December 19, 2013 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Caracas, Venezuela - Gamitz Studios today is proud to announce the release of Crazy Hungry Flies Survival 1.0.1, their new mobile video game for the iPod touch, iPad and iPhone free on the Apple App Store. Crazy Hungry Flies Survival is a fun, adictive and challenging game in which the player assumes the role of "Simulator Survival" technology used by an army of fly aliens from the planet Ahmose, who train constantly in order to overcome their addiction to earthly delicious desserts, the only obstacle in their sinister plans to conquer the Earth and enslave humanity.
The player must protect the random exposed desserts by the system, severely punishing every fly that tries to get them, crushing them with the finger or making them explode with bombs of mass destruction. This is a survival game whose objective is to achieve the highest score possible. As the player swats flies down, will be rewarded with "Dipteras" which allow you to buy more bombs, original weapons and thematic backgrounds. Integration with Game Center allows players to challenge your friends online, and overcome challenges of the game.
* No ads (For real)
* Easy to learn, hard to master
* Fast-paced and frenzy gameplay that gets harder over time
* Game Center Leaderboards to compete and challenge your friends online
* Game Center Achievements
* Twitter integration to post your score
* In Game Objectives to raise your score multiplier
* Several weapons and backgrounds to customize your play style
Do you have what it takes to survive?
* Spanish and English
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* Universal Application
* 27.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Crazy Hungry Flies Survival 1.0.1 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
Located in Caracas, Venezuela Gamitz Studios specializes in mobile videogame development and publishing in Latin America. The studio's objective is to provide fun and high quality independent games to the world in order to promote and expand the videogame industry across Latin America to the world where good games can be created.
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