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HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill., July 11, 2013 -- High
Voltage Software, Inc. announced today the release of
Le Vamp, an adorable gothic-themed endless runner game, now
available on Android devices.
Le Vamp is a restless French vampire
child who charges headstrong outside, obliviously looking for
someone to play with amidst the dangers of sunlight, quirky
monsters, and a mob of enraged townsfolk wielding pitchforks and
Le Vamp offers a novel twist on the endless runner game
genre. Rather than controlling the vampire directly, the player
manipulates other elements in the game to help Le Vamp traverse the
world. Simple, addictive gestures allow players to protect the
safety of what may be the world's cutest prince of darkness.
The critically-acclaimed game has already
garnered the prestigious Editor's Choice in the App Store, as well
as rave reviews from both the living and undead.
Chief Creative Officer Eric
Nofsinger said, "Le Vamp has seen a phenomenal response from
the iTunes community, so we knew we had to give Android user the
same experience. It doesn't hurt that Le Vamp is as cute as
The game, currently available on the
Google Play Store and Amazon Appstore for Android, mixes
wonderfully cute artistry and engaging gameplay, and has been
awarded glowing reviews from USA Today, 148Apps, Modojo,
Macworld, and many others.
For $.99, Le Vamp may just be worth
sinking your teeth into.
Pricing and Availability: Le Vamp
is $0.99 (or equivalent amount in other currencies) on
Google Play and Amazon Appstore for Android
Language Support: English, French,
German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
- Requires Android 2.0 or later
- Playable on the Samsung Galaxy SIII and Galaxy S4, Nexus 7,
Kindle Fire HD, and all other compatible Android devices
- Utilizes Google Play Game Services
additional information and screenshots.
High Voltage Software: Based in the
vibrant Chicago suburb of Hoffman Estates, High
Voltage Software employs 75 of the game industry's most talented
individuals, and has been the leading independent game development
studio in the Midwest for over 20 years.
Media Contact: Susan Bishop, High Voltage Software,
847-490-9567 Ext. 225,
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