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

February 28, 2014, Austin, TX

For Immediate Release.

Waking Mars is two years old!  That makes it the year 2099, and .. what’s that?  You still haven’t explored Lethe cavern to interact with the mysterious lifeforms that have been discovered on Mars?? 

Now is your chance!  For a limited time, you can pick up this critically acclaimed game of the year at rock bottom prices on all platforms!   You hear that?  Those are the secrets of Mars calling to you!

iOS App Store & Google Play - only 99 space pennies!

PC, Mac, Linux ( Steam, GoG, and Tiger Style’s website) - only $1.99 in space bucks!

Years after its successful launch in spring of 2012, Waking Mars is still receiving acclaim from reviewers and praise from new fans for its uniquely thoughtful and non-violent take on sci-fi action gaming and its high quality, big console, Metroidvania style experience brought effectively to mobile devices and home computers.  To date, Waking Mars has sold over 500,000 copies across all platforms, delighting gamers across our planet.

Keep an eye out for Tiger Style’s next title, Spider: Rite of the Shrouded Moon (, coming to iOS, Android, PC, Mac, Linux, and possibly more platforms later this year! 

Praise for Waking Mars

“A remarkably unique experience .. mastery of the game hinges on creation and harmony.”

- TouchArcade, 2012 Game of the Year

“The game grows around you .. deep and rich, like ivy.”

Rock Paper Shotgun

"Surprisingly thoughtful, delightfully atmospheric, smartly written, carefully designed .. it gradually unfolds its secrets without holding your hand."

- 5/5 – Quarter to Three

“A science-fiction epic that's a delight to explore, and rewarding to play.”

- 9/10 – Pocket Gamer

“Thousands of video games ask you to take life, but very few ask you to create it.”

- 9.1/10 – Paste Magazine

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