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  Heavy Shooter released on mobile
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05/12/2014
 


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

Canadian game developer Brutal Studio has released its second game title on Android & iOS, with Heavy Shooter. A post apocalypse first person shooter game where you are a rogue female assassin and killing is your duty. Shoot it out in four different battle fields; War Zone, Radiation, Crash Site and Quarantine. Accumulate skulls in game and upgrade your assault weapon and game perks. Your shooter skills will be put to test on the front line! Clear waves of enemies, unlock new levels and complete side challenges.

The studio has a long history of parody games, noticeably with their celebrity fighting series; The Brawl, with their most recent being ported to mobile; Epic Celeb Brawl – Featuring Miley Cyrus https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.ECBMileyCyrusAndroid.

The studio hopes to create a new shooting game series with this first installment. “We’ve balance the game so that players can have fun playing for free. Giving them the liberty of buying items in the game, without excessive advertising. Players also have the option to view videos ads, if they like, in exchange for in-game skulls, which can be used to purchase upgrades and perks. But if players prefer quick satisfaction they can always buy a game pack for a small fee and unlock all items and remove all ads. We believe that players should not be pushed into buying several times over for items."

Download Heavy Shooter now; https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.HeavyShooterAndroid  and look out for a new celebrity fighting game to come soon on Android and iOS, followed by a sequel to Heavy Shooter.