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  FORMER WARNER BROS. DESIGNER ANNOUNCES PHANTOM FLOWER
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05/23/2014
 


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

Lawrence, Kan. – May 23, 2014 – Matt Cox, (Scribblenauts, Sticky Bees, Destroy All Humans, Returno) will bring a brand new experience to iOS and Android this Spring with the new title Phantom Flower.

Phantom Flower invites you to tap the poison raindrops to save the Phantom Flower!

As the good rain and poison rain intensity increases, how long can the player last before one red drop ruins the soil? Phantom Flower plays fast and intense on a beautiful noir backdrop. It’s easy to pick up, but chaos to master.

Gamers of all types can play on a quick break or play repeatedly for bragging rights on the Apple GameCenter or Amazon GameCircle leaderboards!

“Phantom Flower is my second entry in my ‘tiny addictions’ series,” said Cox. “I wanted to find a charming visual style and more chaos than my previous effort, but make it even more accessible for everyone.”

Phantom Flower will be available in the iTunes App Store on June 5th, 2014 for free on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad devices. It will also be available on all Android devices via Google Play or the Amazon App Store.

To view the preview teaser, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMfkNt62Dwg

Contact:

Matt Cox

findmattgames@gmail.com

www.findmattcox.com

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Developer Information

Matt Cox entered the game industry in 2006 as a game designer on the Destroy All Humans series for THQ and then was Lead Designer for 5TH Cell on the original, groundbreaking, multi-million selling Scribblenauts for the Nintendo DS. After moving back to Lawrence, KS in 2009 to start a non-traditional church, Matt continued to develop smaller games on the side including the critically well-received “Sticky Bees” for iOS.