Sydney, Australia – Not Doppler has today announced that its upcoming title, Strike Force Heroes: Extraction, will launch onto the App Store this Thursday November 21. Strike Force Heroes: Extraction sees players run/jump/shoot (and take cover) through the headquarters of a rogue military organisation to extract intel on a potential threat.

Developed by Sky9 Games, the game is a mobile/tablet spin-off from the hit Flash game series Strike Force Heroes, which has seen over 100 million plays online.

Key Features:
* Run, jump and shoot your way through 30 action-packed stages in Campaign Mode
* Unique ‘cover’ mechanic which allows players to swipe-down to duck behind objects and to pick off the enemy one-by-one
* 20 playable characters, each with unique flaws and unlockable perks; allowing for different game-play challenges and experiences depending on who you choose to play with
* Intense helicopter chases which will give you no choice but to run for your life
* 33 Weapons. 2 unlockable endless modes. Epic enemy firefights and tons of upgrades

About Sky9 Games:
Sky9 Games is a game development studio located in Canada. They originally created the popular online Flash series Raze in 2010, before forming as Sky9 Games in 2012. Since then, they’ve created multiple Flash titles such as Strike Force Heroes and Siegius: Arena. Their newest game and first mobile venture Strike Force Heroes: Extraction will be released this November on the App Store.

Pricing and Availability:
Strike Force Heroes: Extraction will be available this Thursday November 21 for iPhone and iPod touch ($1.99), and iPad ($2.99 HD version). The game will be compatible with iPhone 4S and newer, iPod touch (5th generation) and newer, iPad 2 and newer and iPad mini (1st Generation) and newer. The preview trailer for the game has so far received a strong user response, generating over 200,000 views on YouTube.

Strike Force Heroes: Extraction
YouTube Video (Trailer)
Press Kit (zip)

Not Doppler is a Sydney-based game publisher. Since 2005, Not Doppler has become well established in the Flash gaming sector, helping fund and sponsor over 120 original Flash titles. In 2012, Not Doppler made its entrance into mobile and tablet publishing with Earn to Die, which went on to become the #1 paid racing game on iPhone in over 50 countries. Copyright (C) 2013 Not Doppler. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners.

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