Third Game Release for Video Game Grads Turned Entrepreneurs
The Toronto Film School alumni behind Lucky Mask Games marked their third successful game launch on April 13.
Adam Carbone, James Hooks and Michael Kanitsch, graduates of the Video Game Design and Development and Video Game Design and Animation diploma programs now offered through the Toronto Film Schoo, when on after their graduation to Lucky Mask Games. (Read their full story here)
Since starting their own game development company they have launched Fishy Feathers and Mo-Town. Now comes their third title from Lucky Mask Games: Snipe Show for iOS and Android devices. A simple aim and shoot game, it is also difficult to master and you’ll be practicing for hours trying to get better.
The main objective within Snipe Show is to snipe targets, accurately and effectively. With all game modes linked to online leaderboards, users will have plenty of fun customizing their character’s team for a unique experience. Head-to-head offers bragging rights amongst the community, while the Arcade mode will challenge you: not only to beat your personal best, but also your friends and foes.
Snipe Show focuses on the best parts about hockey and builds an experience where you and your opponent are on equal playing grounds. It’s a must have for hockey fans everywhere.
Players can customize their player and there are more that 100 levels in the game.
Check out more on the Lucky Mask Games Website by clicking here. To find out more about the Video Game programs at Toronto Film School click here.