August 15, 2011 in Games (F)
[prMac.com] Bowling Green, Ohio - Steve Randles has announced Monster Smasher: A science experiment gone wrong, an iPhone app. Here in the sleepy town of Bowling Green Ohio a lowly Game Developer Steve Randles has finally manifested from the ethers of creativity his very first iPhone game title "Monster Smasher: A science experiment gone wrong". This iPhone app is now available on apple's very own AppStore for a mere ninety-nine cents. This iPhone game has it all a fun quirky art style, and an intense yet simple gaming experience.
The game's story is about a group of what some may call "mad" scientists performing a dangerous experiment on an alien substance. During the experiment something in the lab goes wrong and things take a turn for the worst. The alien substance awakens and immediately begins to multiple. These monsters must not be allowed to get out of the building for fear they will take over the world. Also these monsters are very hungry and will gladly eat any scientist that gets to close.
The gameplay for "Monster Smasher: A science experiment gone wrong" is a simple one button based design. You press on the monsters to smash them and you must do this before the monster can get off screen and escape. Also you must avoid smashing the scientists so as not to crush them. You gain multiplier points for smashing a number of monsters at the same time and there is also an awesome bonus score that you can win for smashing one certain monster.
* iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
* Requires iPhone OS 4.1 or later
* 5.5 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Monster Smasher 1.2 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
Based in Bowling Green, Ohio. Developer Steve Randles graduated from Full Sail in 2008 with a degree in game development and have been making iphone games ever since. His main goal when making a game is mixing fun with usability. Copyright (C) 2011 Steve Randles 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.