Television and movie star Shannon Tweed, seen weekly in the show Gene Simmons Family Jewels, joined iMore live today to give us all the juicy details about her first iPhone and iPad game, Attack of the Groupies. A tower defense-style game, Shannon is all super-heroed up and ready to protect her man, KISS star Gene Simmons, from a full on invasion of deranged, demented groupies.
For the full story, and an awesome swag-filled give away, keep reading!
Shannon was approached by the developer, GoJii games, with the concept and it seemed like the perfect fit. Based on the real-life challenge of living with a famous rockstar, Attack of the Groupies lets Shannon unleash a little cartoon-style justice on cougars, slugs, beauty-queens, and bimbos, including all the over-the-top, explosive weapons and effects you'd expect.
Attack of the Groupies features voice overs from Shannon and her daughter, Sophie Tweed-Simmons. There are power ups to unlock, extra characters (you can even get Shannon's sister, Tracy, via in-app-purchase), and behind-the-scenes bonus content.
If you're a fan of the tower defense genre, or of Shannon Tweed, Gene Simmons, or just of fun, free iPhone and iPad games, check out Attack of the Groupies and Attack of the Groupies HD.
Free - Attack of the Groupies - Download now
Free - Attack of the Groupies HD - Download now
Want some swag, courtesy of Shannon and GoJii games? Of course you do! To enter to win your Shannon Tweed Attack of the Groupies swag pack, simply jump into our iPad Games Forum and tell us your favorite character from the game (other than Shannon, of course!)
- Attack of the Groupies iPad 3 case
- GoGii Games golfing jacket
- GoGii Games baseball cap
(iPad not included, obviously!) What are you waiting for? Enter now! Before the groupies get you!
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