Jetstreame announced late last week that its latest game, Star Shapers, is now available on Google Play and for download on Amazon. Versions for iOS and Windows 8 will follow in the coming months.
Jetstreame is an indie mobile game studio in Baton Rouge that develops games for iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows, and specializes in video game development, interactive media and 3D animation.
Founder Godric Johnson launched the company in October 2012 in Louisiana Technology Park’s Level Up Lab. The main objective is to develop high-quality, immersive games for both casual and hardcore gamers.
Louisiana Technology Park explained Star Shapers as a fast-paced, retro-style puzzle game in the vein of popular arcade titles from the late 80s and early 90s, which combined elements of popular titles like Asteroids and Tetris. Players use a cannon to fire star fragments into other moving shape pieces, in order to create various stars. “When players connect a specified number of fragments of the same color, they complete the star shapes and increase their score. Playing quickly and strategically will help maximize your overall score as your standings grow on the online leader boards.”