Deep Silver FISHLABS is proud to announce its next high-quality publishing project. In cooperation with Tama Games and Mutant Games from Spain, the Hamburg-based mobile unit of publishing giant Deep Silver will soon release an innovative blend of autorunner and 2D platformer called Stranded – Mars ONE.

The deal with the Valencia and Palma de Mallorca-based app developers marks the North-German company’s fifth collaboration with external partners in 2015. Previously, Deep Silver FISHLABS already announced co-operations with ISBIT Games from Sweden and OKAM Studio from Argentina as well as Animation Arts and Chimera Entertainment, both located in Germany.

Stranded: Mars One

Stranded – Mars ONE tells the story of a little astronaut desperately trying to find a way back home from Mars, where his spacecraft crash-landed during a recon mission.

With only limited oxygen at his disposal and the components of his ship scattered all across the scenery, the courageous hero-in-exile has to run, dodge, jump and somersault every which way across the Red Planet in order to fill up his air supplies and repair his vessel.

Stranded: Mars One

While Stranded’s oldschool pixel graphics and cute presentation might suggest a light-hearted casual gaming experience at first, its ambitious Level designs and skill-based gameplay mechanics make it a tough nut to crack even for well-versed mid- to hardcore gamers.

“Set in the autorunner genre and jam-packed with addictive retro gaming charm, Stranded – Mars ONE has all the right ingredients of a real indie hit”, says Daniel Hericks, Publishing Producer at Deep Silver FISHLABS. “Besides a unique look and sound, it also features a particularly clever level design that is pretty exceptional for an autorunner and bears more than just a few surprises. If you’re eager to try something new in the autorunner genre, you have to give Stranded – Mars ONE a try.”

Stranded: Mars One

Stranded – Mars ONE is scheduled to be released on the App Store as a F2P game in Q3 of 2015. An Android version is planned too and will follow at a later point in time.

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