Legendary Gremlin label’s fantastic new bouncing action-puzzle game out now exclusively on the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad through digital publisher Urbanscan
Sheffield, UK - 29th August 2011 - The eagerly awaited first game from the new 'Gremlin Presents' label, Bounder’s World for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, is now on the App Store. Bounder's World is exclusively available for iOS through digital publisher Urbanscan.
Bounder’s World is a 21st Century re-imagining of the classic ball bouncing retro game Bounder, with fluid motion controls, 3D Retina display graphics and utterly addictive gameplay. Your challenge is to bounce Bounder from the start line to the finish line, collecting stars, landing on targets, destroying buildings and collecting bonuses, all while avoiding nasty traps and vertigo-inducing falls!
Bounder’s World features:
• 144 Levels across three colourful worlds
• Smooth motion controls and a remixed soundtrack
• Four different game modes - including Speed and Demolition
• Game Center integration including leaderboards and achievements
• Two-player head-to-head speed challenges via Bluetooth
• Updates on the way with more levels and features
“Bounder’s World keeps the fun, addictive gameplay of the original Bounder , but adds all the superb features of the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch," said Director of Urbanscan and founder of Gremlin Graphics, Ian Stewart. " I’m sure everyone who plays it will love it as much as we do.”
Bounder's World is now available for $0.99/€0.79/?0.69 from the App Store for iPhone and iPod touch or at www.itunes.com/appstore Bounders World HD is available for $4.99/€3.99/?2.99 from the App Store for iPad or at www.itunes.com/appstore
For all the latest news and videos, become a fan of Gremlin Presents and Bounder’s World on Facebook, follow @gremlinpresents and @boundersworld on Twitter, and subscribe to the Bounder’s World channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/BoundersWorld
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Urbanscan is a digital publisher established by industry veteran Ian Stewart to exploit a portfolio of intellectual properties owned by the company including historic Gremlin titles such as Premier Manager, as well as creating exciting new IPs.