Steampunk game selected for Indie prize

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Press release:
Steampunker is a new point and click adventure game for iPads. The game has been developed by Telehorse, a company established by Mariusz Szypura – a graphic designer and musician.

Steampunker, which was made in Unity 3D, is his first game to be published. It should be noted that Szypura created the game entirely on his own, also composing and producing the soundtrack.

Steampunker is inspired by sci-fi books by such authors as Jules Verne,
H.G. Wells, H.P. Lovecraft and Stanislaw Lem, as well as by Victorian graphics and Steampunk and Dieselpunk styles.

The player takes on the role of a gentleman hero named Vincent who, facing the invasion of evil robots from space, needs to save the world. In order to complete the mission he has to fix a variety of machines and mechanisms as well as solve a series of puzzles and brain teasers. The puzzles are linked
together into a traditional “point-and-click” adventure story. The ultimate
mission of the game is to save the planet and deal the final blow to the
evil robots.

Steampunker has been selected for the Indie Prize. The game will participate
in the Indie Prize Showcase at Casual Connect in Belgrade in November 2014.
The iOS version is scheduled for release on September 9, 2014. It will be
followed by the Android version towards the end of the year.

The price is yet to be announced.

Links:
Website: www.steampunkergame.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/steampunkergame
Twitter: twitter.com/steampunkergame
Trailer: http://youtu.be/rlNKj7bmWI0
Screenshots: http://www.steampunkergame.com/pictures/gamescreenshots/

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