Saddies: Attack!! available for PC exclusively to new GamersGate users, Google Play and PSVITA release date
Saddies: Attack!! now available on GamersGate for newly registered users.
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Saddies: Attack!! is added to the library of every newly registered account free of charge. Here you can download an install of the game compatible with Windows PC. This makes Saddies: Attack!! the second free game on GamersGate. (next to Volvo — The Game)
Saddies: Attack!! is a horizontal shooter game in which the player controls a laser cannon by moving it across the bottom of the screen by tilting the device firing at Saddies.
After the Windows release, Saddies: Attack!! will be made available for all Android devices through Google Play.
Saddies: Attack!! will appear on the Google Play store June 4th, 2017. The video game application will be distributed worldwide.
PSVITA version delayed
According to our Publishing team, there is no release date planned for the PS Vita version. We aim to release Q1-Q2 2018. Our goal is to take our time to polish the game up, as much as we can. We mainly want to add more features to the PS Vita version. The regions we are planning to release in, are North America, and Europe.
The first thing we are announcing is the engine. For our smartphone releases, we used the Unity3D engine. This engine is the most efficient at the moment, and our programmers prefer to port the smartphone version to the PS Vita. Unity is a cross-platform game engine developed by Unity Technologies and used to develop video games for PC, consoles, mobile devices, and websites.
There are a few things that the PS Vita version will feature, and the smartphone version won’t. PSN Trophies is a feature that comes to mind. Perhaps multiplayer through the PlayStation Network infrastructure, though we can’t confirm this just yet. The PS Vita version will be a more enhanced Saddies: Attack!! than the smartphone and STB versions.