As some of you may know, and realized by seeing some of my old posts, I really dig into games : ) I'm studying Unity3D engine on my free time to someday create a game of my own and who knows, maybe sell it? : )
Anyhow, today I'd like to say a little about a game a good friend and co-worker of mine, Cleverson Leal, created for iPhone, iPods and such. He created it in his spare time and not surprisingly, it rocks! ;-D
His game is called Rescue City and everything was done by himself and just that is already a great accomplishment! The game is free for you to try, you get to play dozens of levels and if you like it, you can buy the full game for $0,99.
The main objective is to help the citizens of different cities. You help by attending calls of three types of emergencies: hospital calls with the ambulance, fire calls with the fire truck and police calls with the police car.
Whenever a call is happening, you have a certain time to send a unit to the rescue, you do this by sliding your finger on the roads tracing the path you want the unit to go. The catch is: there will be times when simultaneous calls are happening and you must attend them all but the cars can collide with each other, so you gotta think fast and plan different routes for the different units while paying attention to the calls deadlines! : )
As the game progresses, the difficulty increases with harder city layouts, constant calls and unique features are added like for instance, an express road where every car's speed is boosted that can be used to your advantage. There are other stuff coming on future updates but for that I'll leave his game's official website link for you to check out.
Support people like Cleverson so they can continue making great games! Try it out on iTunes for free, and if you like it, buy it in-game for $0.99!