Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Byte By Byte Releases Charging Chibis

Pensacola, Florida - Byte By Byte has announced the release of Charging Chibis. A side scrolling endless runner genre game. Charging Chibis is free on the iPhone.

Simple Controls:
Charging Chibis has a minimal control interface requiring only the attention of the player and the tapping of the screen. No complicated interfaces here. Start the game up and enjoy some simple addictive game play.  Need to surge ahead and get through a rough spot?  Have a charge ready?  Then it is time for the Chibi to Charge. Charging Chibis blast through everything providing a rush of excitement.

Challenging Varied Content:
Charging Chibis provides dynamic content by using procedural content creation. The content generation system build simple to very complicated environments for the Chibis to run and charge through. Never see the same game world twice.

Select A Chibi That Fits Who You Are:
The game has 3 different Chibis that can be selected. Each Chibi has its own speed and health. A stronger and faster Chibi will get you further along in the game but adds new challenges that the player has to overcome.

Game Center:
Keep track of how you are doing both on device and on Game Center. Who will have the highest single game score? Who has best total score? Who is the most addicted to the game? Check Game Center and find out. Game Center not accessible? No worries, Charging Chibis tracks all the same Game Center data locally as well a statistics for every item you interact with during game play.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.1 or later
* 10.8 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Charging Chibis 1.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.

Florida based Byte By Byte LLC is a husband and wife venture to bring fun and useful Apps to the iOS platform. Founded in 2010 and having released 15 iOS application the company looks to a bright future and continued iOS development. 

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