FlyCraft Herbie: Crazy Machines game is coming on July 22th, 2014

Larissa, Greece – From the creator of the award winning games Pop Corny and FlyCraft, comes a new game “FlyCraft Herbie: Crazy Machines”, on July 22th. Free to download, “FlyCraft Herbie: Crazy Machines” challenges players to pilot crazy flying contraptions, and carry Herbie through the forest and skies. Herbie is the coolest male ladybug in the forest, and flies on turbine and rocket powered vehicles, collecting coins, gems and more gas to keep flying. This skill based game will keep the player engaged with its numerous vehicles and endless gameplay.

“It feels great to finally allow iOS and Android users to get a taste of the BlackBerry game of the year through this spin-off,” said Harry Kalogirou of NLOGN. “I hope this will get people excited for the coming of the original title on non BlackBerry platforms.”

Features:
* The hero from the award winning game FlyCraft
* Play with Herbie or Mollie
* Record and share your crazy flights on YouTube
* Share your scores on Facebook, Twitter and more
* Sweet graphics
* Collect red life gems and Drachma coins
* Unlock various crazy flying contraptions

This simple game will challenge your reflexes, response speed and your flying technique. “FlyCraft Herbie: Crazy Machines” will be available for iOS, Android and BlackBerry on the day of release.

FlyCraft Herbie: Crazy Machines
Download (iOS, Android, BlackBerry)
YouTube Video (Trailer)
Press Kit (zip)

NLOGN is an independent video game studio based in Larissa, Greece. Founded in 2011 by Charilaos (Harry) Kalogirou, NLOGN focuses on game development for mobile devices aiming for projects that combine traditional gaming values with the emerging opportunities afforded by touch devices and the mobile market. Geared towards an open development model, based on information and knowhow sharing, Harry tries to share most of the development process on his blog and also by writing on major development blogs like AltDevBlogADay and GamaSutra. Harry is also responsible for single handedly writing and later releasing the game engine Sylphis3D as open source that is valued by ohloh.net at $2.2 million. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 NLOGN. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.