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-- Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders bringt WWII-Luftschlacht exklusiv auf Apple-Mobilgeräte

LOS ANGELES, 29. Nov. 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Atypical Games, der führende Entwickler von Kampfflug-Games für mobile Geräte, hat heute bekanntgegeben, dass der Nachfolger des unglaublich erfolgreichen Sky Gamblers™:  Air Supremacy auf iTunes erhältlich ist.  Mit Sky Gamblers™:  Storm Raiders werden virtuelle Piloten ihre Kampfjets und ihr Zielradar für die unerbittlichen Luftschlachten und Bombensalven des Zweiten Weltkriegs eintauschen. Hier kann man die App käuflich erwerben: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sky-gamblers-storm-raiders/id574375380?ls=1&mt=8

Von den Machern von Sky Gamblers™:  Air Supremacy wird zu Sky Gamblers™: Storm Raiders und bietet Grafiken in Konsolenqualität mit fantastischen Details des Terrains, der Spielphysik und einem präzisen Kollisions- und Gefechtsschadensystem – alles an multiplen, realistischen Standorten. Die Missionen finden an exakt nachgebildeten Szenerien wie Pearl Harbor, Midway, britische Dover-Küste, französische Calais-Küste, auf den Marianen-Inseln und anderen echten Gefechtsorten des Zweiten Weltkriegs statt. Durch die Nachbildung ganzer Städten mit Tausenden von Gebäuden und einer Vielzahl von bekannten Orientierungspunkten erwacht die vergangene Welt zum Leben, wenn die Spieler ihren Flug antreten – und all das in höchster Auflösung, entwickelt für Geräte mit Retina-Display. 

Während der Einzelspieler-Modus verschiedene Pilotenmissionen anbietet – von der Verteidigung von Städten bis zur Bombardierung von Zügen – war die Mehrspieler-Action immer charakteristisch für  die Sky Gamblers-Serie. Bei der Einführung wird der Spieletitel traditionelle Spielmodi wie Team Death-Match (Teamkampf auf Leben und Tod), Capture The Flag (Erobere-die-Flagge), Survival (Überleben) und Free-For-All (Jeder-gegen-Jeden) bieten. Außerdem zeichnet sich das Spiel durch zwei brandneue Spielmodi aus, Assault (Angriff) und Competitive Free-Flight (Freiflug-Wettbewerb). Spieler können sogar Screenshots und ihre Spielergebnisse direkt auf Facebook posten und mit Bestenlisten ebenfalls direkt auf Facebook oder Twitter glänzen. 

Da all diese Elemente Platz auf den Apple iOS-Geräten brauchen, wurde iCloud-Unterstützung integriert, damit Spieler Fortschritte über mehrere Geräte speichern und teilen können, während AirPlay ihnen ermöglicht, das Spiel auf dem großen Display eines Apple TVs zu spielen. Für weitere Informationen über Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders, besuchen Sie bitte www.atypicalgames.com/StormRaiders.

Über Atypical Games

Das in Kalifornien beheimatete Unternehmen Atypical Games wurde von einer Gruppe leidenschaftlicher Video-Game-Entwickler gegründet und hat eine frische Perspektive in die Spielepublikation gebracht. Der Schwerpunkt verlagerte sich wieder auf das Spielererlebnis und die echten Stärken des Game-Designs. Deshalb verpflichtet sich Atypical, dem Publikum hochwertige Spiele von exzellenter Qualität zu bieten. Die Entwickler von Atypical sind die Macher von Sky Gamblers™:  Air Supremacy und gelten als die führenden Entwickler von Kampfflug-Spielen für mobile Geräte.

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