December 18, 2015 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Greenwood, Indiana - StreamSide Software, LLC, today is pleased to announce that their latest game, Cthulhu Beat, is now available in the Apple TV App Store for $0.99. StreamSide Software had been selected in September by Apple to receive the brand new, fourth generation Apple TV for developers in advance of its release to the public. Cthulhu Beat is a fast moving puzzle game with an electronic dance music score - tag line "Swipe, Swipe, Crash!"
"Simplicity rules the App Store. If you want a game that appeals to everyone, the biggest factor is that the controls have to be easy. This game is perfect for the Siri Controller," states StreamSide President, Roger Pingeton.
The addictive gameplay and upbeat electronic music created by Elder X makes it a fun family and party game. "We recognized a perfect marriage could be made between the game and a 120 beats per minute soundtrack," says Elder X, the musician who created the driving beat score.
The company plans to release the sound track for iTunes soon. A version of the game for iPhone and iPad is planned for release January 21, 2016.
The character of Cthulhu, as created by horror writer H.P. Lovecraft, was recently introduced by StreamSide in their iPhone and iPad game, Cthulhu VS Your Mom, and is for sale in the Apple App Store for $0.99 as well as a free version. The Apple Watch extension of the game, Cthulhu VS Your Mom Gold is currently being featured by Apple in the Quick Fix Games section of the Apple Watch Store and is available for $0.99. StreamSide Software's first iOS app, Spirit Story Box, received global attention for the company as well as for the founders, Roger and Jill Pingleton.
StreamSide Software, LLC is a small app studio run by a husband and wife team creating iOS games and apps in the MidWest. Copyright (C) 2014 StreamSide Software, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch, and Mac 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.