September 17, 2009 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Colchester, Vermont - SmallRock Software, Inc. today released the first update to their hit game, Sir Revs-a-Lot. Currently featured as a "New and Noteworthy" application, Sir Revs-a-Lot combines addictive gameplay with stylized graphics, catchy tunes, and social interaction. Taking advantage of the increasingly popular OpenFeint network players can compete in seven high score categories as well as earn a myriad of achievements.
Using the tricked out ride, Sir Revs-a-Lot, players fend off endless hordes of UFOs, Spaceships, Helicopters, and Jets; all the while trying not to run out of fuel. Level-ups, graduated score targets, enemy purchases, online high scores, and achievements all contribute to the great replay value of this title. Players with dangerously low gas tanks can now attempt to steal Old Man Allard's fuel. With a bit of skill this can even be accomplished without losing a combo.
Sir Revs-a-Lot is also OpenFeint enabled. OpenFeint facilitates online high scores, achievements, challenges, friends lists, and Facebook / Twitter integration. Players of other popular titles such as Pocket God, Stick Wars, and MiniGore can use their existing OpenFeint accounts in Sir Revs-a-Lot with no setup required. Users without Internet access or opt-out are still gracefully supplied with local high scores and achievements.
* iPhone or iPod Touch 2.2 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Sir Revs-a-Lot 1.01 is only $0.99 (USD) and available exclusively through the App Store.
Located in Colchester, Vermont, SmallRock Software, Inc. was founded in late 2005. SmallRock has dabbled in all walks of technology including enterprise banking solutions, desktop applications, mobile gaming, and video production. SmallRock's other iPhone titles include iPLummet, Fridge Magnets, Gesture Dial, and Doomsday Terminal. All Software (C) 2009 SmallRock Software, Inc. / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, "Apple App Store", iPod, the iPod and iPod Touch logo, and iPhone are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.