Greedy Bankers Sequel Coming to iPad
By Simon Burns On 21 Jun, 2011 At 08:33 PM | Categorized As iPad, News | With 0 Comments

Greedy Bankers was a puzzle game that scored very highly in our review recently, and the developer has given us a sneak peak at the second game in the series, Greedy Bankers vs The World.

Set to be released as an iPad title, the focus this time is going to be multiplayer, with two players sharing a screen in a competitive scramble for cash.

Here is a quote from the developer to give you a few more details;

How do I play Greedy Bankers multiplayer?

Two players share the iPad screen, with the game board split into two sides. Cash in gems on your side to add to your total, and drop rubble on your opponents. But watch out – some rubble contains greedybankersipad Greedy Bankers Sequel Coming to iPad screenshotpower-ups, so you need to take advantage of your lead before your opponent bounces back!

Players are free to steal gems from across the board and cash them in on their own side, and there is no penalty for stealing. You can even set traps for your friends, turning their hard-earned gems into rubble, or blowing them up with bombs. Whether or not you play fair is entirely up to you!

You can choose to play at opposite sides of the board, or side by side, and stealing across the board can be disabled, if you’re in the mood for a more civilised game. In fact, many of the game rules will be customisable, to make sure the game rules suit you and your friends the best.

What stage of development are you in?

I’m currently working on balancing the game, finding the optimum feature-set for the game, and optimising the display to make it as clear and punchy as possible. I also have some other big features which are being implemented, the details of which I will announce in the coming weeks. Suffice to say, once you’ve beaten all your friends, you’ll still have a legion of opponents ready to battle you.

For fans of the first game, this looks good, even at this early stage. Check out the video below, and keep an eye on the site for more details.



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Simon Burns

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