I mean it's not like throwing stars grow on trees. And a quality katana? Forget about it!
West Palm Beach, Florida (PRWEB) January 11, 2009
DS Media Labs' (http://www.dsmedialabs.com) new application Sounds of Fury is now available in the iTunes App Store. Sounds of Fury is an entertainment application which allows the user to master the dark arts of the Ninja. For $.99, stealth, speed, surprise and the deadly weapons of the ninja are now available to iPhone and iPod touch users wherever they are: home, office, subway, or automobile.
The current economic situation in the United States and the world has contributed to the creation of this application.
"Who can afford a good shuriken nowadays?" Sounds of Fury designer Mike Dasch laments, "I mean it's not like throwing stars grow on trees. And a quality katana? Forget about it!"
Ben Stahlhood, Director of Development, and the mastermind behind Sounds of Fury observes, "Through extensive research we have determined that second only to being a super hero, the average guy on the street wishes he was a ninja. We set out to make that dream come true - and to do it in an economically and culturally inclusive way. Everyone can be a ninja. It's beautiful."
The altruistic vision of DS Media Labs, "Everyone can be a ninja," has captured the hearts and imaginations of people around the world. While it has only been available to the public for a few short days, the application has already received rave reviews.
Raven Zachary, a Sounds of Fury ninja, states, "I now have another reason for my kids to fight over my iPhone... literally. Sounds of Fury is a fun app that will, no doubt, lead to increased ninja activity in my household."
Sounds of Fury is now available on the iTunes App Store. "Release your inner Ninja."
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