Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Play Assault Android Cactus at Pax Australia

Assault Android Cactus Joins the Horize & Frag Labs booth at Pax Australia!

Come play Assault Android Cactus at Pax Australia from Jul 19-21, 2013!

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Independent game developer Witch Beam is pleased to announce their action/arcade shooter, Assault Android Cactus will be showcased alongside Horize & Frag Labs Laptops this year at Pax Australia. The action packed multiplayer game boasts waves of robotic enemies, a deadly mix of artillery and high intensity score boosting combo chains! The game is currently on Steam Greenlight seeking votes to be released in the Summer of 2013 on Mac, PC and Linux.
From July 19-21st Pax attendees are welcome to stop by the Horize & Frag Labs booth to play Assault Android Cactus before it’s available to the public for purchase. The booth can be found between Half Brick and Binary Mill. The game will be showcased on several brand new Horize & Frag Labs laptops, allowing the public to get a chance to test out the hardware, which has been specifically designed for gaming. The developers of the Assault Android Cactus will also be available for questions regarding the upcoming game.
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“We’re thrilled to attend this year’s Pax Australia with the guys from Horize & Frag Labs.” states artist/programmer, Tim Dawson. "Not only will Pax attendees get to play our game before anyone else, but they get to do it on top of the line equipment. We’re excited to show Assault Android Cactus to the public and see what people think!"
Assault Android Cactus is set for a release in the Summer of 2013 on Mac and PC and Linux. A trailer has been released in conjunction with the press release and can be seenhere. Screenshots and the logo can be downloaded via the press kit.Fans of the game are encouraged to visit the Steam Greenlight page and vote to see it available on the distribution portal. For additional information on Assault Android Cactus, visit theirwebsite, or check them out on Facebook and Twitter.
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