New game from developer Appxplore (Sporos & Lightopus) – the hive hatches next week!
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA – March 14, 2013 – Appxplore today announced that Alien Hive, an evolving-aliens sliding-tile puzzle game, will be launching on iOS and Android next Thursday, March 21st. With a unique gameplay hook and watercolor pastel visuals, the game is both challenging and mellow. The developer is known for their award-winning game Lightopus (published by Bulkypix) as well as their recent biological puzzler Sporos.
Watch the trailer on the official website: Appxplore.com/index.php/games/alien-hive
Alien Hive offers unique gameplay, a hybrid of match-3 and sliding-tile puzzles that feels both fresh and familiar. Cleverly combine your resources to evolve your Aliens – combine eggs to hatch cute baby aliens, then help them grow big and strong by making matches and combos. Earn gold and energy for upgrades, with the goal of building the greatest Hive ever! It takes strategy to plan out moves and avoid the Naughty Bots – they will freeze your resources and block your movement. Destroy them quickly, or combine them to craft a powerful weapon… it’s your call. Grow your hive with cleverly crafted power-ups and super boost.
Combine plants, evolve new species of aliens, deploy massive power-ups, zap the villainous Naughty Bots and collect dozens of supreme aliens – there truly is life on Mars!
Appxplore Sdn. Bhd. is one of Asia’s most modern young gaming studios, focused on providing high quality original games & apps. Based in the bustling city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, they strive to be the region’s mobile development leader.
Appxplore’s friendly team includes award-winning directors and game artists, programmers, and strong management & marketing teams. Different lifestyles and backgrounds have helped the company develop unique mobile IPs. Their debut game, 2012’s Lightopus, was featured by Apple and received acclaim from G4, PocketGamer, 148 Apps, Appolicious, and Touch Arcade. Their followup, Sporos was featured by Google Play with over a dozen positive reviews, including CNET, MacLife and PocketGamer.
Rich Jones, TriplePoint for Appxplore