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Stampede 3D released for iPhone and iPad

Posted by Dave Seaman on Thursday, 7 February 2013

Melbourne, Australia -- February 7, 2013 -- Stampede 3D Launched onto iPad and iPhone today, brings elements of games like League of Legends to the causal realm in a title packed with fast-paced arcade survival action rendered in toon style 3D. 

Stampede 3D is available on the App Store now. 

In Stampede 3D you will need to stay on your toes to dodge your way through the charging horde. With angry critters running at you from every side, every moment is fight or flight. 

Stampede 3D progresses through a series of short stages where survival becomes increasingly difficult. New types of enemies are added into the mix. Archetypes such as invincible enemies, homing enemies and large boss enemies make for an intense combination of action and strategy. 

To face the increasing force of the stampede players can raise their power to fight or escape their foes by using level-ups to upgrade their spells and abilities. Players can unlock new characters, each one with a unique set of moves. 
Players can also interact with their environment in order to survive, throw special enemies off your trail by triggering a falling log or leading them into a trap. 

The game features: 
-3 Unique playable characters 
-Varied Enemy types 
-Multiple World themes 
-Over 20 Levels to complete 
-20 unlocks 
-Toon style 3D graphics 

Stampede 3D is available now on the Apple App Store, playable on iOS devices, including the new iPad mini and iPhone 5, Currently at a special launch discount price of 33% off! 

About Flyleap: 
Flyleap Studios is the name given to two man Melbournian indie game dev team Leigh Jackson and Paul Jancar. The two had a moment in the spotlight in 2009, receiving press from Joystiq, PC Gamer and many European magazines for their popular Fantasy Half-Life 2 MOD ‘Kingdoms Collide’ 
Now, developing iOS titles, the team plans to grow in experience and reputation before producing a commercial PC sequel to 'Kingdoms Collide' called 'Kingdoms Rise' 

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