San Francisco, CA, June 10, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Glass Ceiling is a side-scroller action adventure game. It's an interactive cartoon with beat'em up mechanics. Each level represents a floor in an office building. Moxie, a smart-minded career gal, starts out in the basement and works her way up the corporate ladder encountering multiple foes on her way to the top. Each floor is filled with floating objects for points, life-force battles and tricky obstacles. On mobile devices, the game features a touchscreen control system. You simply tap and hold in a direction to walk, tap enemies to attack and defend and tap to grab items. Easy to play, fun to explore, Moxie will ultimately discover what lies on the other side of the Glass Ceiling.
Glass Ceiling will appeal to anyone who has worked in an office environment, although it will resonate more loudly for women. This is the first mobile game to tackle this topic. The app takes a satirical approach and sheds light on a serious topic in a fun way.
According to Wendy Carmical, the game's creative co-founder, "Glass Ceiling is the perfect female revenge fantasy!" A veteran of the game industry, Carmical, is passionate about creating games that appeal to women. She formed the company with her friend, Maura Sparks. They are both industry veterans whose experience parallels the development of the computer game industry. "Creating apps gives us the opportunity to build a brand and company. Women today have to create their own opportunities," said Sparks.
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.1 or later
* Universal app optimized for display on all iOS devices
* 88.6 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Glass Ceiling 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
KissAppGames is a developer and publisher of mobile games for Apple iOS mobile devices. We develop casual games for women and girls based on original ideas and characters. The company was formed in 2011, by Wendy Carmical and Maura Sparks with over 15 years of experience creating, producing and launching entertainment products. Andy Green soon joined the company bringing in over 20+ years of programming and technology talent. Their first app, Glass Ceiling, was released May 24th, 2013. The company is focused on building a brand. In addition, the company has created a licensable game engine.