NEW YORK, Oct. 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Mad Elections was launched successfully on the Android platform on July 3rd http://goo.gl/UtLfm under the title Angry Elections. A full version of Angry Elections is now available for $.99 in the U.S. on Google Play and Amazon App store for Kindle Fire. It is priced similarly in other regions worldwide.
"Call it Mad or Angry Elections, we could not be happier that the game will be available for Apple iPhone and iPad users. Although the audio sound bytes, which added another layer of humor, was removed, we still think that people will enjoy the visual political satire and humor," said Kevin Moore Mad Elections creator.
Mad Elections is an Angry Birds inspired physics-based mobile game that lets players choose a political party to sling, ding and wing at opposing parties. In addition to its simple, addictive game-play of launching political candidates heads at their adversaries, the game deploys original audio sound bytes from the 2012 Presidential election at the end of every level of game play, weather one wins or loses. The options are to play as a Republican, a Democrat or even as an Occupied Movement member.
Levels including President Obama, Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and the colorful cast from the Occupied Movement are only available in the Pro version. Enjoy the launching and defeat of cartoon-like animated characters modeled after participants of this historical presidential election. Mad Elections also integrates Facebook functionality allowing users to post high scores directly to their Facebook page to engage competitive social friend play within their circles of friends.
"Our goal was to release a funny and entertaining political game/app across three mobile platforms. We hope by creating Mad Elections we are bringing a bit of fun and levity to a contentious election season," said Kevin Moore.
MOBVIE.com a New York based company located in the Flat Iron district. MOBVIE develops Apps for Apple, Android and Kindle Fire. Its Founder Kevin Moore has delivered mobile App projects for organizations such as Disney, OnStar, Social Security Administration and the United States Army.