[prMac.com] Bulle, Switzerland – DNA Studios, a Swiss game studio has announced the upcoming release of the studio’s first game, Antyz, a puzzle adventure mobile game for iOS and Android devices that has a unique gameplay mixing arcade and reflexion, and benefits from a deep polished world with sublime details. The launch date is set on November 18. The studio also released an official teaser trailer.
“Fun and fast, Antyz stands out for its slightly unusual premise,” said, Ben Meakin, Editor for Miniclip. “We loved this game’s plot, which we won’t spoil, but it’s superbly written.”
Antyz – A Time Odyssey is a free puzzle adventure game for iOS and Android out on November 18. Player helps the ants survive a sudden glacial era. He travels back through the Ages of time, charting a path towards the center of the earth. Players controls the scouting ant who must dig the path and overcome the dangers threatening the ants nest. He travels through various eras and more than 100 magnificent levels to discover the story of Antyz. The game requires to solve puzzles, to drive carefully the ant and to be able to react quickly, sometimes.
Key Features :
* Unique gameplay mixing puzzle and adventure
* Rich content with more than 100 custom levels
* Deep polished ambiance with sublime details
* A great story with true references to ants
For more information, please visit the DNA Studios website to view the Antyz press kit.DNA Studios
YouTube Video (Teaser)
DNA Studios is a Swiss company founded by four friends and established since January 2013. Digital specialist, the company offers a wide range of services grouped into four areas: Video games, Cinema, Visual communication and Applications. The company released Dans Ton Quiz, a musical quiz owned by Radio Television Suisse (RTS). The studio is about to release their first own game: Antyz. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2015 DNA Studios. 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.