New “Mr. Beam” from Antidot/Attic Uses Astonishing 2D Graphics Rendering Engine to Create Unique, Exciting and Addictive Puzzle & Platform App

Mr. Beam from Antidot and Attic transports users to the dark, mysterious Temple of the Ancients, where they must solve tricky puzzles, shrewdly perform actions, navigate labyrinths, avoid traps and defeat monsters – and all while ensuring that they stay in the light at all times and avoid the dark. The app features 22 levels and 5 game modes, and is available now in the App Store for iPhone and iPad.

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Mister Beam available now for iPhone and iPad

Mr. Beam is a delightful blend of two popular genres – platform and puzzle – and designed to immerse users in a world inspired by classic adventure movies that are full of mystery and excitement.

Cupertino, CA (PRWEB) July 10, 2014

After nine months of meticulous work by a team of passionate developers from firms Antidot and Attic, iOS users around the world who want to transport themselves to a world of intrigue, mystery, action and fun, can now head to the App Store and download the highly anticipated new app Mr. Beam.

Crafted with an astonishing 2D graphics rendering engine that unleashes stunningly beautiful backgrounds and smooth, seamless animation, Mister Beam invites users to leave their everyday existence, and enter the dark, mysterious Temple of the Ancients, which is inspired by classic adventure films like Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.

Once inside, they must solve a variety of ingenious puzzles, engage in exciting platform-style action, and navigate labyrinths of light in order to discover treasures and move forward through all 22 levels and 5 game modes.

And to add to the challenge, there are also numerous traps and angry monsters that must be shrewdly avoided, neutralized or defeated. Plus, users need to constantly ensure that they stay under a light source at all times, or face a hilarious, yet gruesome death.

In addition to its astonishing graphics and ideal blend of action and analysis, Mr.Beam also features:

  • Progressively challenging gameplay that starts easy and becomes mindbendingly tricky, which helps users build their skills and ensures that they’ll never get bored
  • Powerful, gripping and unforgettable music that adds drama and excitement
  • Exceptional sound effects that are perfect for the app’s dark, yet fun and thrilling feel

“Mr. Beam is a delightful blend of two popular genres – platform and puzzle – and designed to immerse users in a world inspired by classic adventure movies that are full of mystery and excitement,” commented Yves Ducreuzet of the joint Antidot and Attic development team. “And yes, while the hero of our app is a bit on the stupid side, that’s actually something that makes him even more likeable. Really, who needs Indiana Jones when you have Mr. Beam?”

Mr. Beam, which uses an astonishing 2D graphics rendering engine to create a unique, exciting and addictive puzzle and platform app, is available now for iPhone and iPad from the App Store at https://itunes.apple.com/app/mister-beam/id883406549.

Additional app information, including video demos, screenshots and more, is available at http://www.mister-beam.com.

For all other information or media inquiries, contact Mark Johnson on behalf of Antidot/Attic Corporation at +1 408 757 0156 or press (at)appshout(dot)com.

About the Executive Producer: Antidot

Antidot is an IT services company founded in 1999 in Brussels.

From design to operations through the development; Antidot provides with agility and professionalism, web and mobile solutions for institutions, associations and companies.

About the Developers : Attic

The Attic consists of a passionate development team including Yves Ducreuzet, Thomas Marcotte and Renaud Berger who bring their extensive skills and experience together to collaborate on game design, development and visuals.


Contact

  • Mark Johnson
    appshout! on behalf of Antidot / Attic
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  • Yves Ducreuzet
    Antidot / Attic

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