Armenian Developer Unveils New iPhone Game

A screen shot of the new game, Cocky Roach

YEREVAN (GamesPress)—Armenia-based Suren Hakobyan has announced the release and worldwide availability of Cocky Roach, his new fast-paced game for iPhone and iPod touch. With simple rules, intuitive touch controls, and dynamic gameplay Cocky Roach is the title that would appeal to the pick up and play gamers of the iOS world.

The game both entertains and tests users quickness and accuracy. The player’s mission is to catch speedy bugs at one tap, as the screen is extremely fragile. To succeed Cocky Roach players should avoid accidental and unnecessary dabs as frivolous tapping is penalized and the screen solidity drops dramatically with every extra touch.

Cocky Roach features forty levels of fun accompanied by uplifting musical score. Users should apply all their cunning and show quick reaction to stop huge bugs that crack the screen under their weight.  What makes the game even more exciting is a number of power-ups for both players and insects. Little hearts that randomly appear on the screen multiply bugs making users mission twice as hard, while in time collected gold stars help to improve users’ statistics.

“Cocky Roach is an extremely buoyant game to play that will keep you on your toes up to the last level. Those cute bugs that move across the screen at an alarming rate are absolutely unpredictable in their actions. You never know where they will be in the next second and what happens next”, commented Suren Hakobyan, the game creator.

Suren Hakobyan is an indie developer who strives to develop games that make people smile. The main idea of his titles is an easy to grasp concept, simplicity, and positive experience.

Check out Cocky Roach.

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  1. Ray said:

    Good job Suren!

    Hopefully more talented Armenians like Suren get into coding and developing. Bravo!

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