Iron Man iPhone Game Launches Its Aerial Assault


The folks at Paramount Digital Entertainment were kind enough to send us over some information on a little iPhone/iPod Touch game they knew we would just love. Or at least, they much know how much I love my iPhone — so it was a guaranteed coverage sort of situation. Anyway, they’ve released a new game called Iron Man: Aerial Assault and we’ve got the details and some screenshots below.

“The Iron Man game gives players the opportunity to play as Iron Man and engage in aerial combat and challenges that require quick maneuvering and accurate shooting. As players navigate through high altitude battles, they will soar through 12 different levels of airborne combat where menacing enemies will not rest until they have conquered the skies. To aid in the mission, players have access to high-powered weaponry and strategic flying mechanisms that will serve to eliminate those that stand in Iron Man’s path.”



“Using an upgradeable, high-powered armor developed by Stark Industries, players will hone their skills by using a variety of weapons to battle through wave after wave of enemy units. With the touch of a thumb, players can access, charge and fire an arsenal of state-of-the-art weapons including repulsor blasts, missiles, and the devastating Unibeam.

Developed by doublesix, IRON MAN: AERIAL ASSAULT utilizes the innovative technology in iPhone and iPod touch, like the accelerometer and Multi-Touch users interface to enhance the game play experience while providing new and exciting challenges to conquer throughout.”

Iron Man: Aerial Assault is available for $7.99 from Apple’s App Store on iPhone and iPod touch.

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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