March 10, 2011 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Lewisville, Texas - Indie game company Jovian Minds is offering a chance for one inspired person to be immortalized in their game Trouble in Tin Town. The winner will be the person with the best name and idea for the leader of the Tomorrow Bots, a new tin toy faction being added to an upcoming release of Trouble in Tin Town. The plucky robots will star in a new and original story campaign titled Everybody Hates Ben Franklin.
The Tomorrow Bots are a slap-dash super hero team from the future. A time crisis erupted in the labs of Dr. Atomica, the greatest scientific mind of the 25th century. The catastrophe was so sudden and so frightening, the only solution was to grab every available robot within a short distance, augment each of them with a Higgs-Boson buddy, add weapons and send them back in time to fight the chronological chaos as fast as possible.
The winner will see their idea become a reality as the Jovians implement the bot leader concept and put the creation into the game. Additionally, the winner will receive a copy of the final concept art for the Tomorrow Bots leader signed by the development team as well as special recognition in the release featuring the new content. A special credits screen will be created for the winner as well as his or her name mentioned in the campaign story.
The leader of the Tomorrow Bots needs to be a charismatic, yet quirky leader that fits within the setting described above. If he can go toe-to-toe with an axe wielding Abraham Lincoln then there is a good chance you have a winner. To enter the contest go to the Jovian Minds Facebook page and follow the instructions. More information about the Tomorrow Bots can be found at the Trouble in Tin Town web site.
Jovian Minds is an indie game development studio located in Lewisville, Texas. The Jovians are grizzled game veterans who never quite grew up. From their office orbiting the planet Jupiter, Jovian Minds has worked with several major publishers and developed games for most of the gaming consoles of the past 12 years. Copyright (C) 2011 Jovian Minds. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.