Video Games: DARK DAY LA Launches This Morning On iPad


Dutch video games publisher, Gamious, announced today that its new game DARK DAY LA is now available for download on iPad and in the iTunes App Store for $1.99 (€1.79):


Introduced at this year’s Global Game Jam in Hilversum, the Netherlands (where it won the first prize and audience award), DARK DAY LA now makes its way to an official release. The game is played by two players on one screen. One player assumes the role of a vampire and must replenish his thirst for blood without getting noticed. The other player is a sniper and must try to spot the vampire and take him down with one of his silver bullets. The game features highly intuitive and precise controls. It requires nerves of steel to outwit your opponent sitting only inches away from you.


And now a word from CEO of Gamious, Pim Bouman:

“At Gamious, we’re always interested in original gameplay experiences, and Dark Day LA proved its potential at the Global Game Jam. The team did a great job in optimizing the high precision controls for iPad, and we believe that it’s the perfect platform for a social game like this.”


About Gamious:

Gamious is a game publishing company headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Its mission is to create high quality, accessible, original games for the mobile market. In 2011, Gamious launched its innovative Game Train development platform, bringing together creative talents of the industry around promising concepts. With the Train reaching its cruising speed, Gamious will release several new titles in 2013. For more information, visit:

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