Space Toads Mayhem is coming to PLAY Expo Leeds with the mighty ALAN9000March 29, 2017
Solihull, United Kingdom – Space Toads Mayhem, a fan-favourite on events such as Insomnia or GEEK Play, will be part of the event’s indie games lineup. Lukasz Snopkiewicz, the founder of LimeVibe Games, is proud to announce that this time players will be able to experience the gameplay in a truly retro-flavoured fashion with the aid of the ALAN9000. It’s a custom, purpose-built piece of gaming equipment which uses authentic Happ arcade components. Originally designed as the Atari2600 joystick alternative, thanks to the magic of a 9-pin-to-USB adaptor the controller works brilliantly with any PC / Mac.
“I’m mega happy with the ALAN9000 – the game feels great on a keyboard or a standard controller, but playing it on a proper arcade-derived piece of kit brings the whole experience onto another level. Just what a topdown shoot ’em up needs for an event like this,” explained Lukasz Snopkiewicz, founder of LimeVibe Games. “As the expo approaches, I’m busy implementing new features and upgrades. Just added a tasty CRT TV style look to the whole game, and there’s more enhancements and features on their way – so keep your eyes out for the updates!”
Space Toads Mayhem, coming to PC and Mac in 2017, has recently launched a Steam Greenlight campaign. Space Warriors from all over the world are needed to vote for Space Toads Mayhem on the game’s Greenlight page. Media are encouraged to contact Lukasz regarding interviews, features and demo requests via his Twitter or email.
LimeVibe Games is a one-man gamedev studio formed by a Solihull-based (UK) developer and artist Lukasz Snopkiewicz. Always accompanied by his epic cat Crixus, he aims to deliver high quality retro-inspired entertainment for the discerning indie games connoisseur. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2017 LimeVibe Games. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, OS X and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.