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First of all I would just like to say that the two of us here at Midnight Tangent Studios are big fans of gamedev.net and have each spent a lot of time learning from all of the other developers here! As such, I am proud to announce our first game UPSAT: You Probably Suck At This!


UPSAT is a fast paced reflex game where you race against an ever quickening timer while trying to complete as many ridiculous micro games as possible before you just can't keep up anymore. An Android exclusive, it is available for both phones and tablets and features touch and accelerometer games, dynamically adjusting music, and OpenFeint support for achievements and leaderboards.


We use the tongue-in-cheek title “You Probably Suck At This” because of the game's insulting humor that will taunt you for every mistake you make and dare you to try again when you inevitably fail. Although each micro game is extremely simple once you figure them out, the real challenge will come as the game gets faster and you find yourself trying to “Slap the Monkey” and then “Shake them Hips” all within a matter of seconds!

UPSAT is currently available on Google Play for $0.99 as a part of the Because We May Sale and we would love it if you all would try it out and let us know what you think. We're always listening and hope we can make the game better together!

Download UPSAT on Google Play!

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