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Turtle Invaders Are Here!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Zyrobotics, LLC for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

It's sad to think that some of you reading this have never heard of or played Space Invaders. Ah, the memories of playing that game at the mall arcade (something else long gone)! Sigh. Now, multiple game platforms exist and few games are more convenient than those playable via apps on your phone. With a wink at the classic Space Invaders approach, Turtle Invaders is a new app for younger children and children with special needs. I downloaded it and took it for a spin.

You are an octupus named Octoremus on the seafloor trying to fend off scores of sea turtles who have decided to take over the underwater Aqua world. There's no need to move the octupus as it moves left and right continuously. However, the app allows the player to adjust the speed. The key is firing your "ink missles" at the right time to hit the turtles which disappear on strike.

As the game progresses, the number of turtles and their movements change. Plus, they began to drop their own "bombs."

The graphics are fun and easy on the eyes. The sound track and sound effects are simple and supportive. There are no ads and no in-app purchases. This is intentionally designed to be a fun, engaging, and motor-skill enhancing game that parents and kids will love. Download it today and see how long you can keep away those pesky turtles!

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