I’ve always believed that some sort of life might exist in space. Putting Curiosity on Mars is an incredible achievement in space exploration. But what if it angered some form of extraterrestrial life? That led to my idea for the game.
Springfield, Illinois (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
Join players around the world in a fast and furious battle of Pi in the sky. Angered by NASA Mars rover Curiosity’s exploration of space, Pi has unleashed a battalion of ships to destroy the Earth, and exert its dominance over the universe. It takes intellect and speed to defeat these space invaders, bent on waging a sky attack.
Motivated by NASA’s rover Curiosity’s exploration of Mars, developer Onionhaus introduces its free debut game “Pi Attack,” which is now available for the iPhone in the iTunes App Store
Pi Attack is a fun game for all ages (4+), and easy to play. The first alien Pi ship appears on screen, displaying its power with a number, and tentatively drops toward Earth. The only way to destroy it is by reducing its power to zero, using an easy number pad to add or subtract. When ship’s power equals zero, it dies. Once a ship is killed, more ships appear, and fall even faster. Scores increase every time a ship is killed. The game ends when a ship touches Earth. The top 100 scores appear on a global leaderboard.
About Onionhaus, LLC
Founded in 2012, Onionhaus specializes in creating games for mobile platforms. We are motivated and passionate about developing fun, unique, and innovative content for all age groups in this growing market.