Factsheet

Developer:
The Mascoteers
Based in Melbourne, Australia

Release date:
December 24, 2017

Platforms:
Gear VR

Website:
themascoteers.com

Regular Price:
4.00

Description

A first-person adventurous shooting game, where you have to shoot the enemies and their throwing objects to protect an ancient treasure and yourself. Just aim your crossbow to the object and trigger it to lead a destruction. You may find yourself surrounded by hot, boiling lavas or in an island of the cold sea.

History

VR is in all the rage these days, and The Mascoteers team is here to join the party. After releasing successful titles like the Volkan, we were ready to take the fun of VR gaming to the next level. We wanted to build on the familiar concept of fruit slicing and add tons of new elements to it. The result is Fruit Land, a game with immersive landscapes, interesting characters, and a unique fruit-mechanics which will surely add new dimensions to the arcade mobile gaming experience.

Features:

  • 360-degree virtual reality experience
  • Easy controls, just aim at your target and shoot!
  • Immersive landscapes with unique characters at each level
  • Original addictive gameplay

Videos

This video is nice YouTube


Images

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There are far more images available for The Mascoteers, but these are the ones we felt would be most useful to you. If you have specific requests, please do contact us!


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Monetization Permission

The Mascoteers allows for the contents of Fruit Land to be published through video broadcasting services for any commercial or non-commercial purposes. Monetization of videos created containing assets from Fruit Land is legally and explicitly allowed by The Mascoteers.

About Mascoteers

The Mascoteers are a collection of indie game developers from WebAlive, a Melbourne based digital agency who have years of experience in the industry. Our team of incredible developers love to create new and interesting games. Often finding that the simplest concepts make for the best, most addictive game play.


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