Swarmites To Infest Xbox LIVE Arcade And PlayStation Network This Month.
Austin, Texas–March 16, 2011–UTV Ignition Entertainment, alongside Hothead Games, an irreverent developer of memorable downloadable titles, announced today that their hotly anticipated title, Swarm, has gone gold for Xbox LIVE Arcade for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PlayStation Network and will begin launching on March 22nd for 1200 Microsoft Points / $14.99. PlayStation Plus members can purchase the title for $12.99.
Exact release dates are as follows:
PlayStation Network, North America and Japan: March 22
Xbox LIVE Arcade, worldwide: March 23
PlayStation Network, Europe: March 30
“Hothead’s passion for creating games that are both approachable and dangerously addictive is unrivaled,” said Nigel Fox, Head of
Publishing for UTV Ignition Entertainment. “We can’t wait to see how much players will enjoy all the content we’ve managed to pack into a downloadable title, and we’re confident this will be the best death-enhanced platformer players will get their hands on in a long time.”
Swarm gives players control of 50 utterly fearless Swarmites and drives them through an intense and often suicidal battle of survival. Swarm is the first game to feature mass character control, where players move all the Swarmites at once. Steer the flock of pudgy, clueless little blue morons through the game and they naturally flock and flow around obstacles. Creatively combine swarm moves to work your way through a relentlessly dangerous and hilariously brutal environment. Compete against friends to get the high score by deftly moving through the world and cleverly solving puzzles the game throws your way.
“Figuring out new and creative ways of killing the Swarmites while
making the game took the whole team to a pretty dark place,” said Joel DeYoung, Producer of Swarm at Hothead Games. “After working on the game for the last year or so, we’re really excited to share our insanity with the world. Let the blue squishy carnage begin!”
For more information on Swarm, please visit www.swarmites.com. You can also follow all of the latest Swarmite mayhem at
facebook.com/swarmites and twitter.com/swarmites. The game is rated T for Teen by the ESRB.
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