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Ninjas to the rescue on Talk Like a Pirate Day

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 New mobile game walks the plank today on Apple iOS

 

Australia, 18 September 2014: Ninja Raft, a unique new strategy game hits the App Store today, launched to coincide with the internationally acclaimed Talk Like a Pirate Day by Brisbane-based games publisher and accelerator, Right Pedal Studios, and developer GeekBrain Games. The game has also been chosen by Apple for their Best New Games feature, giving the game massive exposure to the millions of people upgrading to iOS 8 and activating their new iPhone 6s.

 

Ninja Raft is a unique tower defense game in which players build a raft fortress for their own Ninja army, to prevent a host of scurvy pirates stealing their gold. The game has been designed to take advantage of the increased screen size and video resolution for the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iOS 8 making it compatible for all iPhone models.

 

Players build a battle raft, with thousands of variations, and pit it against 40 levels of action packed, swashbuckling fun. In order to prevent the Pirate hordes, players can place traps, upgrade weapons, fight in hand-to-hand combat, hunt for gold and ultimately protect the treasure.

 

Download the game from the App Store: http://itunes.com/apps/ninjaraft

Download the press kit: http://bit.ly/1p9dz9w

 

Trailer:                         

Genre:             Two-phase tower defense game

Release date:  Thursday 19th September 2014

Developer:      GeekBrain Games

Publisher:        Right Pedal Studios

Price:               AUD  $1.29

 

GeekBrain Games founder and Rockstar games alum, Don Kirkland, said: Ahoy Mateys. We are excited to launch Ninja Raft on the App Store to coincide with Talk Like a Pirate Day this game is uniquely strategic, but at the same time allows players from ages 10 and above to enjoy the fun. With the ability to build your own levels, it can be as easy or as difficult as you like.

 

Right Pedal Studios Team Developer, John Passfield, said: GeekBrain Games have knocked the ball out of the park with their first game fantastic visuals and intricate gameplay but in a really accessible and quirky package. Ninja Raft is poised to be a big hit with salty sea dogs the world over.

 

The super polished visuals make the game all the more exciting the rich graphics and the clever use of layers create a sense of depth. The scenic effects, lighting and sound design also contribute to an immersive player experience.

 

Developed by Geekbrain games, Ninja Raft is published by Right Pedal Studios Australias foremost games accelerator and independent publisher. Ninja Raft comes off the back of the successful Right Pedal mobile game, Battle Group 2 by Bane Games, which launched on the Apple App store earlier this year, and was featured as best new game.

 

-ENDS-

 

Media contact

Ashford Pritchard ashford@launchgroup.com.au 0411 020 680 / 02 9492 1040

Louise Proctor           louise@launchgroup.com.au 0452 505 859 / 02 9492 1003

 

About GeekBrain Games

GeekBrain Games is an indie games development studio founded by former RockStar Games developer Don Kirkland in late 2012, and rounded out by the addition of computer games veteran Rupert Lewis Jones shortly after.

 

The objective is simple: take something really geeky, dial down the geek just enough that our non-geek friends can get it and put it on a phone, tablet or on your mind-implant smart-device that everyone will probably have in ten years.

For more information click here.

 

 

About Right Pedal Studios Pty Ltd

Right Pedal Studios is a game accelerator based in Brisbane, Australia. The accelerator provides game developers with working capital, office space, mentorship and has funded five independent games to date. For more information click here.


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