Flicked Off at the Movies: Dream Bot Studios Releases Video Demonstration for the Mobile Game Application, Announces It's Giving Out Free Version

Dream Bot Studios has scheduled to release its "Flicked Off at the Movies" game very soon. And to help gamers fully enjoy it, the company published a video demonstration for it and announces the availability of the free version of it.

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The company set to have it sold at $0.99. However, for family, friends and anybody who will like the company's Facebook page, the game is for free.

Miami, FL (PRWEB) November 19, 2012

Dream Bot Studios has finally completed its Flicked Off at the Movies mobile application. And to help gamers enjoy it to the fullest, the company published a video demonstration of the game. Additionally, it announced that anyone now has a chance to get the mobile app without having to pay a penny.

The said video demo was particularly posted on the official website of Dream Bot Studios. It featured the voice of Markus Skupeika, the company's CEO. Through it, Skupeika briefed the gamers about the goals, elements and levels of the game. Additionally, he shared with them techniques on how to become the ultimate “Flicked Off at the Movies” player.

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Specifically, in the demo, Skupeika introduced the game as a great and fun way to past time with. For anybody who got nothing to do, it basically makes a great source of entertainment with its funny and silly animation and sound effects.

As the CEO explained, the purpose of the game is to piss off the movie goers at the front of the screen enough to make them call the usher and later the “bosses.” To do that, the player, who is behind the movie theater, will have to throw on the movie goers a number of different things. Among those weapons that they could use are candies, pop corn, pizza, soda and even a mobile phone. Each has an effect to whoever it hits and every hit made equates to certain points for the gamer.

The “bosses” mentioned earlier basically determine the level the player is in. In the demo, Skupeika gave two examples of them, the movie usher for the first level and the bodyguard for the second level. And needless to say the higher the level is the more difficult it is to defeat the “boss.”

Flicked Off at the Movies is basically just one of Dream Bot Studios' mobile games scheduled for release very soon. The company set to have it sold at $0.99. However, for family, friends and anybody who will like the company's Facebook page, the game is for free.

Like the DreamBotStudios Facebook Page Now and Get Your Flicked Off at the Movies Free Version Today!


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