Buogle Communications Announces Ghost Slayer 2.0
Sandys, Bermuda – Renowned Mobile App Company, Buogle Communications has officially released its newest version of Ghost Slayer for free. There are many addictive and funtastic new levels in Ghost Slayer 2.0. Ninjas are assigned to destroy enemy ghosts in the underworld, in paradise and in the afterworld. Player must collect points by moving and breaking objects to destroy enemy ghosts in each challenging, fun-filled level. Destroy all enemy ghosts to move on to the next level. But be cautious when throwing Ninjas at the Ghosts whose houses are made with boulders. Boulders falling on ghosts decrease points within those levels.
Project Manager, Cameron Taylor-Dill, expressed that all 20 levels are fun, but the game becomes increasingly challenging with each level. The main challenges to the user are being frugal and strategic at the same time, and not over-using the optional ‘Super Ninjas’ which are available as in-app purchases. Over-use is costly and can easily deplete player’s score, leaving user to replay the challenge.
In this second version, Buogle Communications has added four colorful backgrounds, brilliant animation, and exciting game sounds. In the play, Ninjas aim to slay troubling ghosts in various domains. A treasure box has been added as part of the upgrade to assist players in scoring higher points. The treasure chest is not always easy to hit and open, but when the player succeeds, 5000 points are awarded to user’s score.
Ghost Slayer is not just a great game app for Halloween. It is addictive and can be downloaded and played year-round. Buogle Communications has made the app available for use with iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch and is available worldwide in iTunes.
“Although testers agree that Ghost Slayer is fast-paced,” admits Cameron, “We have no intention of changing the mode. It’s present pace increases the adrenalin in users and we like to see that.”
Chief Developer, Jin TaiRong, also commented. “Ghost Slayer is not multiplayer enabled in this version. In the next upgrade, players will be able to play against each other within the Game Center and Facebook platforms. In addition, we are working on adding 10 more levels to the game with a few extra surprises.” These upgrades will be available in December.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* Optimized for iPhone 5
* 75.8 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Free with Ads. To remove Ads, make one purchase of a Super Ninja at $0.99 cents, or purchase all 4 Super Ninjas for $1.99 (USD). The purchase of Super Ninjas is not necessary, but they do empower the users play and are highly recommended for extreme gaming enjoyment.
Buogle Communciations is the developer of unique utility apps. It begun operation in February 2011 when they produced a free version of Rapid Note. The company’s main office is located in Sandys, Bermuda while its sub office is in Atlanta, GA. 2014 Buogle Communications will release two unique 3D games to the app store. Copyright (C) 2011-2013 Buogle Communciations. 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. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.
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