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Post by Dan @ 10:34am 08/11/12 | 0 Comments
Australian developer Krome Studios has both announced and launched TY The Tasmanian Tiger: Boomerang Blast, an iOS shooting gallery game featuring their flagship mascot character, and probably not quite what fans were expecting when TY's return was teased back in July.
Join TY as he sharpens his boomerang skills. Throwing ‘rangs is as simple as a flick of the finger, blasting away the targets as they move around the ‘Ranging range. Smash the enemy targets to score big points and earn opals, but look out for the friendly targets, they don’t like to be hit! ‘Rangs can be flung from both hands to double the damage and blast your way to higher and higher scores!
Prior to sadly shuttering its Adelaide studio, and clearing house in Melbourne, and Brisbane in 2010, Krome was Australia's largest developer (actually one of the largest independent studios globally) with over 400 staff at its peak.

Krome Boomerang Blast can be found here on iTunes.













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