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  Stampede 3D Announced for iOS!
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Melbourne, Australia -- January 24, 2013 -- Stampede 3D Announced for iPad and iPhone, brings elements of games like Diablo and League of Legends to the causal realm in a title packed with fast-paced arcade survival action rendered in toon style 3D.

Stampede 3D is planned an App Store release on the 7th of February 2013

Youtube Gameplay:

Game Website;

Stampede 3D brings a unique blend of influences to mobile gaming, taking the perspective and controls of games like Diablo or League of Legends and blending them with the survival gameplay of pac-man or bullet-hell. Players can use spells and perform precise movements to path their way between charging enemies. This creates unique and intense dodge-skill gameplay mechanic, similar to that found in bullet-hell shoot-em-ups.

The game progresses through a series of short stages where survival becomes increasingly difficult. New types of enemies are progressively added into the mix, archetypes such as invincible enemies, homing enemies and large boss enemies.

To face the increasing intensity of the stampede players can raise their power to fight and escape their foes by using level-ups to upgrade their spells and abilities or by unlocking new characters.

Players can also interact with their environment in order to survive, throw special enemies off your trail by triggering a falling log or leading them into a trap.

The game features:

-3 Unique playable characters

-Varied Enemy types

-Multiple World themes

-Over 20 Levels to complete

-20 unlocks

-Toon style 3D graphics

Stampede 3D is planned for an App Store release on the 7th of February 2013 but promo codes for the finished game can be given out freely to any member of the press now.

About Flyleap:

Flyleap Studios is the name chosen for two man indie game dev team Leigh Jackson and Paul Jancar. The two had a moment in the spotlight in 2009, receiving press from Joystick, PC Gamer and many European publications for their popular Fantasy Half-Life 2 MOD ‘Kingdoms Collide’

Now, developing iOS titles, the team plans to grow in experience and reputation before producing a commercial PC sequel to 'Kingdoms Collide' called 'Kingdoms Rise'


If you would like to be the first to review Stampede please feel free to contact Leigh any time to organize getting a free copy of the game.


For media such as screenshots, gameplay videos and art people check out the Media section of the official site here;