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Heavy Fire: Special Operations 3D Coming to Europe on October 25th

posted 24 Oct 2012 08:09 by Knuckles Sonic8   [ updated 24 Oct 2012 08:11 ]
Kraków, October 23rd 2012 -
 Teyon, a video games developer and digital publisher, is excited to announce that their latest Nintendo 3DS™ title, Heavy Fire: Special Operations 3D, is coming to Europe. Join the Special Forces unit this Thursday, October 25th and get up close and personal with the enemy. The game will be available via the Nintendo eShop for €5,-.

Gear up and join an elite Special Forces unit in Heavy Fire: Special Operations 3D, an arcade-style on-rail shooter for Nintendo 3DS™. Choose from three character profiles, each with unique attributes, and use a combination of brains and brawn (but mostly brawn) to blast your way through a variety of dangerous ground, vehicle and air-based stages. And if you’re really feeling trigger-happy, you can earn additional points by blowing up the environment. Each victory sees your military rank rise, earning you increasingly powerful and upgradeable weapons.

You’ll need preternatural reflexes and a never-say-die spirit to restore peace in the ever-volatile Middle East. When the smoke clears, will you be a Special Operations legend?

Features:
  • An interactive, destructible environment featuring exotic Middle Eastern locales
  • Slug your way through six diverse, challenging levels
  • Higher military ranks enable more powerful weaponry
  • A game store bursting with all kinds of cool power-ups

The official trailer of the game is available via Teyon’s YouTube channel: 


For more information visit the game site: http://www.teyon.com/games/heavy-fire-special-operations-3d/

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About Teyon
Headquartered in Krakow, Poland, Teyon is a leading developer and digital publisher of interactive entertainment for all platforms. With sister offices in Lodz and Tokyo, the company employs over 70 people to develop and launch titles worldwide using proprietary cross-platform technology. For more information, visit www.teyon.com.

Official website: http://www.teyon.com