Dark Nebula, the brainchild of Battlefield 2: Modern Combat designer, Anders Hejdenberg, is a an episodic action game which is set to bounce into the App Store in late September. Its core gameplay is accelerometer-based, utilising tilt controls in order to evade a variety of objects. The trailer (mind the gap) illustrates excellent gameplay which will be hallmark in this title as is illustrated by Anders’ intent to “come up with a new game concept with a control mechanic that feels great on the device”.
Dark Nebula will be priced at 99 cents per each of its hour-long episodes.
About Dark Nebula:
The first episode of Dark Nebula is roughly an hour long with ten action-packed levels that will have you bouncing, sliding, spinning and swerving all the way to the finish line.
The extremely intuitive and responsive controls allow you to get into the action immediately. Just tilt your iPhone or iPod touch in the direction you want to move, it’s that simple.
About the team:
The Dark Nebula team is comprised of four creative individuals that have worked on games like Battlefield 2: Modern Combat, Battlefield 2142, Rallisport Challenge 2 and Bionic Commando Rearmed. Our programmer is the author of many award-winning web-based games such as Rollerboy 2, Teslatron and Robobombo.