Pizza Vs. Skeletons TV
- Publisher: Riverman Media LLC
- Genre: Casual
- Released: 13 Sep, 2017
- Size: 339.5 MB
- Price: $2.99
- App Store Info
DescriptionYou are BIG. You are TASTY. You are kicking some brittle undead @$$, now on the BIG SCREEN!
== iPhone and iPad Awards ==
"Best Casual Game of the Year" -Best App Ever Awards
Top 10 iOS Game of the Year -Metacritic.com
"Ridiculous yet Amazing" -USA Today
Pizza Vs. Skeletons is an epic, ridiculous, 2D platform game, with the most variety of any Apple TV game ever created. You control a 25-foot-tall pizza as it smashes through a horde of undead rivals on land, sea, and in outer space.
OUR PROMISE TO YOU: No ads. No getting suckered into buying more stuff later. The whole game, for one price, for all updates, forever.
WARNING! This is not a casual game! Each level has three tiers of challenges and things can get pretty tough by the end! (Don't worry, we'll ease you in gently!)
What can a 25-foot-tall pizza do? Well, pretty much EVERYTHING*
= Crush fossilized ostriches = Rescue Schnauzer puppies = Stomp obnoxious cupids = Learn Karate = Sumo wrestle an alien = Ski with comrades = Demolish a haunted skyscraper = Eat fugu = Bounce on space marshmallows = Smash the great pyramids = Celebrate Dia de los Muertos = Grow a mohawk = Visit the moon = Protect civilians = Raid a meat factory = Thwart a UFO abduction = Teach baseball players a lesson they will never forget = Plunder cash = Be a pirate = Don't be a pirate = Be a pirate with an ant's mouth = Destroy a perfectly good log cabin = Get pummeled by teddy bears = Go nuclear =
*Yes, you can actually do all this and far more!
+ 120 fantastically ridiculous levels
+ 3 distinct challenges in each level
+ Full MFi Controller and Apple TV remote support
+ Dozens of enemies
+ Huge bosses
+ Customize the perfect hero--add peppers, a powdered wig, be a peanut butter and jelly sandwich... design over A QUARTER MILLION PIZZAS!
+ Game Center: online leaderboards and challenging achievements
Riverman Media is two brothers who have dedicated their lives to the art of 2D game making