October 25, 2010
|Ninja Junk Punch|
Charlottetown, PE (rushPRnews) 10/25/10 — Snow Day Games has released their latest game, Ninja Junk Punch, to the App Store. The company behind Child's Play Charity game Fly vs. Car has struck again, delivering high quality fun and humor to Apple device users worldwide.
“Ninja Junk Punch is the latest title out of our studio...” said Studio Head Matthew White, “we've really put a lot of effort into this one and we're hoping everyone is going to have a great time with it. A lot of the staff can't seem to put it down and get to work!” he added, jokingly.
About Ninja Junk Punch
In Ninja Junk Punch, players take on the role of Trent, the lumberjack whose world is turned upside down when he realizes his wife has left him for a Ninja. Blinded with rage, Trent vows revenge on all ninjas in the world, encountering new enemies, and uncovering a dire plot for world domination in Ninja Corp. Seeking training from the old masters in Japan, Trent becomes more powerful than he ever could have imagined. Will Trent harness the power of the old world to smash ninjas in the junk with his bare hands? Fight through over ten unique levels with retro controls, check out amazing graphic-art style cutscenes, share with friends through popular social networks, compete for OpenFeint achievements, and more!
About Snow Day Games
Founded in early 2010, Snow Day Games, INC. is an independent game developer currently building digital games for Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. The company has distribution through the App Store, as well as through Nokia's OVI store for compatible Nokia Devices worldwide. For more information please visit: www.snowdaygames.ca
NOTE to Editors: Preview versions/Promotional codes are available. Please contact Snow Day Games to request a copy.
Matthew M. White
Snow Day Games
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