[prMac.com] Brisbane, Australia – Voltic Games, today are proud to announce our new arena platformer Nightmerica for iOS, available on the App Store after March 1st, 2013.
Like pixels? How about randomly generated weapons? What about crazy monsters trying to rip you to shreds? Welcome to (The United States of) Nightmerica.
Nightmerica is a game about facing the monsters inside your head, and shooting them with a whole load of bullets. Drawing on the retro spirit of arcade games and the� Explosions? Of modern titles. Face hoardes of monsters in three different arenas, using any of the infinitely randomly generated guns, sidearms or special weapons. Show your nightmares who’s boss!
Drawing on inspiration from modern titles and retro classics, Nightmerica boasts fast paced, action packed, challenging and addictive gameplay.
Featuring a haunting chip tune inspired soundtrack by Fractures
* Insane wave based battles
* 3 drastically different arenas
* 20 different monsters to do battle with
* Infinite randomly generated guns’
* Upgrades, Sidearms and Special weapons
* Awesome responsive (and customisable) controls
* Full Game Centre support (leaderboards and achievements)
“It’s like borderlands and super crate box had an insane baby” – Skeleton Dragon
“I got a gun that fires 20 sine wave, bouncing bullets at a time with negative gravity. My brain blew out my ear.” – Totally Valid Quote Guy
“I dunno we’re pretty proud of it I guess? What are you asking? Is this interview going to be published anywhere?” – Game Developers
“Blaarrgghhhhllleeeeee�” – ZombiesVoltic Games
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Voltic is a collection of three 19/20/21 year old dudes from Brisbane, Australia. We’ve been making games since we were 12 and aren’t planning on stopping any time soon. We share a love of games from all eras and platforms and are really into the indie game development community. Copyright (C) 2013 Voltic. 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.