ABOUT THE PROJECT
Customer / Partner Country
- 2D Design
- Game Development
- Unity Development
TechnologiesUnityGame DevelopmentCGIAdobe PhotoshopAdobe IllustratorAndroidiOS
Hooman Invaders is a free 2D tower defense game for iOS and Android mobile devices. It was developed by ASSIST Software company, in Unity 3D and includes features such as cross-platform IAP, social API, analytics and crashlytics integration.
The tower defense game was designed from the beginning with a modular structure that grants an easy future expansion in case of new content.
The main features of the game consist of an innovative tower management system, that gives great replayability and places the player in the middle of the fight, where his actions change the outcome of the battle.
The game has been developed in Unity 3D, a high-end game engine with great multiplatform support for 2D and 3D applications. The game features cross-platform IAP, social API, analytics, and crashlytics integration. Due to its modular structure, the game can sustain with easy future expansions and new content and at the same time expand its reach to new platforms.
The game’s graphics, represented by the game characters, environments and GUI, was created from scratch by our 2D artists, using software such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator as primary tools.
- 3 game modes;
- 15 campaign missions;
- 4 tower designs with 3 upgrade levels;
- Active and alert strategic gameplay;
- Facebook login and leaderboard;
- Optimized for a wide range of Android devices;
- New strategic layer that grants full control over your towers;
- Offline mode;
→ The game can be downloaded for free from Google Play or App Store.
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