DURHAM, NC--(Marketwired - Apr 22, 2014) - Relevant Games, makers of "Games that Entertain and Enlighten," has today released Scrap Squad for mobile platforms. Fitting the spirit of Earth Day, Scrap Squad challenges players to manage endless waves of falling trash by matching the right item to the appropriate recycling robot. The more recyclables that the player matches, the faster new junk tumbles down the conveyor, keeping the gameplay frantic and fun. Scrap Squad's humorous art will keep players grinning from ear to ear while robo-recycling the day away. Players can spend in-game cash on upgrades for their hilarious collection of recycling robots, and who knows, they may even pick up a few tips about what's recyclable in the real-world!
Scrap Squad puts players in the role of a mad scientist in a frantically fun-on-the-run action game. Players start out with a secret lab, a few clunker robots and a simple mission to sort falling objects, which those robots haul away and turn into cash to finance your nefarious plans. The trash treadmill soon speeds up, challenging the player to upgrade his army of 'bots to become faster and more efficient. As players earn more and more money, they can unlock tons of upgrades and plug-ins to turbo-charge their robots, and their evil plans!
About Relevant Games
Located in Durham, NC, Relevant Games is a joint venture of two major media companies, the E.W. Scripps Company and Capitol Broadcasting. We are made up of industry veterans who have worked for Ubisoft, Epic Games, Insomniac Games, Westwood Studios, EA and cdv Software and worked on franchises like Ratchet and Clank, Ghost Recon, Command & Conquer, Rainbow Six, Gears of War, and Sacred.
We build and publish games that entertain and enlighten players about real world topics through fun and exciting gameplay experiences.
About Hazard Studios
Located in the heart of the expanding gaming community in Durham, NC, Hazard Studios is focused on creating simple, fun, and compelling mobile games. Our experienced team of dedicated artists and programmers strive for excellence in every aspect of game design.