Systweak Software Launches Space Carnage, Its Second Game for Android Users
Fighter Pilot is on a mission to save planet Earth from evil aliens in this all new mobile adventure
USA, March 1, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Systweak Software, a well-known software development company is now making its mark in the world of mobile gaming. Its second offering, Space Carnage, comes just a couple months after Speed Fever, Systweak’s first ever mobile game.
Mobile gaming is largely meant for a young crowd. However, Systweak is creating games for a generation who spent their childhood in video arcades. This is not to say, the games won’t catch the imagination of Generation Y.
Space Carnage has a classic premise: Alien attack. The goal is simple: Destroy aliens, collect points, and move to the next level. But there’s a catch. Each Level has a Super Villain and he must be destroyed to get to the next level. Eye catching graphics and interactive features, add to the overall appeal of Space Carnage. Within a simple framework, the game packs some surprises that are hard to miss. Here’s a brief overview:
· 5 levels comprising waves of alien attack
· Easy navigation of spaceship
· Choice of weapon for Pilot
· Additional Power Packs
· Extra Life Points
Mr. Shrishail Rana, CEO of Systweak Software opines, “Being a software company, our focus has largely been restricted to developing products that improve or enhance PC and Phone functionality. But there’s a potentially huge market for other IT-related products and services too, which we are trying to tap. The Gaming Industry is a good starting point for us. Speed Fever got a good response and we are hoping the same for Space Carnage.”
“Thanks to the smartphone culture, gaming is becoming big again. A large part of the PC gaming population has taken to games on phones. Our focus is to create games high on graphics and of course adrenaline rushes! Space Carnage scores on both fronts,” says Mr. Prashant Sharma, Game Developer at Systweak.
Space Carnage requires an Android powered Phone. The game is available on Google Play Store.
It’s free for a limited promotional period. For more information visit www.systweak.com.