Ladies and gents', gamers and pirates get ready…Red Knight Learning Systems, a leading developer of e-learning and entertainment games, based in Dallas, Texas, has released a new game for the Iphone and Ipod Touch.
It’s called ‘Arrr! Pirates vs. Aliens,’ and it’s a fast-action arcade-style game with 3-D cartoon graphics depicting ‘Surf’s Up Beach’, ‘Jewel Caves’, and the ‘Mayan Jungle’.
The game includes three different zones, with a total of twelve challenging levels.
According to John Purdy, CEO and President of Red Knight Learning Systems, “This is a fun and challenging game, and we are very excited about adding another mobile project to our portfolio.”
Gamers begin their adventure in the beach zone and battle aliens of all kinds for the stolen rum. Along the journey, players receive rum points, which can be traded for five different weapons with different damage, additional ammo, or repairs to
your ship. Each zone ends with a challenging boss battle, and if you can stick it out until the last level of the jungle zone you had better be ready to face the Mother Ship!
This is Red Knight’s second game to be released in the App Store, following the successful launch of “Hoopster,” a 3D basketball game, in March. Red Knight has also started developing educational games on the iPhone and iPod touch for clients.
To learn more about these games, click on the links below.
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