Iridium Studios announces Lunasee
LOS ANGELES, CA, September 3rd, 2014 – Iridium Studios, developer of the critically acclaimed Sequence and the highly anticipated There Came an Echo, has announced a mobile title, Lunasee. Lunasee is a VR exclusive developed in partnership with Sumsung and Oculus, and it will be totally free because Iridium likes making games a lot and it’s not a big deal.
“Honestly, we were just bored on Sundays,” said Jason Wishnov, CEO of Iridium Studios. “Football season hadn’t started yet, so what else were we going to do? Exercise? Please. We’re proud to do our part to advance humanity toward exploring virtual worlds and subsisting on feeding tubes in only the barest fading semblance of a fulfilling human life.”
The game uses a betting mechanic that has players race for a high score, shooting down flying targets in an environment totally not similar in any way to anything named Tron. The player uses the touchpad on the side of the device to fire bursts of energy definitely not reminiscent of a mutant with a name anywhere even close to Cyclops.
Iridium Studios is full of charming and handsome people, and this game is free and awesome, so people should probably download it.
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About Iridium Studios
Iridium Studios was founded in 2009 by Jason Wishnov in Los Angeles, California. Dedicated to unique gameplay concepts, the company finished its first game, Sequence, and went on to work on the upcoming voice-controlled strategy game, There Came an Echo. Utilizing the wealth of talent in the Hollywood area, and bringing aboard talented artists and musicians, Iridium Studios quickly completed its first title. Iridium has been featured at Joystiq, Kotaku, Polygon, The Verge, CinemaBlend, Eurogamer, Gamasutra, and EDGE Magazine.