Submitted By:
Subatomic Studios
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Game Type:
Core
Game Platform:
iPhone
Class:
Professional
Credits:
Sergei Gourski

CEO/Art and Design

Jamie Gotch

CTO/Engineer

Ash Monif

COO/Producer

Leonardo Montenegro

Creative Director/Art

Game Title:
Fieldrunners




Game Description:

Descend into the world of Fieldrunners, the most anticipated and visually stunning game in mobile Tower Defense history! Defend and control the field using a diverse selection of upgradeable towers in a limitless adventure, using a wide array of tactics and strategies against countless waves of unique land and air combatants! Hours of entertainment and replayable challenges! Do you have what it takes to dominate the fieldrunners and rise to the top as the ultimate Tower Defense master?



What was your inspiration for making the game?

We have a lot of experience with the RTS genre, we love strategy games and board games and felt we could create a compelling game experience on the iPhone.



How is your game unique from others out there?

Fieldrunners has an open maze design that allows players to user their creativity to build mazes. We also feature a distinct and colorful style which is fun and appealing.



How long did it take you to make your game?

It took us 6 months for the initial release and we have been adding significant content to the game for over a year with new game modes, features, and fun content.



What was the hardest part about making it?

Taking a game from a hard-core genre and making it accessible to a casual audience.



Any other unique or interesting facts about your game we should know about?

Fieldrunners became a top 20 seller on the iPhone, even though it first shipped without any sound or music and only one level!



How did you pick the name of your game?  Did you have any others in mind?

We created a giant list of names and then voted to narrow it down to the one that felt right.



Questions for the Team Leader

There was no one designated as team leader – we all worked together as a team! Each person was responsible for their area of the project.