Flic

  • App Design
  • iOS App Development
  • App Marketing

 

We had the pleasure of working with Mamdo Courses to design, develop and market Flic. We were also proud to be apart of #ATW13 (Around The World in 13 Days) to promote Flic.

The destinations visited included London, Paris, Milan, Dubai, Shanghi, San Fransico and New York

Download Flic

Mobile App Design

Flic everything in your path and protect your base. This experience requires focus, concentration, and timing to not only beat the clock, but also break records against other online players.

10 intense levels in campaign mode to test your skills with the ability to purchase Nukes & Base Shields to aid your way to victory.

Time Attack mode to see how long you can last and the option to challenge your friends.

Customise your disc in various colours and unlock power attacks.

Download and join the Flic empire today!

 

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