October 18, 2010 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] The premise behind MoonNavis is that the player is actually training to operate a Lunar Lander while using a training simulator. After each landing run, the player's skills are assessed and scored on the basis of several parameters including the time required to complete a run, the quantity of fuel used, the final landing velocity and the drop altitude. MoonNavis is integrated with the OpenFeint Social Gaming Platform, so players can compete for position with other players worldwide.
"We're extremely pleased with MoonNavis and how well the visuals and game play turned out. The application sports a beautiful polished interface, which is astounding on the new Retina display devices.", says Jeff Cairns, co-founder of Cityhues Digital Media Group." We designed two separate modes of game play into MoonNavis, Run-Play mode, where users can compete for top point position and Level-Play mode, where users are presented with a series of challenges that must be completed in order to move up in rank and earn achievements, as well as, Feint points."
MoonNavis is now available for $1.99 in the U.S. and is priced accordingly in other regions. MoonNavis is available worldwide from the iTunes App Store in the Simulation Games category for iPhone and iPod touch, or by visiting www.moonnavis.com
Please visit www.moonnavis.com for additional information about MoonNavis, as well as, videos and screenshots of the game or visit www.cityhues.com for further information about the company. A press kit is available at www.cityhues.com/press/
Cityhues Digital Media Group, (a division of Cityhues Corporation) an independent iOS game development studio based out of Alberta, Canada, was formed in 2009 for the purposes of creating entertaining and practical mobile applications targeting the iOS platform. Copyright (C) 2010 Cityhues Digital Media Group. 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.