FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Nov. 27, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MEDL Mobile, Inc. (OTCBB:MEDL) – a pioneer in the creation, development, marketing and monetization of mobile apps – announced today that the company has teamed up again with Sean Cooper to create Boxhead 3D - a newly imagined version of the team's popular Boxhead: The Zombie Wars.
The original Boxhead: The Zombie Wars was a perennial App Store favorite and was long featured as one of the top Zombie Games on the store and has generated millions of downloads. The mobile version was based on an online version of the game which itself had a fanatical user base - with more than 15,000,000 players online.
The new version of the game releases this week and reintroduces the hero, John Bambo, in a 3D game environment. The game also features a new coin system which allows players to unlock an assortment of new characters and levels. Coins can be earned through game play or can be bought via in-app purchase.
"Boxhead has always been one of our favorite apps in the library," said Dave Swartz, MEDL President and CCO. "I think the original fans of the game are going to love this new version."
Sean Cooper started out in the games industry in 1987. He led, designed and programmed many hit titles with Bullfrog Productions Ltd. for Electronic Arts which collectively sold 20 million copies (Populous, Syndicate, Dungeon Keeper, Godfather, 007). In 2005 he started creating casual games at seantcooper.com ltd. where he created Boxhead, Shadez & wOne series as well as the FLISO Isometric Engine for Flash.
"MEDL has built an amazing framework for this new 3D game," said Sean Cooper. "It has been really fun working along side them to dial up the gore, the action and the excitement for our fans."
Boxhead 3D is now available on the Apple App Store: http://bit.ly/boxhead3d
Boxhead 3D Press Assets: http://bit.ly/BoxheadPress
About MEDL Mobile
MEDL has led mobile strategy, ideation, development, marketing and monetization for many of the biggest names on the planet - in areas diverse as entertainment, telecom, medicine, education and retail - for such prestigious clients as Hyundai, Taco Bell, Monster.com, The New York Times Company, and Telefonica. The Company enters into partnerships to mobilize and monetize IP with such notable names as Encyclopedia Britannica, Real Madrid, Cheech & Chong and Marlee Matlin.
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