December 28, 2012 in Games (AF)
[prMac.com] Kajaani, Finland - Just in time for the holidays, Critical Force Entertainment is offering a special price for Critical Missions: SWAT to celebrate its arrival to Google Play store. Critical Missions: SWAT is a cross-platform First-Person shooter multiplayer game where players are able to compete against each other on web and mobile platforms. During the holidays, Critical Missions: SWAT will be on sale at the price of $0.99 USD on both Apple App Store and Google Play store.
New Critical Missions: SWAT v.2.6 includes many desired upgrades based on the players' feedback. Among other improvements the game's Android version has now alternative control pad that is familiar from other mobile FPS games. The most interesting new feature in the game's iOS version is Applifier's Everyplay integration. Everyplay is a handy tool that allows players to record and share their favorite game's greatest moments with friends. "We saw how great potential there is to include Everyplay in Critical Missions: SWAT as it brings value to us and for the players." says Veli-Pekka Piirainen, Critical Force Entertainment CEO.
Critical Missions: SWAT, previously known as Critical Strike Portable on Android platform and CS Portable on web, has gained wide popularity and has received over 6 million Android downloads since its launch in June 2012. The game has currently over 200 000 daily active users on web and mobile platforms. The non-commercial browser version CS Portable is also one of the most popular games on Kongregate's game portal with over 10 million game plays.
Pricing and Availability:
Critical Missions: SWAT is $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide through the App Store and Google Play store.
Located in Kajaani, Finland, Critical Force Entertainment is a Finnish game development company founded in 2012. For more information about us, please visit website. Copyright (C) 2012 Critical Force Entertainment. 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.