#1 iPhone Game Danger! Dodgeball is Now Free

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Robot Stampede smacks the iPhone game market today with a ginormous red rubber dodgeball by announcing Danger! Dodgeball Free. Following up on the #1 iPhone arcade game, Danger! Dodgeball Free lets players play the full featured game for no cost. Danger! Dodgeball Free for iOS is available today on iTunes.

The mighty sport of dodgeball just wants to be free.

Robot Stampede smacks the iPhone game market today with a ginormous red rubber dodgeball by announcing Danger! Dodgeball Free. Following up on the #1 iPhone arcade game, Danger! Dodgeball Free lets players play the full featured game for no cost. Danger! Dodgeball Free for iOS is available today on iTunes. More information and links to download at http://www.robotstampede.com.

“The mighty sport of dodgeball just wants to be free,” said Karim Sanjabi, Robot Stampede's Assistant Dodgeball Inflator.

Danger! Dodgeball Free is a unique tilt based game of no-rules Dodgeball. Take the sport to an entirely strange level with power-ups, curve-balls, multi-balls, shotgun balls, ginormous-balls, slippery banana attacks, blue health balls, and crunchy spray-painting taggers.

Re-live the childhood trauma of the dodgeball court, but this time you can be the dodgeball hero.

Power up with zany special attacks
Progressive difficulty, unlimited levels
Satisfying sounds of rubber balls smacking a bully's head
Game Center and Open Feint support
Original tilt based game
Training mode

Danger! Dodgeball Free is the full version of the game that is ad supported with the option to remove ads.

An ad-free version for iPad is also available in HD glory at: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/danger-dodgeball-hd/id387088040?mt=8

About Robot Stampede:
Robot Stampede became sentient in 2009 with its primary directive: to manufacture positive emotions though original video games. The robots spend most of their time doing important things like play-testing their games, and have hired a few human lackeys to do much of the menial labor such as vacuuming tubes, cleaning out keyboard jam, and crafting marketing flair.

The robots coerced Karim Sanjabi and Brian “Beej” Hall into permanent servitude. Both humans previously had worked for and with companies such as Freestyle Interactive / Carat, Electronic Arts, and Activision Blizzard.

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