Las Vegas, Nevada – Dojotron today is pleased to announce that Shatter Alley for iOS is launching in all regions on Thursday, April 10. Shatter Alley is a twist on the classic brick breaker genre that challenges players to smash through a descending, never-ending wall of bricks. Instead of a paddle, players will use multitouch to juggle many balls in play simultaneously.
Shatter Alley features colorful 3D visual effects that are synchronized to the beat of the game’s music. There are a dozen tracks included, made up of house, trance, chillout electronica, and a few tracks that defy description. The game features a different level or “skin” for each track, with different colors, themes, and effects, as well as a fully customizable playlist that players can use to fine tune the game’s soundtrack to their liking.
“With Shatter Alley, I want to give players a game that they can both play in 60 seconds while on the subway,” explained Justin Ficarrotta, founder of Dojotron, “and then later that night put on their best pair of headphones and zone out with it for hours.”
Shatter Alley’s gameplay is designed to be approachable by players of all skill levels, and also continue to provide a constantly challenging experience to the most seasoned hardcore gamers. Players can add as many balls as they want to the game, allowing the more experienced players to ramp up the difficulty as much as they want, as quickly as they want, for more and faster points. “I wanted to make something that people would keep on their devices forever,” continued Justin Ficarrotta.
Shatter Alley Features:
* Colorful and crisp 3D graphics and visual effects, all set to the beat of the music
* 12 tracks, from chillout electronica to trance – over 50 minutes of music in total
* Fully customizable playlist
* Universal app with Game Center and iCloud support
* Global statistics with global achievements
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 6.0 or later
* Universal app optimized for display on all iOS devices
* 66 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Shatter Alley will become available for $2.99 (USD) through the App Store in the Games category on April 10, 2014. Review copies are available upon request.
Located in Las Vegas, NV, Dojotron is a one-man independent game company founded in 2011 by Justin Ficarrotta, a veteran iOS game developer and former designer/programmer at Freeverse. All Material and Software (C) 2011-2014 Dojotron / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, the iPod logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.