MLC Tennis Hot Shots Galaxy puts you in the shoes of a Hot Shots tennis player as you serve, rally and smash your way through a series of out-of-this-world tournaments. Customise your player, earn powerups, execute devastating power moves, avoid random environmental hazards and challenge your friends for ranking!
Fun tennis action: Take control of your player and defeat a host of out-of-this-world opponents as you climb to the top of the rankings
Create the player you want: Customise your player in the Pro Shop from an incredible range of traditional and crazy clothing and equipment
Out of this world: Play through three themed worlds—Jurassic, Spooky and Galactic—each with unique environmental hazards
Powerup: Unlock and use crazy powerups, such as Mega Forehand, Lightning Lob, Sonic Boom and Atomic Smash. Time your shots to maximize power and placement
Challenge your friends: Add friends and prove who is the best Hot Shot by getting to number 1 in your friends’ list. Look out for your friends’ avatars cheering you on during matches
Based on Tennis Hot Shots Program: The game is based on the popular MLC Tennis Hot Shots program run by Tennis Australia: http://hotshots.tennis.com.au/
Millipede Creative Development “direct, design and develop games, applications, services and experiences for mobile platforms, physical spaces and the web”. In other words, brands and companies pay them to make awesome games and apps for iOS & Flash.
The team is full of passionate game developers and lead by a guy with a mind in the gutter so they have always wanted to build something for themselves. In early 2011 they did just that, releasing Bullistic, a free physics puzzler starring a bunch of antisocial bulls and a china shop.
Originally intended just to be a fun project to give to clients and show off the team’s capabilities, the game was picked up for new and noteworthy by Apple and has been downloaded by tens of thousands of players. It reached the dizzy heights of #4 free app in Australia and New Zealand and #3 in Mexico!
The team decided that perhaps they were on to something and set about creating a bigger, better, ruder version of the concept, even receiving funding support from Film Victoria to accomplish this task. Fast-forwards to mid-2012 and that game is here – Bullistic Unleashed.
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