...it [Flicked Off at the Movies] is free for family, friends and anybody who like their Facebook fan page.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 20, 2012
Amazon is now a mobile application contender. Earlier this month, it launched its first ever mobile game. But it's not just the online company that recently entered the mobile apps realm. Dream Bot Studios also joined in earlier this month with it's Flicked Off at the Movies game.
Based on a report from cnet.com, Amazon's first mobile game is called Air Patriots. Basically, it is an air strike game where in the gamer will have to command a squad of planes. To play it, one will need to move his or her finger around the screen to draw paths for the planes. The paths must be strategically made to defend the territory and defeat the enemies.
The game has 28 levels and 7 different maps. It allows the player to have 13 different types of planes at the start of the game. Victories enable the gamer to gain gears and unlock more battlefields and planes. Points could give a player medal of honor either as a rookie, pro or veteran.
Meanwhile, Dream Bot Studios' “Flicked Off at the Movies” is set at a movie theater. The goal of it is to piss off the people at the front of the screen enough for them to call the “bosses.” Players could annoy their targets by throwing at them weapons of candies, popcorn, soda, toilet paper, gum and even a mobile phone with corresponding points.
The people and the boss must be beaten by the player within the time allotted to go to the next level. Each character to annoy is made with hilarious sound effects and silly animation for an appealing and funny game environment.
The ”Flicked Off at the Movie” is set to be released at $0.99. However, Dream Bot Studios CEO, Markus Skupeika said that it is free for family, friends and anybody who like their Facebook fan page. And so those who want a cool and fun game, the company encouraged to like its fan page and start enjoying the game.
Amazon's “Air Patriots” and Dream Bot Studios' “Flicked Off at the Movies” run on both Android and iOS devices.