Unique New iOS Game, ViCTOR: Virus Eradicator, Now Available In The App Store

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania   June 05, 2014   Entertainment News
(PRLEAP.COM) June 5, 2014 - The new iOS game is centered around ViCTOR, a character making his way through a microscopic world of infected cells, eradicating nasty viruses. The new iOS app is simple to play for casual users but fun and challenging for hardcore gamers.

To help him combat viruses, users place ViCTOR in an infected cell to cause massive chain reactions and destroy viruses. ViCTOR pulls players in, challenging them to be the ultimate eradicators.

With 100 innovative and unique levels to play, gamers will face increasing challenges to think and tap through. When detonating bombs, timing is everything. Retro-viruses interrupt your chains, not to mention plenty of no-ViCTOR zones which require strategic placement.

"I wanted to create a game for touch devices that was simple to play for casual users but fun and challenging for hardcore gamers," said game creator Alan Thomas.

Players have to reach level goals and score big to get the best grade providing users the chance to earn power-up rewards! Each level has three stars awarded for reaching certain score benchmarks. An "A+" grade can be achieved for getting those three stars plus eradicating all of the viruses.

The new ViCTOR app has dozens of features from explosive bombs and far-reaching spores to blocked no-ViCTOR zones and nefarious retro-viruses. There are multiple goals for each level with fun graphics and characters. There are very few chain reaction type games, and out of that few there are none that incorporate level design and achievements like this one.

ViCTOR: Virus Eradicator is FREE to download and play the first 25 levels, 99 cents to unlock the full game.

About The Developer:
ViCTOR: Virus Eradicator is Alan Thomas's fourth game as an independent developer. Thomas is a developer who knows what to do in the app world. "One of my goals with ViCTOR was to create a game that is not only fun and easy to play, but that also looks great on iPads and iPhones. Plus, the random factor of the game means that it is never the same game twice," said the creator.
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