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klutzGames Releases Bullet Babs for iPhone/iPad, Android and Windows Phone 7.

BERLIN, GERMANY – February 10, 2012 – klutzGames today announced that their second cross platform game Bullet Babs is now available for iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Phone 7. Bullet Babs is a classic Shoot’Em Up game with a tricky dual weapon mechanism and a little story.

Bullet Babs is a simple but fun Shoot’Em Up where the player has to carefully switch between two weapons as the wrong weapon can have negative impacts for the player. Shooting an enemy may then result in duplicating him or provoke a counter bullet attack. The weapons are automatically upgraded over time. The player has to destroy 50 waves of enemy attacks. In the later waves things get pretty fast and hectic. The game can be played in an arcade or story mode.

Bullet Babs is klutzGames’ second cross platform developed game. As a distinctive feature the games share the same source code among all platforms. This is possible by using Xamarin’s Mono libraries for iOS and Android and the open source library MonoGame. Mono is an open source implementation of Microsoft’s .Net platform and MonoGame implements Microsoft’s game framework XNA for Mono. klutzGames’ games Santa Melia and Bullet Babs are currently the only games available for all three platforms based on this technology.

Bullet Babs is available as free download from Apple’s App Store, Google’s Android Market and Microsoft’s Marketplace, or by visiting:

Please visit for more Bullet Babs information, including a trailer and screenshots of the game.

klutzGames, an independent video game studio based in Berlin, Germany, was formed in 2011 by Timo Fleisch for the purpose of creating fun and cute cross platform mobile games.


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