February 2, 2015 in Games (F)
[prMac.com] Burlington, Vermont - Moose Knuckle Games is thrilled to announce the upcoming release of Yin Yang BANG BANG for iOS devices. Yin Yang BANG BANG is a two handed infinite side scrolling game where you control the dots of a Yin Yang trying to absorb same color shapes, while avoiding different color shapes. One hand controls your dot, while the other hand taps the oncoming shapes to turn them to the color you want. It's a game that tests your coordination to the umpteenth degree! The goal; to get as big as you can and to last as long as you can. Simple, right? Just wait till you try it!
* No IAP to ruin the game
* Skill alone will get you to the top of the leaderboards, not money
* Penjing Tree Growing system
* Two handed skill based game
* Endless level design
* Unique black and white ascetic
* Both fast paced action, and calm meditative areas
* Two stage reactive gameplay
Yin Yang BANG BANG is a premium game. No advertisements, and no IAP. Just buy the game and thats it, you get the whole game just like the good old days. And all players will have an equal chance at topping the online leaderboards regardless of their wallet size. It will be available Apple's App Store on February 15th for $0.99.
Moose Knuckle Games founded by John Butler, strives to innovate in an ever expanding sea of games. The most important aspect is the non traditional background in the gaming world and an intense passion to learn and create. The long term goal of Moose Knuckle Games is to live all over the world, from uber cities like Tokyo, to rural villages in 3rd world countries. Wherever the laptop goes, John can continue to make games. The exposure to different cultures and environments will be reflected in the diverse collection of games Moose Knuckle Games will make. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2015 Moose Knuckle Games. 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. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.