Update Promised To Super Crate Box Once Community Collects 5 Million Crates
Vlambeer's PC freeware hit Super Crate Box has finally been released for the iPhone, bringing its acclaimed mixture of frantic platforming and crate collection to mobiles for the first time.
The game has you frantically jumping around a 2D single-screen arena, eliminating enemies as you go, in an effort to grab as many crates as possible.
For each crate you collect, you earn a point and your weapon is randomly swapped for another from the game's over-the-top arsenal.
Vlambeer, the indie developers behind the game, have said that as soon as the Super Crate Box userbase has collected a total of five million crates, it'll "get an update of the game ready to roll out".
At the time of writing, the game has been available for less than 48 hours and the community has already managed to collect almost four and a half million crates.
It won't be too long, then, before we find out more about Vlambeer's first update to their debut iOS release.
Super Crate Box is available to download from the App Store, and is currently priced at 99c.