CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA - February 24, 2010
Furries and Geezers and Fatties! Oh, my! Defend hotties from a motley crew of nerds while making love connections. Hottie Hookups is a whole new kind of time management game for the iPhone & iPod touch created by the designer and programmer behind the #1 iPhone game Sally’s Spa. Download Hottie Hookups from the App Store today: http://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/hottie-hookups/id355189912?mt=8
Developed by Blue Unit Studios and published by BigStack Studios, Hottie Hookups is the best way to tap hotties on the iPhone & iPod touch. Draw lines to connect hotties dancing on a variety of trendy dance floors. Once you’ve hooked up the hotties, defend them from a variety of nerds by flicking, tilting, or shaking them off. After the hotties have had enough time to groove together, send them away in a taxi to continue the party!
“Building on our time management experience by incorporating elements into Hottie Hookups from other genres such as line drawing and castle defense was not only challenging, it was a lot of fun as well,” said Craig Rushforth, lead programmer for Blue Unit Studios.
“Hottie Hookups is our take on dating, and combines multiple gameplay elements together with a funny, non-politically correct theme,” said Dan Kratt, lead designer for Blue Unit Studios.
“Hottie Hookups represents a milestone for us as we continue experimenting with unique styles of gameplay and creative concepts,” said Jon Lam, founder and CEO of BigStack Studios. “We’re confident that iPhone and iPod touch users will enjoy Hottie Hookups for its original humor and engaging gameplay.”
To learn more about BigStack Studios, Blue Unit Studios and Hottie Hookups, visit: www.bigstackstudios.com.
About BigStack Studios
Based in Alberta, Canada, BigStack Studios is the iPhone publishing arm of the iPhoenix Fund. In 2009, Ph03nix New Media launched the iPhoenix Fund, an investment fund focused on development for the iPhone platform.
Ph03nix New Media is a game development company focused on creating inspiring and entertainment multi-platform games. Founded in 2003 by entrepreneur, Jon Lam, Ph03nix New Media specializes in designing casual games, and has received widespread recognition for the Curse of the Pharaoh series, which topped the charts on leading casual game portals. Ph03nix New Media is backed by AVAC Ltd. and received $1.1 million in investment funding. Additionally, the company acquired Blue Unit Studios, a Calgary-based iPhone game development studio, and formed Triple Hippo Studios, the casual games divisions of Ph03nix New Media. For more information, please visit: www.ph03nixnewmedia.com.
Kate Pietrelli, TriplePoint