Guerrilla Bob almost upon us

Chillingo are certainly no strangers to highly anticipated releases at the App Store. The Quest, Ravensword and Minigore are but a few of their past well received and successful iDevice offerings. Well you can now add the soon to be released Gorilla Bob to this list. Reminiscent of the highly addictive dual stick shooter Minigore, Guerrilla Bob is entering the “polishing” phases and likely to be released in the coming weeks.

This is the odyssey of a brave soldier, who decided to take matters in his own hands. They call him Bob, and this is his game!
They were going to nuke the bad guys, but Bob gets pleasure killing them one by one. So he started his own war. Bob against the foes. Bob against everyone. Everyone that moves.

If you’re a fan of Minigore and its style of gameplay, you definitely need to keep an eye out for the action packed and visually delightful Guerrilla Bob. Gameplay videos and new screenshots after the break!

The Game:
Guerrilla Bob supersedes the ordinary survival shooter experience by providing elements of depth and complexity never before met with any iPhone games of its genre.
Level by level, follow Bob to taste the thrill for the kill! You must help Bob make his way through the dangerous canyons, steep deserts and dreadful towns. To do this, he must not only survive the countless attacks, but also explore the land in search of new arsenal and secret items. To make things even more challenging, Bob gets some epic boss encounters.

To control his actions, you get two virtual sticks. The left stick is for moving him around and the right stick is for shooting his weapons.

With multiple difficulty levels, a comprehensive scoring system and online leaderboards, players will be able to see how they compare to the best digital soldiers in the world!

Guerilla Bob offers players a true next-gen console experience that will keep them glued to their handheld device says Andrew Faur, CTO of Angry Mob Games. Making Guerrilla Bob was a fantastic trip, we always wanted to get loose from the mainstream game factories, and express our passion and creativity, by creating our own titles.

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