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Mobile application development company Dream Bot Studios is scheduled to release a new game. However, ahead of its official release, the company decided to give out a version of it free of charge.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 07, 2012
Mobile application development company Dream Bot Studios has a new game out soon. However, before its official launching, the company decided to treat the public with the free version of it.
Particularly, “Flicked Off at the Movies” is a one-player, multi-level game. Its setting is at a movie theater where a player has to throw at the people at the front of the screen. The goal is to piss them off until they get the usher to escort you out of the cinema.
However, the game's twist is that it doesn't end with the entry of the usher. The gamer also has to piss him off before the timer ends to get to the next level.
The things the player could throw to the people at the front of the screen are basically his weapon. That weapon could either be a popcorn, candy, tissue paper, soda, bubblegum or even a mobile phone. Each of those weapons has an equivalent point and effect on the target. And so, a player must know each of them well to identify which is the best to use for whom.
Nonetheless, the player is not the only person who got a power in the game. The usher, who could be different in various levels, also got a power that he could you use to defend himself from the attack of the gamer.
Made to be a fun game with hilarious and silly animations and sound effects, “Flicked Off at the Movies” was actually scheduled to be released at $0.99. However, for Dream Bot Studios' family and friends, it decided to give out the mobile game for free. Apart from them, it also decided to give the game without charge to anybody who would like its Facebook fan page.
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