Following a classic pitchers' duel between the Phillies' Cole Hamels and the Cardinals' Adam Wainwright, Carlos Ruiz drilled a solo shot in the 10th inning to give Philadelphia its first walk-off victory of the season.
Developed solely by Jonathan Mak, Everyday Shooter won three awards at the Independent Gaming Festival at the 2007 Game Developers Conference. Unlike traditional arcade shooters, the sound effects in Everyday Shooter play in musical harmony with the game’s background music. Throughout Everyday Shooter’s album of games, typical arcade sounds of destruction are replaced with guitar riffs harmonizing over an all-guitar soundtrack.
• Album of Shooter Games – Each of the 8 ‘songs’ or levels has a completely different visual vibe and chain system.
• Vector-Based Graphics – Graphics are created from mathematical equations celebrating the beauty of geometry.
• Stunning, Evolving Synaethesia - Every shot, hit, or explosion creates a visual and musical inspiration that produces a note, chord or riff that harmonizes into the song for each level.
• Full HD at 1080p – In addition to the fluid music, enjoy the brilliant colors and stylized visuals.
Video output in HD requires cables and an HD-compatible display, both sold separately. This game supports displays ranging from standard definition to 1080p.
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©2007 Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. Developed by Jonathan Mak of Queasy Games Inc.