Jelly Defense Screenshots Revealed
Infinite Dreams just released screenshots of their unreleased game, Jelly Defense. From the look of things, this game has high quality graphics and a very addictive game play features. Jelly Defense’s sounds will be one of the key features in this game to make it over-the-top good.
This is a very exciting moment for us. We are now in the process of testing Jelly Defense and preparing the game for release. We are very proud that over 100 fans and journalists participate in our closed beta tests and use their experience to improve the game. We hope our new amazing product will smash everything gamers have seen so far in the tower-defense genre! – said Infinite Dreams CEO, Tomasz Kostrzewski
Jelly Defense is the third game in the “Jelly” series, fowling Jelly Invaders and Jelly Chronicles. Jelly Defense will feature multiplayer teams that let you fight the invaders together. No word from Infinite Dreams on a release date for Jelly Defense. Does this game look fun to you? Have you played any of the other “Jelly” games? Leave your comments below or on our Facebook wall.
Source: Press Release (Below)
PRESS RELEASE, JUNE 22, 2011: JELLY DEFENCE SCREENSHOTS REVEALED!
Gliwice, Poland – Infinite Dreams, award-winning mobile games publisher has revealed today the first official screenshots for the forthcoming release of the awaited by millions of fans game Jelly Defense.
The screenshots present amazing and addictive gameplay which will keep gamers playing all night long. High-resolution eye-catching gorgeous graphics, awesome “Jelly” world and fantastic sounds will be the most important advantages of this production.
“This is a very exciting moment for us. We are now in the process of testing Jelly Defence and preparing the game for release. We are very proud that over 100 fans and journalists participate in our closed beta tests and use their experience to improve the game. We hope our new amazing product will smash everything gamers have seen so far in the tower-defense genre!” – said Infinite Dreams CEO, Tomasz Kostrzewski.
This highly anticipated project will be the third game in the “Jelly” series. Previously released “Jelly Chronicles” and “Jelly Invaders” were created for promotional purposes only to announce the upcoming tower-defence game and familiarize gamers with the “Jelly” universe.
Jelly Defence will allow players to join Jelly forces and lead them to glory in this uneven and fierce fight against the invaders! Proper tactical skills and wisdom will be required to push back aggressors and save the Diploglobe – a planet inhabited by the Jellies.
About Infinite Dreams Inc.:
Infinite Dreams Inc. is a game development studio located in Gliwice, Poland. With over 10 years of experience in the industry the company focuses on creating top quality games for all most popular mobile operating systems including iPhone OS, Android and Windows Mobile. The company cooperates with major international publishers and software distributors in Europe, North America and Asia. Sky Force – a title created and published by Infinite Dreams – is the highest rated Polish mobile game of all time. Currently the company is one of the most important software providers for the next Nokia’s OVI Store. Hooked On: Creatures of the Deep by Infinite Dreams was the best-selling and top rated N-Gage game in 2008. The company is also an official and certified Sony PSP, Nintendo WiiWare and Nintendo DS developer.
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