Liquid Defense Lite and Hydrothermal Lite Released on Mac App Store
December 7, 2011 in Gaming
[prMac.com] Meadville, Pennsylvania - Nuclear Nova Software has announced Liquid Defense Lite and Hydrothermal Lite for the Mac App Store, free versions of their games Liquid Defense and Hydrothermal. Liquid Defense is a unique puzzle game where you must eliminate all of the incoming water, gas and oil. Hydrothermal is a city simulator game where gamers create a colony and ward off space invaders. Every aspect of the city, from the basic zoning layout to taxes and laws, can be controlled.
Hydrothermal has been available on the Macintosh through Nuclear Nova Software for over six years. Over the product's lifetime as a shareware game it has been downloaded more than 100,000 times. Inspired by the original Sim City series by Maxis, Hydrothermal takes the genre to a new location. Liquid Defense, a twist on tower defense style games , has been on the market two years and has been downloaded over 50,000 times.
Both Liquid Defense Lite and Hydrothermal Lite smaller versions of their paid counterparts. Purchasing the paid version of Liquid Defense adds twenty extra levels. Purchasing the paid version of Hydrothermal removes the time limit and enables game saving/loading.
* Mac OS 10.6.8
* 17.3 MB for Liquid Defense
* 9.6 MB for Hydrothermal
Pricing and Availability:
Liquid Defense Lite and Hydrothermal Lite are free and is available exclusively through Apple's Mac App Store. Liquid Defense and Hydrothermal are $9.99 USD each and are available exclusively through Apple's Mac App Store.
Download Liquid Defense Lite
Download Hydrothermal Lite
Screenshot (Liquid Defense)
Located in Meadville, Pennsylvania, Nuclear Nova Software is a privately funded company founded in 2002 by Jake Leveto. Nuclear Nova Software was founded with the intent of developing unique and challenging games with compelling game-play for the Mac platform and iPhone. Copyright 2002-2011 Nuclear Nova Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.