Busy All Night

iOS Apps, Games and Design

Welcome to Busy All Night.

iOS apps, games and design by David Dennis.

The Rescue

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Features

Over 20 challenging and intense levels. 
On-screen joystick control. 
Integrated Game Centre Leaderboard. 
Variable game speed for a players seeking to really test their skills. 
Realistic princess in need of rescue. 

Description

Have you got what it takes to be a hero? For the first time in video game history* the love of your life has been kidnapped and now you must go on an epic quest to rescue her. Standing between you and your princess are levels of deadly falls, cunning traps, painful weapons and crafty guards. You'll need to use all your skills to run, duck and jump your way to the princess avoiding level after level of treacherous obstacles. 

You start each level at the left side of the screen and your aim is to make your way the right side any way possible to continue on your way. Easy, right? Each level becomes a little more difficult as the guards try to thwart your gallant rescue attempt, challenging your puzzle solving skills and testing your reflexes along the way. 

The Rescue is the style of game that was common in glory days of Commodore 64 gaming featuring simple yet extremely addictive level design and game-play.

Achievements

- New and Noteworthy (AUS) 
- What's Hot (AUS) 
- New and Noteworthy (UK) 
- New and Noteworthy (Greece) 

Devices

The Rescue is designed and optimised for iPhone 4, iPhone 4S and all iPad models. 

What the Critics are Saying

"I've never seen a better app" 
- A person who doesn’t buy many apps 

"Delightful, funny, scary, exciting, and, most of all, a genuine work of imagination" 
- Roger Ebert (describing "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory") 

"Graphics like you know the programmer had a long lunch at the pub that day" 
- Someone too young to remember the NES and Master System but who knows the joy of a long lunch. 

"Perfect for playing in the john" 
- A person in the cubicle next door. 

"Fuuuuuuuuu!!!" 
- A person stuck on level 13

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* minimal research conducted into this claim.