Penetrator Game for iPhone and iPod Touch Released

Odessa, Ukraine (PressExposure) June 04, 2009 -- ( today announces immediate availability of the Penetrator, a simple yet addictive iPhone game about spaceship flying through the asteroid in desperate attempt to see the stars again. The game features 3 environments with different physics, real-time generated levels for unlimited replayability and 7 types of bonuses that can be more dangerous than cave walls.

Penetrator is based on the classic gameplay when player attempts to guide a spaceship through the cave avoiding obstacles and collecting bonuses. Simple screen tap is used to control the ship movement, while the game tracks how far player have passed.

The game has great replayability thanks to 3 locations with different physics that significantly affects gaming experience. The levels are real time-generated so there is no chance to play same level twice.

"Penetrator has everything you expect from a top notch game: great graphics, nice sounds, intuitive controls and most important time proven classic gameplay grown on steroids. All these ingredients are carefully mixed making Penetrator a must have game for all fans of the genre," - says Andrian Budantsov, Readdle Chief of Development.

Penetrator is available on App Store for the introductory price of  US$0.99. More information about Penetrator can be found on Readdle web site (

About Readdle

Founded in 2007, Readdle aims to provide iPhone and iPod Touch users with high quality applications that are missing in a standard application set. Flagship offerings are ReaddleDocs - a complete document and file management solution for the iPhone and iPod Touch; Take A Note - a versatile note taking application with direct access to notes from a PC or Mac computer using Wi-Fi. Copyright 2007-2009 Readdle. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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Press Release Submitted On: June 04, 2009 at 11:00 am
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