Free Lite version launched.
February 7, 2011 - London, ENGLAND
Nordcurrent, a European game developer and publisher, released Lite version of super addictive arcade game Sputnik. In this game players must guide Sputnik – the first spacecraft ever created – to the depths of the outer space. Sputnik is available to download worldwide on iTunes free of charge.
Link to the game: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sputnik-lite/id417389430?mt=8
Sputnik is an arcade game, where player guides a spaceship through asteroids and UFOs by tilting his device. Player needs to get as far into outer space as possible, past Mars, Saturn - all the way out of the Milky Way. Player will travel through gravitational fields, black holes, distorted space-time continuum and other tricky places in the galaxy, but he should always remember that the controls remain the same - just tilt left or right!
"We wanted to create something really addictive, an endless game. We spent months tweaking the controls and trying to get everything right – that’s how Sputnik was born." said Victoria Trofimova, Director at Nordcurrent. "We hope players will enjoy it!”
The trailer can be viewed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0F9BCOlAN0
Player cannot get more than 5000 points in the Lite version. For unlimited play, full version need to be purchased: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sputnik/id415869868?mt=8
For more information about Sputnik, or Nordcurrent's complete lineup of products, visit http://www.nordcurrent.com/ or follow them on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/nordcurrent or Twitter http://twitter.com/#!/nordcurrent
Nordcurrent is an international publisher and developer of videogames for consoles, handhelds and PC. Established in 2006, Nordcurrent is best known for its 101-in-1 Megamix series with more than a half million units sold worldwide. Nordcurrent games are available to players in traditional retailer outlets as well as on WiiWare®, PlayStation®Network and AppStore®. For more information about Nordcurrent please visit www.nordcurrent.com or www.facebook.com/nordcurrent