Angels in the Sky: Update 1.2.0 for iPhone 6
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Angels in the Sky: Update 1.2.0 for iPhone 6

SEOUL, South Korea, Nov. 5, 2014 — (PRNewswire) —  July's hottest App Store release, Angels in the Sky, is being updated; it is the first update after the release of iPhone 6. There are plenty of extra goodies added to enhance the gameplay experience for all of Angels in the Sky fans, including brand new stages.

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The most exciting part of update 1.2.0 is the addition of two types of special stages.  These special stages will be available once per day, giving players the chance to earn bonus points.  One of the stages will be open to all players, while the other will only be unlocked after a player has completed the fifth stage.

But that's still not all: the developers have also improved the game's graphics, creating an even more immersive, detailed world with new geological textures. The special stages have presented even more narrow and detailed geographical textures to give players the sensation of speed. The graphic upgrade is just in time to make the most of the iPhone 6 Plus's XL screen, but everyone will enjoy them. 

This update will also introduce 1) 'Special Weapon' to enhance the shooting experience; 2) 'Mutant NPC System' and 'Item logic,' which enable users to earn random item effects by eliminating a specific NPC in a limited time, offering more opportunities for strategic game play.

Angels in the Sky is a beautifully designed and animated game, powered by Unreal Engine 4.  The incredible quality of the graphics and animation, combined with the polished, unique soundtrack make playing Angels in the Sky much like stepping into one's very own action movie. Angels in the Sky is available in the iTunes App Store now, for $2.99.



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