EXCLUSIVE: Handmark Announces Shift Game For Android

Posted: Jan 24 2011, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Jan 24 2011, 10:56am CST, in News | Android

EXCLUSIVE: Handmark Announces Shift Game for Android
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Sweet puzzle game for Andorid devices!

Handmark is a mobile game developer and the company has offered us up some exclusive info on a game that is set to launch tomorrow for the Android platform called Shift. The game was developed in conjunction with Fishing Cactus and Armor Games.

Shift is a puzzle platformer with a cool twist to the gamepaly. Players are subject 32763 and are trapped inside an experiment and have to find their way out. The game originally came to market on the PC and was a web-based game and the new Android offering is the first time it has come to mobile devices.

Shift uses a very minimalist design with black and white graphics and spy music. The game controls are touch sensitive and all the original levels from the computer game are included. Shift on Android also has 40 new levels on the full version and a Lite version will have 15 levels. “Shift is a fantastic game with a great twist," said Evan Conway, EVP of Marketing at Handmark. “It is a simple, yet challenging game that is extremely addictive and we are excited to bring this popular game to a new audience of Android users.”

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