The Pulse has changed everything, and the balance of power is unstable. The time is here for revolutionary ideas to expand the frontier of an established realm beyond reality. Afterpulse is going to push the boundaries of mobile gaming well beyond what was previously possible.
World-renowned publisher GAMEVIL and mobile developer Digital Legends Entertainment launched a third-person shooter designed specifically for mobile devices called Afterpulse on Q4 2015. This game features a latest mobile development technology to transport players to a post-apocalyptic urban battlefield, where they can battle it out in multiplayer matches. Since its global launch, the game has received much attention by game critics and gamers as one of the best action shooters mobile games to date. It pushes mobile shooter gaming to the next level with its high-quality graphics, photorealistic effects, powerful animations and realistic military warfare. Other than just the visual experience, it also provides the perfect environment for a competitive online community. At the same time, the game takes note of every detail and takes good advantage of the mobile platform, providing players the essence of the console shooter.
Gamelab Barcelona is an annual conference held in Barcelona, Spain and provides interactive media companies a platform to market and grow. Since inception, it has evolved into one the most influential gaming exhibitions in the Spanish and European regions. The award ceremony organized by Gamelab recognizes excellence in the mobile gaming industry, in partnership with the Spanish Academy of Interactive Arts and Science.
With this award that recognizes the efforts of both Digital Legends and GAMEVIL, the teams are hard at work to introduce additional items, features, maps and the highly anticipated Android version to Afterpulse fans worldwide.
Download Afterpulse here: bit.ly/Afterpulse
“Like” Afterpulse on Facebook: facebook.com/AfterpulseGame
For more information, visit www.gamevil.com
[Bonus] Afterpulse Complete Guide by FoxHide: Here
Update [11/05/19]: Removed broken links