[prMac.com] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – FishPotato Games is proud to announce the up and coming release of VOXPLODE!, its latest title for iOS. In addition, VOXPLODE! is now available for beta testing before its release later this summer. VOXPLODE! is a super casual shooting game in which players try to survive wave upon wave of enemies with the help of some really unique power ups. It features 3D pixel art characters in a variety of worlds that can be unlocked with collectable coins. VOXPLODE! runs on Apple’s SceneKit framework which allows it to take advantage of iOS devices’ built in capabilities for some truly spectacular results.
“With VOXPLODE! my goal was to create a game that was both awesome fun and had something for just about everybody. It’s got zombies, candy, cowboys, monsters, pirates – you can shoot hotdogs if you want to!” says game creator/developer Alan Thomas. “These little characters are adorable. There is something really satisfying about just popping them. Players can also unlock a SWARM mode for each world that takes things to a whole other level. People usually giggle the first time that they play in swarm mode. It’s great.”
VOXPLODE! is open for beta testing for anyone that wants to play the game prior to its release later this summer. Invitations are available by emailing Alan Thomas at FishPotato Games.VOXPLODE!
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Alan Thomas is an independent game developer based out of Philadelphia and the owner of FishPotato Games. A one-man show, he designs and programs all of his creations. VOXPLODE! is his ninth game since he launched his studio in 2012. As a designer, illustrator, programmer, avid gamer and dog lover, his games combine the things he loves into one of a kind gaming experiences. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2015 Alan Thomas. 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.