Chillingo continue to excel on iOS platform with Robin Hood

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Mobile specialist publisher, Chillingo, continues its strong iOS traction with a new castle defense game.

Robin Hood is a 2D tower defense game featuring bright visuals and was developed by Mudloop. It’s available from the App store now.

Chillingo is a true publisher success story, with a number of major hits on the iPad and iPhone platforms, as well successful adaptations of those games on the Nintendo DSi, Playstation PSP and Nintendo Wii.

None of its games are especially complex, but the publisher also seems to understand that an inexpensive App game should still offer reasonably high production values.

The newest game appears to continue this trend:

The press release:

Castle Defense Game Brings Quirky, Fun, Twist to This Popular Tale

Chillingo – Subsidiary of Chillingo and publisher of the world’s fastest growing, creative, mass market mobile games
Mudloop – Developer of the wildly, entertaining new iPhone and iPad game, Robin Hood

The world’s most famous archer has arrived on the iOS devices in this swashbuckling castle defense game! Take control of Robin Hood and reign destruction from above on your enemies. Protect your village and battle against foes ranging from classic medieval soldiers to giant weapons of siege warfare, and then prepare for the almighty enemy – Soldiers on Wooden Segways!

Robin Hood is available now for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad

Worldwide on the Apple App Store:

Because wave after wave of enemies create a challenge like no other in the genre with battle-axe wielding trolls, fire breathing dragons and enormous medieval tanks for intense boss fights!

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