Javaground’s Xpressed Releases The Inferno Mobile Game on iPhone and Android

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After the successful launch of UniWar™ earlier this year, Javaground is releasing its second major mobile game called “The Inferno” for the iPhone and Android platforms with all other major mobile platforms to follow.

Gameplay in the first circle of Hell.

This new game demonstrates again our capability to self-publish high-quality games. It is also a testament to our efficient cross-platform technology that enables the quick deployment of mobile apps on a multitude of platforms.

Javaground’s publishing arm Xpressed announced today the release of its much anticipated mobile game called “The Inferno”. The game is a puzzler action-adventure game with a story inspired by the Divine Comedy from Italian poet Dante Alighieri. It contains 121 levels organized in five distinct circles for hours of fun. There are two distinct endings to the game based on whether the player finishes the game in less than four hours or not. A free version with in-app purchase of additional levels is also available to increase awareness of the game.

The game was developed entirely using the Javaground Xpress Suite™ which enabled the automatic creation of an Android port (Droid phone) similar in quality to the iPhone. It will be ported in the next few weeks on all the other platforms (J2ME, Brew, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, …) with the Xpress Suite™.

“We are proud to release our second major title on mobile platforms and hope it will do as well as our first title UniWar. This new game demonstrates again our capability to self-publish high-quality games. It is also a testament to our efficient cross-platform technology that enables the quick deployment of mobile apps on a multitude of platforms,” said Alex Kral, CEO and co-founder of Javaground.

The Inferno is downloadable from this link on iTunes.

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Alexandre Kral
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