January 17, 2012 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Seoul, South Korea - Defen-G Astro, an action game for the iTunes market, officially released a new version of the app last week called Defen-G Astro POP. This version offers three new in-app weapon purchases: Red Scorpion, Black Turtle, Apple Cannoneer. "Defen-G Astro POP is Defen-G Astro with different items," said the Defen-G Marketing Team.
"We released it in order to let more people download and enjoy Defen-G." Defen-G development company innodis stated that the reason for the new version is to add new, exciting features to the app at a lower cost. "We developed this new version in order to give more people an opportunity to download Defen-G with a lower price, but with different in-app-purchase frame," said the Defen-G Marketing Team.
The Defen-G team sees the new version as a chance to re-vamp the game without stepping on the toes of existing users. "If we just update the original Defen-G Astro, then the former downloaders have to buy some units which they were using for free before," said the Defen-G Marketing Team. "We will not remove Defen-G Astro from the store because the users have their right to the original version in its old in-app-purchase system."
Defen-G Astro also released a holiday edition of the game called Defen-G Astro White in late December. Defen-G White and Defen-G Astro POP are both currently live in the iTunes market today. "Defen-G Astro POP is a Defen-G Astro with different items," said the Defen-G Marketing Team. "We released it in order to let more people download and enjoy Defen-G."
* iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, 2/3/4G iPod touch and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.1 or later
* 19.6 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Defen-G Astro POP 3.0 is Free and available worldwide through the App Store in the Games category. It is also available in the Android market.
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