Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Game developer, FishPotato Games today is proud to announce the closed beta for Sweet Revenge, their next major game release for iOS. Sweet Revenge chronicles the adventure of Mack Masher, an 80’s action movie star (that happens to be a tooth) as he seeks vengeance against the candy that killed his best friend.
Players control Mack as he rappels down building after building, swinging, shooting, tossing grenades and ambushing enemies. The game features simple tilt and touch controls, various enemy types and ever increasing difficulty as successive buildings get taller and more packed with danger. Players also collect coins to purchase and upgrade weapons, as well as lottery tickets for the chance to win additional coins and prizes.
“The game features a light-hearted graphic style accompanied by some really crazy cartoon mayhem,” says game designer and developer Alan Thomas. “It really is both fun and funny. With this testing phase of development, I hope to fine tune the game and make it even better.”
To sign up for the beta, visit Sweet Revenge online and fill out the beta form. Testers will be contacted through Apple’s new integrated beta testing option that makes downloading and testing apps quick and easy. As another option, this beta will be running through iBetaTest, a platform that provides an informed and experienced pool of testers. When testers have successfully registered, they may easily subscribe to Sweet Revenge’s Project Channel.
Alan Thomas is an independent game developer based out of Philadelphia and the owner of FishPotato Games. A one-man show, he designs and programs all of his creations. Sweet Revenge is his seventh game since he launched his studio in 2012. As a designer, illustrator, programmer, avid gamer and dog lover, his games combine the things he loves into one of a kind gaming experiences. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Alan Thomas. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.