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  Icy Tower 2 coming to Android
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11/29/2012
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Free Lunch Design today announced the upcoming Android version of Icy Tower 2. Fresh off a widely successful iOS release, the company has listened to the series’ fans and now seeks to win out on the Android platform as well.

    

Released for iOS less than three weeks ago, Icy Tower 2 has already been downloaded more than 1 million times. The game is currently a top 3 title in the Adventure game charts in 10 countries. 

The Icy Tower community has been vocal in social media, calling out for an Android version. Their outcries have not passed by unheard: an Android version is just around the corner.

Said Magnus Alm, CEO Free Lunch Design:

"We’re excited to finally bring Icy Tower to the Android platform. The success of the iOS version proves that the fans are eager to experience Icy Tower on the go. We won’t disappoint them.”

Icy Tower 2 for Android will be released before the Holiday season.

About Icy Tower

Icy Tower is an simple but elegant game that you can play over and over again. Help Harold the Homeboy reach the top of Icy Tower by jumping as high as possible without falling down. Originally released in 2001 the Icy Tower series is now available for PC, Mac, Java mobile devices, Facebook and iOS. More than 40 million people across the globe have so far played it.

About Free Lunch Design

Headquartered in Gothenburg Sweden, Free Lunch Design is a leading developer of internationally acclaimed games for multiple platforms. The company has produced more than 70 games for PC/Mac and iOS/Android, including the hits Icy Tower and the Dark Nebula series, played by over 45 million people all over the world. Free Lunch Design aims to keep innovate and develop games that will stick like glue in your hands, no matter what platform or genre.

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