Posted on August 17th, 2011, 18:16
Another new video gaming corporation formed by former employees of this closed Ignition Entertainment Gainesville studio has released it is initially sport.
Tribase Studios released Requiem earlier this month regarding iOS devices including the Apple iPhone and iPad.
The recreation has sold nearly 4,000 downloads into their third week at $1.99 each through Apple’s App Store, said co-founder Brian Manning. It also received good reviews on several gaming blogs.
Requiem is a 3D primary-person runner sport with 14 levels. It starts with a boy falling asleep and waking around a nightmarish world. He has to help outrun a raging bull down cobblestone streets while collecting enough starts intended for his Pegasus to be able to whisk him away into this next level, according so that you can a description from Tribase.
The corporation is working on a good Android version to be able to come out inside a week or two and a content patch to help add new features and levels in order to this iOS sport version, Manning said.
Tribase Studios was founded by brothers and Gainesville natives Brian and Chris Manning with April after Ignition Entertainment closed it is Gainesville office. Both are Santa Fe College graduates.