2 Aug 2011

Captain America App at $0.99 for iPhone, iPad and Android



Disney Mobile and Marvel Entertainment are now offering the new CAPTAIN AMERICA: Sentinel of Liberty App for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch at a special price of $0.99.  This is a limited time offer to coincide with the opening of Paramount Pictures and Marvel Studios’ feature film “Captain America: The First Avenger.”The CAPTAIN AMERICA: Sentinel of Liberty app also launched this weekend on Android Market with a special price of $0.99 for a limited time.  Android device owners can also download for free the official Captain America Shield Live Wallpaper.  The wallpaper allows Captain America fans to tap to bombard their screen with bullets and deflect with the unbreakable shield!

About the CAPTAIN AMERICA: Sentinel of Liberty App
CAPTAIN AMERICA: Sentinel of Liberty is an epic action game set in World War 2 complete with stunning HD graphics and an original storyline and soundtrack. Players assume the role of the famous comic book character in a mission to stop the Red Skull from tipping the balance of power.
CAPTAIN AMERICA: Sentinel of Liberty features spectacular graphics and precise touch controls allowing players to execute wall runs, slide under traps, and unleash devastating combo attacks with dynamic intensity. The game features 24 levels, each with multiple pathways and hidden areas, unfolding over three episodes. In addition, the game includes unlockables, high score leader boards and extra features to add to the gameplay experience. The action comes to life with an original story and script written by Marvel writer Christos Gage and comic panels by Marvel artists Ron Lim and Christopher Sotomayor. A compelling original soundtrack completes the Captain America experience.
The CAPTAIN AMERICA: Sentinel of Liberty App is available for $0.99 from the App Store on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch or at www.itunes.com/appstore., or for $0.99 on select Android devices athttps://market.android.com/.

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