Rodeo Games’ Hunters: Episode One (iOS) Reaches 1/2 Million Downloads, Goes On Sale
The guys and gals over at Rodeo Games Ltd are celebrating today the 500,000 downloaded copies of Hunters: Episode One and a version 1.1 update to their sci-fi turn based strategy games for iOS devices. Hunters: Episode One combines the quality and presentation of AAA console gaming with the mindset and mechanics of mobile gaming.
Players take on the role of the captain of an elite team of bounty hunters, being offered a variety of unique contracts every day. For a limited time from June 30th, Hunters: Episode One will be on sale. Check out the following press release for further details:
Guildford, United Kingdom – New studio “Rodeo Games” celebrates 500,000 downloaded copies of “Hunters: Episode One” with version 1.1 update and limited-time price drop. In the four months since it’s release, Hunters: Episode One has been played by over half a million iOS gamers. To celebrate, Rodeo Games are releasing their first update.
Entitled 1.1, this release features:
- Achievements and Leaderboards support with Game Center and OpenFeint
- New Environments
- New Daily Contracts
- Optimized Game Engine
- Refined and Improved in-game UI and touch controls
- New End Game Content and difficulty
Rodeo Games themselves have been nominated for two 2011 Develop Awards.
- Best New Studio
- Best Micro Studio
Hunters: Episode One sees players take on the role of the captain of an elite team of bounty hunters, being offered a variety of unique contracts every day. Hunters earn experience as they complete contracts in the turn based strategy game, gaining levels and access to more powerful weapons, equipment and talents.
Pricing and Availability
For a limited time from June 29th, Hunters: Episode One will be on sale. Hunters: Episode One is available worldwide in the App Store. $4.99 (USD) on the iPhone / iPod and $7.99 down to $2.99 on the iPad. Check it out over here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/rodeo-games/id415278463Powered by Sidelines
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