Try This Networks releases Tap of the Dead 1.0 for iPhone and iPod Touch

April 15, 2009 in Games (E)

[] New York, New York - With Tap of the Dead(TM), Try This Networks publishes their 6th game developed exclusively for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Tap of the Dead(TM) is an unique action game with innovative gameplay and interface design. Players must tap buttons to complete sequences and kill zombies before they damage the player. Set in New York City, the game features over 45 unique levels based on real world locations allowing the player to realistically fight block by block in the city overrun by zombies.

With over 40 types of zombies available in the game, it marks a clear departure from previous games in the genre where same graphical assets are repeated throughout the game. Further, the short load times allows the gamer to pickup and leave the game any time.

"Tap of the Dead(TM) is deceptively simple and engaging," says Wally Chang, co-founder of Try This Networks, "but difficult to master the overlapping button sequences for the perfect score."

"Several zombies often attack at once leaving it up to the player to decide the fastest way to destroy them all and get to safety," adds Shoaib Anwar, co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Try This Networks.

System requirements:
* iPhone or iPod Touch 2.2 or later

Pricing and Availability:
Tap of the Dead(TM) is now available for the iPhone and iPod Touch for $1.99 (USD).

Try This Networks was founded by two software developers formerly in the finance industry with extensive experience in writing front, middle, and back office systems. The company is the creative outlet after years of work with heavy number crunching systems. Try This Networks was founded in 2007 by Wally Chang and Shoaib Anwar and is located in New York. Try This Networks. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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