Freeverse has just released their own (officially licensed) Skee-Ball game for the iPod/iPhone. This game looks amazing and will be featured in our upcoming skee-ball showdown…stay tuned to see how this one “scores” against the competition.
Full press release:
September 22, 2009–Brooklyn, NY– Freeverse today announced the launch of the Skee-Ball App on the App Store, the classic American game that brings the fun of the boardwalk to your fingertips with 3D graphics, great physics, and awesome prizes.
Skee-Ball’s authentic gameplay and irresistible bowling action set it apart from any other game of its kind. Taking advantage of the innovative Multi-Touch user interface of iPhone and iPod touch and featuring bright, colorful graphics, Skee-Ball brings the enjoyment of the great arcade pastime to life. Roll the ball up the incline with a simple flick of the finger to land in one of the high value holes to rack up points and earn tickets. With over 80 prizes in all, win enough tickets and go on a shopping-spree for fun prizes like a set of vampire teeth, a Peruvian Flute Band CD, or even a custom ball to use in-game. Worldwide high scores let you see how your hoard of tickets compares to everyone else. Challenge friends with score tracking, achievements and leader-boards.
Skee-Ball was developed by Graveck Interactive and is available for an introductory price of $0.99 from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch.
Read more online at: http://freeverse.com/skeeball
Freeverse strives to develop and publish seamless software, with a particular concentration on the Mac and iPhone platforms. Our developed and published titles have been honored with six Apple Design awards. Freeverse is at the forefront of creating compelling, cutting edge games.
Graveck is a Saint Paul based development studio specializing in games developed using the powerful Unity engine. With their unparalleled Unity experience and drive, Graveck creates top-notch web games and retail boxed games for world renowned clients along with groundbreaking original titles.