Hogrocket releases Tiny Invaders on iOS

Puzzler from Geometry Wars brain.

Hogrocket's first iOS game, Tiny Invaders, has launched on the App Store for 2.49.

You can play it on iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.

Tiny Invaders is a fast puzzle game hung around an aliens-invading-human-bodies story.

The puzzles involve criss-cossing tracks/routes that invaders and bodily defences move along. The idea is to avoid the body's defences and guide your alien infection to its goal. Power-ups and devilish twists and turns make this trickier than it sounds.

There are 60 levels, bright cartoon graphics and simple controls. Plus, Hogrocket's small team of three includes the creator of Geometry Wars, Stephen Cakebread. And Geometry Wars was - and still is - brilliant.

Hogrocket rose from the ashes of Bizarre Creations (Project Gotham Racing, Geometry Wars, Blur, The Club, James Bond 007: Blood Stone).

Hogrocket is made up of Ben Ward (formerly Bizarre's community manager), Pete Collier (senior level designer on The Club and Blood Stone) and Stephen Cakebread (the creator of Geometry Wars).

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