URBANA, IL– January 28, 2011– Radiangames is proud to announce its seventh game, Ballistic, is now available for download through Xbox Live Indie Games on the Xbox 360 for 80 MSP ($1). Ballistic is the final game in the highly-rated monthly Radiangames series.
Ballistic features insanely fast and thrilling twin-stick action along with local co-op, 9 game-changing ship enhancements, infinite waves, 5 unique challenges, online scoreboards (Xbox Live Gold membership required), and literally thousands of explosions per minute.
In addition to being available directly through the Games Marketplace on Xbox 360 consoles, the game can be queued for download at the Xbox 360 Marketplace site:
“Ballistic brings together the best of my previous monthly games in one extremely-polished package,” said Luke Schneider of Radiangames.“It’s a fitting send off for my monthly XBLIG series.? It’s been an absolute pleasure working with XNA and the 360.? Though sales haven’t allowed me to continue the series further, I still hope to return to the 360 later this year with some even bigger and better games”
The Ballistic launch trailer is viewable here:
The Ballistic soundtrack is available for free streaming or a $1.99 download here:
Finally, to learn more about how the visuals in Ballistic and the other games in the series were done, the following article explains it all:
Formed in early 2010, Radiangames is devoted to creating a series of small and compelling downloadable games.? The Radiangames series is available through Xbox Live Indie Games.? Radiangames was founded by 12-year industry veteran Luke Schneider, who previously worked on the award-winning Red Faction and Descent series.? Follow Radiangames using Facebook or Twitter, or learn more at the radiangames.com website.
The previous 6 games in the monthly Radiangames series include JoyJoy, Crossfire, Inferno, Fluid, Fireball, and Crossfire 2.
Radiangames next project, Super Crossfire, is coming soon to PC/Mac and iOS devices.
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