The first bit of news concerns the addition of a highly-demanded feature within the game in the form of online multiplayer. Via Bluetooth connectivity, users will now be able to tap, swipe, and flick their friends to death (virtually of course) anytime they want.
The second piece of news comes as a game release announcement, as a Lite (or demo) version of Battle Blasters is now available to download for free in the App Store. Battle Blasters Free places players in command of Jarrett, one of the game’s six characters, and allows them to tackle the first three levels of the full game.
If users like the demo, they can pick up the full version of Battle Blasters, which includes career and quickplay modes (and, of course, the newly released multiplayer mode), for $1.99.