Teaser trailer for Heavy Rockets, a low polygon cave shooter game by Finnish mobile game company
Heavy Rockets is a modern cave shooter game. Fans of the classic game genre, will finally be able to enjoy this gravity defying treat with their modern iOS devices and later also with Mac OS X. The iOS version of Heavy Rockets will be released in spring 2014.
In the Race mode, your job is just simply to fly through the race track as quickly as you can. Best lap times are rewarded with cool additional features and extra weapons, so hurry up! You can race against your own time, or against your friends time. In time shifted multiplayer mode, you will be able to see your friends lap re-created on the screen, and you can race against the ships ghost. Real time multiplayer mode is also available via shared wifi.
After achieving everything there is in the race mode, it's time to head up to the battle field. The rules are simple, the last man flying is the winner. You can team up with friends or battle head to head with just one friend. You can have 2-4 players battling in the caves in teams of 1-3 players. Select your favorite weapons and blow your opponents to bits and pieces. Multiplayer battle takes place over a shared wifi.
Controlling your rocket in a hazardous environment is never easy. If this is you first cave flyer shooter experience, getting to know the controls can be a little tricky at first. But not to worry, with a little practice your rocket will be soon directed by millimeter precision to the desired locations, and you will be able to fly through the tracks with full speed. There are two sets of controls. One designed specially for iPhone, and one for iPad. In the OS X version, controlling is done with your keyboard.
ABOUT DEVELOPERS AND MAJASALMI LTD
Heavy rockets has been created by a development team of two. Jukka is in charge of graphics, sounds, music and all general design. Markus creates the game, and is in charge of programming and design. Previously the same team has published AirCassette cassette player application that received good comments in New York Times, Wired and Gizmodo after it was published.
Majasalmi Ltd is an independent mobile application development company based in Espoo, Finland.