Larissa, Greece, July 04, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- NLOGN today announced that Pop Corny, the greatly successful indie game for iPhone and iPad, will be released for Android devices on July 15, 2012. Free to download, Pop Corny challenges players to test their reflexes, targeting skills and accuracy as they make popcorn by shooting corn kernels to feed Mr. Pop Corny's eternal hunger. Set inside a theater or outdoors in the countryside, Pop Corny is a simple, yet highly addictive casual game with gorgeous cartoon artwork, and stimulating salsa beat music. The player also has to complete over 40 objectives to progress, collect drachma coins to purchase utilities and other handy upgrades and bonuses from the in game store. Pop Corny is an accessible game, based on a unique and original gameplay idea, easily enjoyed by casual gamers of all ages.
Pop Corny ranked as the App Store's #1 Game in France, Greece, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, United Arab Emirates and Jordan. It was in the top 10 of United States, Italy, Thailand, Norway, Netherlands, Finland and many more, and spent a week as the #1 paid app overall in Greece. Pop Corny was also featured as the free game of the day by OpenFeint's on March 22th, 2012.
"I am very excited to finally be able to give Pop Corny to the Android crowd! Android gamers were asking for this from the first day that the game was released for iPhone. With this release I am really hoping to provide the Pop Corny addictive experience, that got more than 250000 iPhone gamers hooked, to an entirely new group of players." -- Charilaos Kalogirou, creator of Pop Corny.
* Android 2.3 or higher
* 20.0 MB of free space
Pricing and Availability:
Pop Corny will be free and available worldwide exclusively through the Google Play Store in the Games category.
NLOGN is an independent video game studio based in Larissa, Greece. Founded in 2010 by Charilaos (Harry) Kalogirou, NLOGN focuses on game development for iOS and Android devices aiming for projects that combine traditional gaming values with the emerging opportunities afforded by touch devices and the mobile market. Geared towards an open development model, based on information and knowhow sharing, Harry tries to share most of the development process on his blog and also by writing on major development blogs like AltDevBlogADay and GamaSutra. Harry is also responsible for single handedly writing and later releasing the game engine Sylphis3D as open source. His first game under the name NLOGN, Pop Corny, is available now for iOS. Copyright (C) 2012 NLOGN. 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. Android is a trademark of Google Inc.