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  PRESS RELEASE Beartrap Games 26th August 2014
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08/26/2014
 


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

Beartrap Games are proud to announce that  Sky Patrol is now live and exclusive on the Windows Phone!

Available to download and play now,  Sky Patrol is an action packed strategic shooter that promises to provide an exhilarating and addictive challenge!

Featuring 50 explosive levels, masses of destructive weapons and hours of irresistible gameplay, this game will literally blow your mind!

With strategic weapon deployment and path creation, the player has direct control over offensive and defensive weapons in this intense shooter. The primary objective is to protect your allied convoy as it travels through enemy territory. It sounds pretty straight forward - until the studio promises that in the heat of battle there will be countless enemies and targets to take care of at the one time. It’s certainly not going to be easy, but the player will have a multitude of weapon types to play with – each more powerful and explosive than the last.

Gordon McLean, Technical Director at  Beartrap Games, commented “ In Sky Patrol, we really wanted to create a high quality game which we would both enjoy playing and showcases the quality which Beartrap Games’ delivers!

Gordon Added “ We’ve combined a couple of classic titles, added a real modern and fresh approach - and of course that essential Beartrap Games polish!

Partnering with the teams at Microsoft and AppCampus, this is the Scottish Studio’s first major release – and will be announcing their next exciting project very soon!

You can find  Sky Patrol on the Windows Phone Store  here !  iOS and Android versions will follow later this year.

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