Beijing (PRWEB) May 06, 2014
Days of Crime offers real-time player versus player battles on mobile, featuring a range of notorious gangs and set in locations around the world. It’s the latest free to play title from developer Happylatte, known for their hugely successful High Noon series (13+ million downloads).
The game is a first person, real-time player versus player shooter on mobile. “Players take on opponents from around the world in short one on one duels and battle their way up to become the world’s most feared gangster,” says Oliver Bulloss, Senior Product Manager for Days of Crime. Characters can be customised to represent one of five main gangs: Triads, Bikers, Mercenaries, Streetz, and Mafia. “Things that we’ve learned in the past helped us to take this game in a completely different direction.” Bulloss continues, “The visual style, available items and range of weapons are amazing. Days of Crime has a bad-ass uzi for example, which requires a unique way of shooting and reloading and literally sprays your opponent to dust.”
Besides the player versus player battles, the game also features missions where you fight NPC bosses to collect rewards and special items. There are millions of clothing items and facial styles in the game which allow for creation of truly unique characters. Bulloss emphasises this point by revealing a collaboration with several music artists in the coming weeks: “I don’t want to say too much about it yet, but we’re working with several artists and producers that fit with the style of the game. They’ll get their own unique characters representing them in the game, which players will run into as NPCs they can fight.”
The worldwide release of the game today is only the start of a busy month with Days of Crime activities. Most notably is a photo contest Happylatte will launch, in which they will hand out $10,000 in cash for the most “gangster” photograph someone will take of themselves and/or their friends. Stay tuned for more information about the contest by following DoC facebook fan page: http://www.facebook.com/daysofcrime.
Days of Crime is now available worldwide for free download here: