SEOUL, South Korea, Aug. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The fast-paced SF shooting action adventure for iOS, Angels in the Sky, has been an instant hit with mobile game lovers.
Now, Angels in the Sky 's audience is going to grow even more: the game is now available for iPad (with an iPad optimized version of the game) and is being introduced to two new markets: China and Japan.
In addition to expanding the game's international market as well as players' compatible device options, the developers have also made significant improvements to the game's user interface.
To celebrate the game's popularity and these new enhancements, AitS will be discounted for a limited time only--new players can download the game for $2.99 (Angels in the Sky usually retails for $6.99).
Angels in the Sky is the first game for iOS powered by the much-anticipated Unreal Engine 4.
Unreal Engine is a celebrated animation engine for mobile games, and its newest incarnation has revolutionized graphics and animation potential on the small screen.
This has allowed AimToG, the developers behind the game, to create an incredibly detailed, futuristic Shooting Action experience for players.
Players take on the role of gunner in a futuristic, airborne combat ship, and are tasked with taking out enemy combatants and bosses before the ship's shields are depleted.
Success is a matter of risk management, strategic weapons choices, and the player's ability to perfect their timing and identify tactics to take out the enemy.
The greatest risks will lead to the greatest rewards, so only the most courageous and skilled gunners will excel in their mission to annihilate the enemy.
Angels in the Sky offers players the opportunity to design their own play style by customizing their ship's onboard weapons systems, upgrading their guns, improving their shields.
The game is available now in the iTunes App Store, and for an as yet undetermined period of time, will be offered at a discount. Download AimToG's breakout hit Angels in the Sky today, and experience SF shooting action on iOS like it has never been experienced before.