|By Business Wire||
|August 13, 2013 05:22 PM EDT||
Indie developer Game Mechanic Studios today announced that its popular free-fall game, High Flyer Death Defyer, is now available on OUYA console. Take flight in the skies of Machine City as players help young rocketeer Arreon perfect his jetpack prototype. Bringing the dream of personal flight to your TV, players use the OUYA controller to roll, airplane dive and dodge their way through dangerous obstacles in order to safely land on floating islands in the sky while snagging valuable resources along the way.
Death Defyer is a frantically paced “avoider” style action game that has players plummeting past floating cities and collecting treasures while mastering Arreon’s prototype jetpack. Fly at blazing fast speeds and experience realistic physics and death-defying aerial stunts in over 35 unique mini-games with ten-story levels and 17 jetpack test missions. Death Defyer blends hardcore production value with the pick-up-and-play ability of casual games. The focus is on adventure and exploration in this action-packed game filled with free-falling mechanics, stunning graphics, a unique aesthetic and an addictive quality that will have gamers begging to play it just one more time.
“I’m glad that gamers will finally have a chance to play High Flyer on OUYA with a control pad, the way we always wanted it to be experienced,” said Jason Alejandre, president, creative director and co-founder of Game Mechanic Studios. “The comic book style graphics really shine on a hi-def big screen TV, and with over 100 pages of comic book goodness, this is a fast-action adventure that shouldn’t be missed.”
Catch a glimpse of this free-fall adventure by checking out the trailer
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About Game Mechanic Studios
Game Mechanic Studios, LLC is an independent video game development studio dedicated to developing and publishing high quality games. Launched in 2008, the company has worked with numerous artists, designers and programmers in the gaming industry to create a number of top-notch titles. Based in Tarzana, Calif., Game Mechanic Studios is helmed by industry veterans Jason Alejandre, Jeff Hua and Henry Ji. More information is available at http://www.gamemechs.com.