Horizon Studios releases Postal Panic for iPad
Horizon Studios has released Postal Panic for the iPad, a postal code delivery game that challenges players to deliver parcels to the proper postal codes while racing against the clock. As parcels travel down the conveyor belt, players must drag them to the displayed postal code before they fall off the belt. Actual postal codes from the U.K. are used in the game with an accurate map of the U.K. postal code system provided, starting with London and eventually expanding throughout the country. Horizon Games is an independent developer comprised entirely of students from the Train2Game design and development course run by U.K. based DR Studios. Postal Panic is available from the App Store as a free download for the first three weeks, after which is will be priced at $1 with 50% of the revenue from the game going to the Prince’s Trust, a youth charity that helps to provide support and key workplace skills development to young people in the U.K.
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