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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:40pm 22/06/12 | 2 Comments
Continuing our push for locally-developed games here on AusGamers, this week we're looking at Bank Job from Brisbane-based Screwtape Studios.
Help bungled burglar, Paulie Barbosa, escape the high security vaults while collecting as much loot as possible. Reach checkpoints to deposit loot or get hurt and lose it forever. Climb up and down between the vaults and sewers all while avoiding high-tech security lasers, spikes, anvils and spinning grinders.
The game has some of the best music and art we've seen produced in the indie iOS scene here in Australia, and gives last week's awesome title, Monstaaa!, a real run for its polished money!

You can pick the game up now on the App Store (free), or for Google Play right here.

Watch the release trailer embedded below, and click the thumbnails for a closer look at Bank Job's art-style.

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Posted 11:35am 06/7/12
Looks pretty groovy. Really reminds me of HOSTAGES for the Amiga! That game rocked.

Posted 11:52am 06/7/12
both links go to itunes atm.
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