Indiagames has announced the launch of three enthralling games based on the recently released films – Kaminey, Quick Gun Murugun and Aagey Se Right – for the mobile.
Inspired by the latest blockbuster Kaminey, a UTV Motion Pictures production, Indiagames has launched a highly action packed mobile game aptly suiting the thrills offered by the movie. Go chase, fight the cops, take risks, hit the rival gangs – Experience the craze that you wish to be a part of, after watching the movie. The game replicates the role donned by Charlie, the protagonist of the movie, packed with absorbing game-play and thrilling levels.
The ‘Quick Gun Murugun’ game is based on the film Quick Gun Murugun, who is the central character of the game. He is an unlikely superhero with ‘Guntastic’ powers and a sincere South Indian cowboy who considers it his duty to serve and protect. The movie revolves around his mis-adventures with his arch villain Rice Plate Reddy! The whacky game-play of Quick Gun Murugan tests the player’s shooting speed and reaction time. The player, who is a cowboy, has to swiftly shoot the enemies appearing in the area using a desert eagle pistol, before they try to shoot him.
The game ‘Aagey Se Right’ is an action-packed nonstop bike racing/pursuit game based on UTV Motion Pictures’ comedy film Aagey Se Right. The game-play tests the player’s driving skills, speed and reaction time while he rides his bike through the chaotic streets of Mumbai city. In the game, the player who dons the role of the cop Dinkar Waghmare, has to chase his trusted Bajarangbali stickered gun on the run. While chasing it, his fate and destiny make him an unlikely hero against the underworld goons and terrorists.
Announcing the launch of these games, Samir Bangara, COO, Indiagames said, “Movies in India have a huge fan following and we are pleased to offer these exciting games to the rapidly growing base of mobile gamers. It gives us an excellent opportunity to extend the experience of these films to the user’s mobile screen, giving the fans and core gamers, alike, an opportunity to relive these films, on the move.”