April 11, 2009 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Colchester, Vermont - SmallRock Software has officially apologized for all the hours of lost sleep experienced by the users of its new game, Doomsday Terminal. The game, in which players are required to enter a code every 108 minutes in order to prevent the destruction of the world, has become something of an addiction for many users.
As an act of contrition SmallRock Software has also announced that the first Doomsday Terminal user to survive for a week will receive a $200 (USD) gift card of their choice.
The deceptively simple Doomsday Terminal is all about trying to survive longer than your competitors across the globe. Survival times are automatically synced with the server and players can communicate via the built-in terminal. Within the first day of use competitors quickly find themselves re-arranging their lives around the simple act of typing a number.
Doomsday Terminal Features
* The clock is always running; Every time you open the program it knows how much time has passed
* Two-tiered warning sound effects; live and die by them
* Send and receive anonymous messages via the terminal
* Watch survival times online to see who the real hero is
* Discover other commands via the command line
* US English
* All iPhone and iPod Touch devices with iPhone OS 2.2 or above
Pricing and Availability:
Doomsday Terminal 1.0 is available for only $0.99 (USD) through Apple's App Store.
Located in Colchester, Vermont, SmallRock Software, Inc. was founded in 2005 by Eric Allard and Michael Malony. After spending three years developing custom banking solutions for major players in the industry, SmallRock branched out into the world of mobile development in the summer of 2008. They have since released various entertainment and utility applications such as iPlummet, Fridge Magnets, Gesture Dial, and Doomsday Terminal. All Software (C) 2008-2009 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.