Sweden, February 8, 2008 -- Independent game developer KarjaSoft proudly announces the release of Spandex Force, a tongue-in-cheek puzzle game with RPG elements.
Spandex Force is a superhero-themed puzzle game that lets the player create his or her own hero to clean up the crime-infested town of Vigilance Valley. The game features many different kinds of minigames, including, but not limited to match-3 battles in which common criminals and wacky supervillains must be defeated. The battles are similar to those of last year's hit game Puzzle Quest, but feature superpowers rather than magical spells.
Other minigames let the player swoop in to rescue old ladies about to get run over, stop falling pianos from crushing innocent bystanders, or bring back runaway pets. Focus has been put on delivering a varied set of puzzles, and presenting the game in a tongue-in-cheek manner that pokes fun at superhero cliches. The player can also customize his or her hero and equip different superpowers,accessories, and weapons.
Spandex Force is available for Windows and Mac. More information, screenshots and downloads can be found at the official webpage:
- Ten exciting minigames to play
- Eight episodes of heroic action
- 24 super powers to learn
- Eight wacky super villains to defeat
- Equip your hero with capes and other accessories
1 GHz CPU, 256 MB RAM, 32 MB graphics card with OpenGL support. Windows 2000 or higher, or Mac OS X 10.3.9 or higher.
KarjaSoft started developing casual computer games in 2006. The first release was the fluffy arcade game Sheeplings in 2007, followed by Spandex Force in February 2008. Current plans involve world-wide market domination in superhero puzzle/RPG games by 2009.
NOTE TO EDITORS: A full version of Spandex Force is available upon request. Contact Miro Karjalainen at email@example.com.