (U.S. App Store only).
Spielhaus has been founded in 2009 by Chi Trung Tran and Stefan Sorin Nicolin. Both studied computer science at the university for applied sciences in Wiesbaden, Germany until 2009. Following the motto "Fun follows you" Spielhaus aims at developping games and tools for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad that are fun to use - namely because of their intuitive interfaces. Copyright 2009-2010 Spielhaus. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.