World Beater An Entertaining Desert-sprint to Hit the Markets Soon
World Beater a whole new running game to hit the markets soon. Available on the iOS platform, the game features a camel running through the deserts to reach its destination.
Adelaide (I-Newswire) February 21, 2014 - Gamers Jessica Gabriel and Bill Harb have created a new running game but with a desert twist. World Beater, their latest creation, would be hitting the App Store soon. The game is a desert obstacles challenge that unfolds before the player through its lead character - a Camel. The player would have to help navigate the camel across the severe desert by overcoming several challenging feats.
The game begins with a camel running out of an ancient monument to stare out into the beautiful desert horizon, the game then shows a route map that the camel has to follow, to reach its destination - a lush green oasis.
World Beater delivers an interesting gameplay, quite different from a regular running game. Here the player has to keep up with the pace of the camel and at the same time negotiate various challenging desert obstacles to reach his destination. There are obstacles like poison, cactuses, snakes, tornadoes and quick sand. The game makes use of Apple's gyroscope enabling the player to tilt the screen while navigating the camel in the right direction. Players have to help the camel make the journey by veering around these obstacles or jumping over them. They also have to collect sufficient barrels of water to keep the camel going. There is an energy level indicator on the screen for the player to keep a tab on the water requirements of the camel.
The creators of the game have tried to make the game as realistic and enjoyable as possible by using encouraging and motivating sound score. The graphics too have been neatly designed and incorporated to deliver an engrossing and enthralling gameplay. "We've used wacky designs and obstacles to add to the comical quotient of the game," says Harb "We built World Beater to be a thorough entertainer."
Unlike most running games, World Beater has a definite end; the game itself proceeds in three milestones - the city, the monuments and the oasis. The camel has to clear each of these milestones by overcoming the desert obstacles-challenge that the game unfurls.
The game features two major power-ups in the form of wings and a magic lamp. The wings would enable the camel to flyover obstacles and the magic lamp would bestow an extra life. The whole game confers just two magic lamps, one after each milestone. The player has to steer the camel across the desert without stepping on the boundaries of the path as it would trigger a vulture attack and collect as many barrels of water as possible to keep the camel going.
This fun and interesting game delivers an engrossing gameplay whereas the desert obstacles challenge the player to get the camel to its destination. World Beater will be hitting the App Stores soon.
About World Beater
World Beater Pvt Ltd
1 Bettina Place
Published On:February 21, 2014
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