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function.repair Now Available in the Apple App Store

function.repair fixbot demergo studios apple app store iOS iphone ipad
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function.repair Now Available in the Apple App Store function.repair is now available on the App Store! For a limited time get it for 99 cents!

Link to App Store:http://itunes.apple....21235?ls=1&mt=8

Function.repair is a fresh new 2D platform shooter with a unique, no-gravity movement style.

You assume the role of Fixbot, one of the many fixbots, who awakens to find himself in the middle of a massive, broken down space ship. You don't know where you are; all you know is that you are programmed to repair the ship. However, repairing the ship will prove to be more difficult as you will run into various environmental hazards, hostile aliens, and mysterious saboteurs.

Function.repair brings immersive gameplay to iOS. The unique gameplay elements allow each player to enjoy the game in his or her own way and at a desired rate. Function.repair was built by gamers, for gamers.

Recommended Devices: iPad 2 & 3, iPhone 4

New Trailer:

Jun 22 2012 08:51 AM
Looks very cool!
Jun 22 2012 01:17 PM
I'm glad its finally in the store! I myself will be purchasing it soon
Jun 22 2012 03:05 PM
Hey Litheon and cgpIce,

Thanks for commenting, and I hope you both enjoy it. If you have any comments or suggestions, please feel free to comment about it here or send me an email at tbluhm@demergostudios.com, and we would love to hear your feedback.

Thanks for keeping up with us, and supporting us, I look forward to posting about our next project soon!
Jun 24 2012 07:53 AM
Pretty much my review:
Well, I had a blast playing it! I like how you worked in save spots as well as how simple and easy the controls are. The monsters made it an interesting challenge, as well as when I got lost and forgot which direction I was going, from start to finish I found it highly entertaining. The concept was great and I'm glad to say I'v stuck with you and I can't wait for your next project, well done.

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