We are pleased to announce the release of Sea Rascals XL. This is a special version of Sea Rascals designed for the iPad in which we have managed to fit up to 99 Rascals on screen!
Additionally, we’ve added Game Center, so you can earn achievement badges and see how your scores stack up on the Leader Boards.
Another bonus is the addition of Coral Mode in which coral blocks grow up from the sea floor. Players are awarded bombs based on the number of combination moves they perform. The bombs vary in strength and must be placed on the coral in order to eliminate it.
Check out the trailer for Sea Rascals below and then try it out on your iPad!
The project really started to come to life in a real way yesterday. A few of us loaded into a borrowed car and hit the road headed for rural New Jersey. Our destination – the home of Riley Martin. Riley’s voice is not only distinct but also absolutely perfect for our cynical lead frog. The day quickly became one to remember- from the start when Russell mistook the crappy bagel shop for the delicious muffin shop, right up until re-parking the car back into a massive snowbank in Brooklyn.
The real magic, however, occurred in Washington, NJ. There we turned a rustic motel room into a temporary recording studio. Riley immediately took to the bed in true Desi fashion to complete his voice work. In what can perhaps be called method voice-acting, he had managed to immerse himself in the character – and we’re sure Desi wouldn’t have had it any other way. The Miller Lights intermixed with Basics cigarettes added both the smooth and rough to his voice, generating an intoxicating blend known only as “Riley Martin”. Everyone did their best play nice, and the session produced “really good” results. The man himself professed that Nicholas would either win an Oscar or end up a member of Taliban.
It can definitely be said that everyone left the experience slightly more enlightened. Now we just need to get to work on editing the various chapters and takes from what Riley described as “the hardest fucking script” he’s ever worked with.
I’d like to introduce myself as the newest member to the Pajamahouse fold. I’ll be helping out with various marketing initiatives and trying to raise general awareness for the brand. If you have any interesting ideas or creative ways to promote Pajamahouse- I’m open.
I also mix records under the guise DJ Clever. So, it’s only appropriate that I use Sonorasaurus for that very reason. I put together a Dubstep mix today using Rex. It turned out okay, so I uploaded it to Mixcloud. I’ll continue to post more mixes as I get more familiar and comfortable with SR. Feel free to leave feedback on the mix, too.