Glu Mobile, a leading global publisher of 3D Social Mobile games for smartphone and tablet devices, has announced that its new Star Blitz App for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch is now available on the App Store.
As Star Blitz fighters for the Galactic Coalition, players must defeat the evil alien Xeno Cluster as they attempt to dominate the entire Universe. With Glu’s high-end 3D visuals, gameplay and customization – Star Blitz continues Glu’s trend of creating console quality games for mobile devices.[ Also Read: Glu Mobile Offers Big Time Gangsta App ] [ Also Read: Deer Hunter 3D Comes on Windows Phone 7 ]
“We are excited to bring Glu fans another great game that they can enjoy with their friends,” said Giancarlo Mori, chief creative officer at Glu. “With social and intuitive gameplay and state-of-the-art 3D graphics, Star Blitz delivers a compelling and engaging user experience.”
Star Blitz features include:
Classic top-down space shooter gameplay with high-end 3D visuals: Destroy hundreds of squadrons of attacking Xeno Cluster aliens using your shooting skills and ability to dodge their incoming firepower.
Fully customizable and upgradeable starships: Connect body pieces to build a unique ship, and choose from an array of awesome weaponry to place on your spacecraft.
Use a real friend as a Star Blitz Wingman: No need to fight the aliens alone – choose a friend from Facebook or Game Center and use them as your partner in the fight against the Xeno Cluster.
Glu Mobile made this announcement Thursday, May 26.
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