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ByteSized Studios announces Atomic Fusion: Particle Collider to launch on iOS/Android Jan. 22

Bytesized Studios announced a new game inspired by Sh’mups like Ikaruga.

A press release states that, “Atomic Fusion has stunning, fluid graphics and a thumping trance music soundtrack that fit nicely with all the quantum action on screen. Swiping with either thumb controls the atom; a quick tap with the opposite hand switches between matter (blue) and antimatter (orange). The difficulty level rises exponentially with increased and unstable plasma waves.”

The game will also feature power ups familiar to the genre, like bullet time and shields. The most interesting mechanic however is that each time an element is discovered in-game by a player their name will be posted for all the world to see.

Chief operating officer and co-founder of ByteSized Studios, Stephen Varga says “The invisible world of Quantum Physics doesn’t always have to be a black-and-white illustration, with Atomic Fusion: Particle Collider, we wanted to show that particles and electrons are not abstract concepts; they’re real just like you and me—and they have a beauty of their own. Atomic Fusion will shatter your expectations of atoms and plasma waves in the first 10 seconds of gameplay” 

Atomic Fusion was a finalist in the 2013 Captivate Conference and we at Leviathyn can’t wait to get our hands on it and see what it plays like for ourselves. Trailer after the jump.

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