The Kids Invade the App Store with the Release of Kid Krusader

Sydney, Nsw Australia (PressExposure) February 16, 2011 -- Omni Arts today announced the availability of Kid Krusader in the iTunes App Store. Previously the popular tower defense game was released for Flash and quickly became viral. In response to positive review, Kid Krusader has extended its audience to the ever-growing iPod Touch and iPhone fan base.

With 6 unique levels continually increasing in difficulty, Kid Krusader is full of engaging cartoon style maps and characters with crisp visuals and strategic game-play that will challenge not only a player's intellect, but also test out finger agility. 'Kampaign' and 'Free Play' modes are included so advanced players can test their wits in a round-based structured game, or choose Free Play and test out endurance by defeating as many enemies as possible.

"We really wanted Kid Krusader to be a game of intuition and spontaneous decision making," said James Booth, founder of Omni Arts, "That's what tower defense games are all about. We think this is the kind of hybrid game that combines specific tower defense elements for genre fans, but also with everything casual gamers expect."

While Kid Krusader may appear to be a children's game stylistically, the in-depth strategy elements and fast paced nature of the game is designed to keep strategists of all ages coming back for more.

Kid Krusader is available at the price of $0.99 USD.

About Omni Arts Pty Ltd

Omni-Arts is an indie Game Development Company located in the heart of Sydney. Since its beginnings in late 2009, Omni-Arts has been creating games for PC, Android, J2ME, iPhone/iPad and Flash.


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Press Release Submitted On: February 16, 2011 at 12:36 am
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