March 18, 2013 in Games
[prMac.com] Tampere, Finland - Wronghut is proud to announce today the release date of its new Mazement mobile game. The game will be available worldwide on Apple App Store on April 4th with price of $1.99 (USD). Mazement is a ball rolling game that combines an epic fantasy story with the traditional wooden labyrinth and platformer games. The game has great 3D graphics, interesting physics and a destructible environment. You control the tilt of the playing field to guide the ball safely through increasingly difficult 3D levels.
It is an amazingly fun platformer puzzle game, filled with challenging mazes, traps and enemies. Blast your way through walls! Hop over obstacles using Big Jump! Watch out for the evil Jailer and the mysterious Witch! Find your way out of the tower and set your ball friends free! Will you be able to finish the last levels with a 5-star rating and beat the boss enemies?
"Mazement really brings something new for ball rolling games, some of which are the tilting of the level instead of ball control, a destructible environment, and a story. The control is really accurate and fun to play, and the story really makes you feel you are playing in another world. We have really achieved awesome graphics merged with accurate gameplay to maximize the fun factor!", says Jukka Mikkonen, the game designer from Wronghut.
Mazement will become available on other mobile platforms later this year. The iOS version will work from iPhone 4S onwards, and on the new iPad. We hope to optimize the game further to bring it to new platforms in the very near future. For more information and promo code requests, please contact Jukka Mikkonen, CEO, Wronghut: 358-440279050
Wronghut is a small Finnish 3-man indie gaming company founded in 2012. The company plans to release digital games on mobile and PC platforms. Copyright (C) 2013 Wronghut. 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. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.