Turn-based physics shooter featuring 50+ teams of unique characters has arrived!
Date:30/5/13? Play as punks, rockers, Emos, Soldiers, Cops and many more characters in the latest title from UK independent studio, RadiationBurn Ltd. Has been released on iTunes, Google Play and Kindle and will soon be on every major mobile platform including selected desktop computers.
With campaign and multiplayer modes, you can take on friends and opponents over the web in epic battles. The accuracy of your shooting is combined with a range of exciting weaponry to be victorious. Use chainsaw missiles, boxing glove bazookas and metal anvils to defeat enemies in this turn based strategy game. Invite friends to play via local Wi-Fi, twitter and Facebook to battle it out for the top spot in this cross platform fun!
Boomba has now been released, for more information and screen grabs or video footage visit www.boombagame.com Review copies are available upon request
BOOMBA! Is a social versus game created for mobile and desktop platforms.? This turn based physics shooter is completely unique and plays like no other. There are over 50+ different teams to choose from, with more to follow. Aimed at aged 7+ casual to medium game players, this title really is open to everyone. Some have described it as Angry Birds meets worms, it’s ideal for people who enjoy competing with their friends, use the latest mobile technology and like to play via social media.
RadiationBurn Ltd strives to provide fun and original IP for your enjoyment. The studio, founded in Middlesbrough 2010, creates fun and original titles of all sizes. Current titles include turn based physics shooter, Boomba, and fantasy tactics game The Living dungeon. The team are small and agile, punching way above their weight in content creation and technical ability.
The company was founded through winning the Microsoft Dreambuild Play Challenge, Old spice competition. A worldwide competition in which RadiationBurn Ltd were voted winners, by a panel of judges and the gaming public. The team are also behind retro shooter game: Bullet trap, which received several plaudits from various review organisations including, MTV multiplayer and IGN.