New iPhone War Game - Deliver Da Bomb: Announces Contest for Free iPad 2
September 12, 2011 in Games
[prMac.com] Singapore - To celebrate the launch of its new iPhone and iPad game, Tapstatic today announces a contest awarding a free iPad 2 to one lucky winner. The giveaway marks the release of Deliver Da Bomb, the fast-paced new war game where players must destroy an evil robot by throwing bombs - without letting them drop and explode.
In the contest, Tapstatic will be giving away a 16GB Wi-Fi iPad 2 as the grand prize. To enter for a chance to win, users should visit Tapstatic's website, watch the trailer for Deliver Da Bomb, and leave a comment about how excited they are for the new game. There will be a contest within the site and the contestant who gets the highest points will be awarded the iPad. The contest runs through September 30, 2011.
In Deliver Da Bomb, evil robots from Planet Z have invaded pixel-Earth and players must defend it using troops throwing dangerous explosives. Players bounce bombs off the soldiers quickly but carefully. The goal is to hit the attacking robot - every bomb brings the player one step closer to victory.
However, in this high stakes battle, players must be careful not to drop even a single bomb because it will explode on impact. Losing too many troops means that the robot wins and the pixel-Earth is conquered.
"There are 50 challenging levels and two explosive game modes," said Samuel Chan, CEO of Tapstatic. "The robots can look like anyone you're familiar with and they'll play with your emotions. Who will you trust?"
With a colorful and user-friendly design, Deliver Da Bomb was created to challenge a player's fast reflexes and quick thinking skills to deliver all the bombs and destroy the robot. With two, three, or more bombs flying through the air, users will need to act fast to win the war.
The game features 50 levels and two different game modes: Trio Delivery, where players need to bounce the bomb three times, or the tricky Quad Delivery, with four bounces. Players can rack up points, progress through all levels, and gain multiple lives. A life meter helps users monitor the evil robot's life force on the way to victory.
In an original twist, Deliver Da Bomb also allows players to add their own photos to the robot. Users can customize the game by choosing any photo on their iPhone or iPad. This feature helps relieve stress when the photo of a boss or former girlfriend/boyfriend is used in place of the evil robot.
Deliver Da Bomb grew out of Chan's love of similar games. The app offers players an engaging pastime reminiscent of the most popular retro spacebridge games of the past, combined with updated technology that utilizes photo library and technology for iPhone and iPad games.
Features of Deliver Da Bomb include:
* Fast-paced game play: Players must keep bouncing the bomb until it explodes on the robot, without dropping it
* 50 challenging levels: There are many new battles to choose from, offering exciting new battles
* Two game modes: Trio Delivery (easier) and Quad Delivery (harder) give two different options for play
* Easy to learn: Players can quickly pick up the game and start playing
* Customize with photos: Users can choose their own photos to stand in place of the attacking robot
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 3.1.2 or later
* 4.1 MB
Pricing and availability:
Deliver Da Bomb 1.0 is currently available for sale worldwide through the App Store in the Games category for $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies). Review copies are available upon request. Full details and contest rules are available at Tapstatic's website. The giveaway is not endorsed by or associated with Apple, Inc.
As a company founded by the gaming community, Tapstatic seeks to do everything with the community in mind. The vision for Tapstatic is to get players involved in the creation of their apps. The company's first app, Deliver Da Bomb, is currently available worldwide for the iPhone and iPad. Copyright (C) 2011 Tapstatic. 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.