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January 30, 2013

Evil Robot Press Release

Newbie developer Nikki Ussery is proud to announce that on January 04, 2013 Evil Robot was added to the iOS App Store for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Evil Robot combines retro pixel Gameboy style graphics with accurate and precise touch controls that anyone can pick up and play. This exciting new puzzle adventure game has a cute design and fashionable throw-back feel with the design.

The game begins with the Evil Robot holding your girlfriend hostage in the grasp of his gigantic hand. Our hero has to rescue her by avoiding the falling blocks and defeating the Evil Robot. Players take control of the on-screen button and must help guide him left, right and jumping around pushing and stacking falling blocks together.

The task is not that simple, he must avoid the falling blocks from crashing down on him while arranging the blocks to create a solid platform to advance to the next line. 100 lines to reach the Evil Robot make this game a long and challenging game each time with different game play. The challenge doesn’t stop there... once you complete 100 lines you have to complete several more to defeat the Evil Robot.

Easy to learn and intuitive to play, Evil Robot is hard to put down. This truly is addictive game play.


100 lines of action, collect coins, extra life bonus, custom sound track, pixel graphics, local high-score

About Nikki Ussery

A new developer to the app community, Nikki has been interested in gaming like most guys, but as a secret passion He is more intrigued by the development and design process of games. In 2012 Nikki stepped up to the plate to take a swing at becoming an appreneur.

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