PRLog - May 17, 2012 - CARLSBAD, Calif. -- Android and iPhone application development world has a new member, as Appstellation enters the frame to make its mark with its debut release, Angry Temple Gorilla.
16th May - Appstellation, a new name in the application development world has announced its arrival with the Android based game, Angry Temple Gorilla. Released on 26th April, 2012, the game has already seen more than 16,000 downloads and earned rave reviews from the gamers.
This colorful escapade is about a gorilla that goes by the name of Coco Jingo. He comes from the jungle, Bongo Land where he lives in isolation in his temple called the Holy Coconut Temple. Enjoying the divine coconuts he gets to eat every day, Coco Jingo is quite content with his life. That however changes when other inhabitants of the forest decide to intrude on his privacy and raid the temple for those heavenly coconuts. The plan doesn’t go down too well with Jingo of course and he devises his own scheme to tackle the intruders. This is what the game is about, Jingo and his quest to protect the temple he lives in from the outsiders.
Amidst great visual graphics, Jingo makes use of various tools to stop the invaders from getting into the temple. Ants, alligators, lizards and turtles, there are a lot of enemies to deal with but Jingo is ready to fight them all by using the coconuts as his weapon to hit them with. It will take an attempt or two initially to understand the game better but once you get the hang of it and get into the character of Jingo, firing those coconuts at the pesky enemies as they sneak up on you will all turn into one addictive gaming experience. The game has a lot of color, vibrancy and a variety of challenging levels that will keep you completely hooked.
Angry Temple Gorilla is certainly a welcome addition to the Android market. The CEO of Appstellation said, “With the launch of Angry Temple Gorilla, we have tried to provide a different gaming experience for our users to enjoy. We want to be known as a company that makes a difference to the application development market with innovative ideas. The feedback about the game has been very positive which means we are on the right track. We promise we will not stop till we become a force to be reckoned with in the market.”
Angry Temple Gorilla has been rated as a five star game by numerous users. Lucas, who played the game on his HTC Wildfire, claimed that it was addictive. “Once I got the hang of it I kept going, wanting to cross one level after the other!” If comments like these are any indication then it certainly looks like Appstellation has announced its arrival in style.