Metaversal Studios Announces Follow-up To Bad Apples iOS Game In Development

Metaversal Studios’ match-3 game, Bad Apples for the iPhone, managed to garner its 1 millionth download recently and as such a sequel, Bad Apples: Battle Harvest, has been announced and it’s currently in the works. Check out the press release below for more information and images of the new characters available in the game:

Metaversal Studios Announces Follow-up To Bad Apples iOS Game In Development

March 30, 2011—The Metaversal Studios team is excited to announce Bad Apples: Battle Harvest, a puzzle game planned for release on Apple’s iOS platform for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad devices. The new title is a sequel to Bad Apples, a puzzle game released in January 2010 that recently surpassed one million downloads on the iTunes App Store.

Bad Apples: Battle Harvest will introduce some major new features to the original Bad Apples match- three style of gameplay. The new title will present more targeted challenges and goals while delivering a richly developed Story Mode that immerses the player in an engaging plotline. Fans of the original Bad Apples title will see a marked evolution in the art style and character design, as well as a colorful cast of new heroes and villains.

While the original Bad Apples has quite a large fan base across many countries, the team at Metaversal Studios believes that the new game has a lot more to offer and will fare even better. “We listened to the feedback from our players and are bringing a new focus on production values, humor and depth to Bad Apples: Battle Harvest while keeping the fun and addictive gameplay elements they loved from Bad Apples,” said Metaversal Producer Dave Landry.

The Bad Apples: Battle Harvest release is planned for late spring 2011 for the iOS platform with an Android version of the game rolling out shortly after the iOS launch.

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