GamEvil Releases Cartoon Wars: Gunner+ to Android Market

GamEvil Releases Cartoon Wars: Gunner+ to Android Market

GamEvil, a popular game publisher, has just announced their latest title for the Android platform, Cartoon Wars: Gunner+. The game follows the story of Captain J, who is fighting against the evil king’s forces. Captain J doesn’t have it easy, with over thirty different types of enemies coming at him throughout the game. With his expanded arsenal of weapons, J is ready for a fight.

Sound like a game you’d enjoy? If so, you can download it from the Android Market for free by using the box below. The full press release can also be found after the break.

So has anyone played Gunner+ yet? What are your thoughts? Sound off in the comments!

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[spoiler show=”Show Press Release”]Hit Series Debuts on Android for Free with Cartoon Wars: Gunner+

LOS ANGELES, CA — November 2nd, 2011 — GAMEVIL(R), a leading mobile game publisher and developer, announced Cartoon Wars: Gunner+ is now available on the Android Market for free. The game puts players in control of Captain J as he fights against the evil King’s forces, and marks the first time a title from the popular Cartoon Wars series is available for Android devices.

From small hounds to fiery dragons, over 30 different types of enemies are out to get him, but Captain J has a vast arsenal of skills and weapons, including guns, laser rifles, and even a mechanized-suit at his disposal. When bullets are running low, powerful magic spells can also strike with massive area-wide damage.

Numerous upgrades for each weapon and skill increase the speed, power and effectiveness, giving players in-depth control over their hero as they unlock more bonuses for leveling up. Combining action-packed shooter gameplay and RPG features, Cartoon Wars: Gunner+ will provide hours of fast-paced mayhem.

“As a result of GAMEVIL’s Partner Fund, we’re proud to present developer BlueGNC’s Cartoon Wars series for the first time on Android devices,” said Kyu Lee, VP and Head of GAMEVIL USA, Inc. “By releasing Cartoon Wars: Gunner+ for free, we’re excited that new and existing fans can finally experience the million-download franchise on their Android devices.”

About GAMEVIL

GAMEVIL(R) is a premier mobile game publisher located in Seoul, Korea and Los Angeles, USA. Established in 2000, GAMEVIL has earned a reputation as one of the best companies in the mobile games sector by crafting award winners in a diverse portfolio of games. GAMEVIL is well known for revolutionizing the sector with its original and innovative mobile games, backed by unparalleled expertise in advanced mobile technology. As a world class leader in mobile games publishing, GAMEVIL continues to lead the sector with a commitment to establish mobile as the definitive mass market entertainment platform of the world. GAMEVIL is currently listed on the KOSDAQ Market (Ticker: 063080, Bloomberg: 063080:KS, Reuters: 063080.KQ)

GAMEVIL(R) is a registered trademark of GAMEVIL Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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