DEARBORN, MI – March 12, 2018 – Rasterzone Entertainment today announced the upcoming release of their next mobile game, Harry and Larry. In their first animated adventure, Harry and Larry compete in the annual Grocery Run obstacle course. The player must guide the Harry and Larry twins and their grocery cart through 24 aisles full of treats to collect and obstacles to dodge. In addition to the game announcement, the company also released a teaser video on the game's official website, HarryandLarry.com. The video introduces the characters and includes the first clips from the game. Harry and Larry will be available on the App Store on April 25th.
The game takes Harry and Larry through four sections of the grocery store, starting with the boxed goods and dairy sections, followed by the home and garden section, and ending in the Employees Only section. Along the way, they must dodge a mix of obstacles such as fish crates, ladders, and snowballs. Each level features a different type of treat to collect. They range from colorful fruit such as pineapples and strawberries, to sweets such as candy canes and cupcakes.
"What makes Harry and Larry so appealing is the animated comedy and design. The game plays just like an interactive cartoon full of slapstick comedy and hilarious cutscenes. Harry and Larry is the type of game that is really easy to pick up and play for a minute or two. From the very first grocery aisle, the game has enough animated adventure to keep players entertained for many hours," said game creator Alan Scarantino.
As players progress through the game, the difficulty and speed increases, and the levels get more crowded with obstacles to maneuver around. The goal is to get to the end of each level without hitting an obstacle. The game features four power-up chambers for the player to fly through. Players can get a shield power-up to survive one hit, or an invincibility power-up to grant temporary invulnerability to all obstacles. There are also speed-up and speed-down chambers which allow the player to speed up, or slow down, respectively. Players can also replay each level, and try to get a perfect record by collecting all the treats.
The game can be played with only one thumb moving Harry and Larry up and down, while they automatically fly forward. Accompanying the gameplay is a melodic and fast-paced soundtrack. The graphics are fully animated up to 2048x1536 Retina display resolution and 60 frames per second. Harry and Larry is compatible with iPhone, iPhone X, and iPad running iOS 8.0 or later.
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Rasterzone Entertainment, LLC is an independent game company based in Dearborn, Michigan. Founded in 2015 by Alan Scarantino, Rasterzone focuses on fun and accessible mobile games for players of all skill levels. To learn more about Rasterzone and their games, visit Rasterzone.com.