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Hungry Shark Trilogy HD

iPad chomper to launch "imminently".

The latest thrilling and challenging version of Hungry Shark, the immensely popular eat 'em up is imminently to be released into the wild.

Hungry Shark Trilogy HD brings all of the frenetic action of the high octane iPhone game straight to your iPad.

Fight giant enemies, navigate treacherous volcanic tunnels and battle through three massive levels to reach the top of the food chain, and the leaderboards!

Would you like to super-size that Shark? In response to popular demand, now you can play Hungry Shark on your big screen TV (with Apple's VGA Adapter) with the option of using your iPhone or iPod touch as a wireless controller. Who needs a console when you can have a giant shark?

Hungry Shark Trilogy HD will be available imminently for iPad owners, in a game tailored specifically to Apple’s popular tablet device, featuring all of the content from the iPhone games plus the very latest instalment and Game Center achievements.

Hungry Shark has become a global smartphone hit since it was originally launched in April, 2010 and continues to be a big seller. With over 700,000 paid downloads of Parts 1 and 2 and a further 8 million downloads of the free version, we're confident Part 3 will be a huge success.

In addition to the iPad Trilogy release, Hungry Shark - Part 3 will be available for iPhone and iPod touch owners this December.

Chris Dawson, FGOL’s Creative Director said: “We believe this is the most exciting and incident filled version of Hungry Shark so far. Part 3's epic level is divided into 3 distinct zones, each offering their own dangers and challenges. You'll go from grabbing people off the beach to taking revenge on shark finners, and even do battle with a crazy evil genus in his volcano based secret lair."

Ian Harper, FGOL's Commercial Director added: "You're going to love the HD TV feature, it's amazing!" 

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