2 nd March 2013
For immediate release
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Atomicom is announcing today that it has been working with the PlayStation«Mobile SDK on a sequel to their hit mobile title Switch. Originally released in July 2011 , Switch has gone on to be downloaded over 1.7m times worldwide and most recently spent Christmas 2012 in the number 1 spot on Blackberry World tm.
Switch Galaxy will be available on March 6 th and will retail atú1.99 GBP&$2.49 USD on Playstation « VITA and Playstation « certified devices.
The game stays true to the original but expands to offer the player vastly improved graphics, ship upgrades, power-ups, pick-ups and a level based story mode along with the original survival mode that proved so popular.
The game will be available as a limited exclusive on PlayStation«Mobile with subsequent versions of the game launching for iOS, Blackberry, Android, PC and Mac in May.
Atomicom’s Managing Director Gary Nichols comments,“Our fans really took Switch to heart and due to its simplicity and high-speed reaction gameplay, it has always been a very popular title. We always wanted to do more with it and had many people contacting us asking for new features and improvements. As we had so many ideas for a sequel, when the opportunity to work with Sony on Switch Galaxy came along we jumped at the chance. It’s a great platform and we’re proud to have a title launching on PlayStation«Mobile.”
For more information visit www.switchgalaxy.com
For more information, contact Gary Nichols, Atomicom’s Managing Director email@example.com
Notes to Editors:
About Atomicom Limited:
With offices in Liverpool, United Kingdom , the company was established in 2010 after operating as Playbox since 2005 where the team created console and handheld games for the likes of SEGA and Ubisoft. Atomicom was established to take advantage of the upturn of smartphones and apps and move away from pure console development. The company features a highly experienced development team with complete cross-platform technology and a growing publishing arm. Atomicom also works with leading distributors and manufacturers worldwide and has launched 8 products across multiple formats with a further 2 titles in development.