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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
10 June 2011
SCOTLAND, UNITED KINGDOM - 10 June 2011. iNCEPTIONAL and Vmlweb have jointly released both iZone and iLectronz Free, on the Mac App Store and App Store respectively, as work continues on an updated version of iLectronz that contains new level packs, alternative control challenges, extra skins and themes, and enhancements across the board.
iZone is a fast paced arcade action game designed to test your reflexes and hand-eye co-ordination. It's about getting in the zone and staying in the zone...The iZone.
This is an early prototype of the iPhone game iLectronz and has been made available to Mac users for free to promote iLectronz. They are also welcome to check out iLectronz free too, as a time limited promotion on the App Store (for iPhone/iPod/
iLectronz is a retro style arcade action game that requires precise hand-eye co-ordination and fast reflexes.
Players blast an electron through a circuit grid and see how much energy they can generate without blowing a fuse or crashing along the way. It's easy to pick up and play but difficult to truly master.
The game features 9 increasingly difficult levels and an Infinite Mode for extra replay value where the goal is to compete for high scores. Include Game Center Integration, Local and Global Leaderboards and Achievements.
For more information on both iZone and iLectronz visit their App Store pages at:
iNCEPTIONAL is an indie developer from Scotland, United Kingdom, currently working on various games for the iPhone, iOS and Mac platforms. We aim to create original games with a focus on high quality that offer gamers a great gameplay experience and lots of fun.
For more information about iNCEPTIONAL go to www.inceptional.com
Vmlweb is an indie developer creating games and utilities for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Mac. We aim to keep our prices low while creating the best experience for the user.
For more information about Vmlweb got to www.vmlweb.co.uk
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