November 6, 2009 in Gaming (E)
[prMac.com] Hamburg, Germany - Grappling Hook, the first-person puzzler/platformer for Mac OS and Windows, is 50% off this weekend on the Grappling Hook website. The game is available at the price of just $9.99 until Monday, cut from its regular price of $19.95. Players use a grappling hook to overcome various challenging obstacles by performing incredible moves and fast combinations of daring tricks. The game features 30 dynamic, animated, and unique levels, 30 achievements and 240 challenges.
"Grappling Hook [..] an incredible first person puzzler/platformer, a title that already is one of the best indie games released this year. [..] the way it is right now, with short but challenging and intense levels, all smartly done, it's perfect. As a whole, Grappling Hook is an amazing product. It is lighting fast and very challenging, it manages to deliver some really smart puzzles and oblige you act quickly. Or die." - Calin Ciabai - Unigamesity
"The developers have done a great job of throwing out new challenges, with something new coming at you at all times. [..] the game does a wonderful job with the first-person point of view and creates a surprisingly immersive environment. Pair that with smart puzzles and plenty of fast action and you'll stay grappling for a very long time!" - Jay is Games
* Perform daring moves and tricks with the Grappling Hook.
* Solve challenging gameplay and action puzzles.
* Beat 30 dynamic, animated, and unique levels.
* Earn 30 cool achievements and master 240 challenges.
* Create your own levels with the built-in level-editor.
The game is available for Mac OS X and Windows. The game and demo require a 2.0 GHz processor, 1 GB RAM, and a NVIDIA GeForce 7600 / ATI Radeon X700 graphics card.
Pricing and Availability:
A free 5-level demo is available at the Grappling Hook website. The game is available at the price of just $9.99 until Monday, cut from its regular price of $19.95.
Christian Teister, the developer behind SpeedRunGames, is an independent game developer living in Hamburg, Germany. His goal is to create intense, challenging, and rewarding games. Copyright (C) 2009 SpeedRunGames. All Rights Reserved. Apple, and the Apple logo are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.