Frank Fiore – Novelist & Screenwriter

September 29, 2009

CYBERKILL Flash Game – Coming Very Soon

Filed under: CyberKill — Frank Fiore @ 10:15 AM

I’ve contracted with ‘The Motion Monkey Flash Game
in England to create a free to play CyberKill Flash game for readers, potential readers and the gaming community – and to promote CyberKill.

The Motion Monkey Flash Game Designers have been hard at work for the past 2 months or so putting together a new free to play CyberKill Flash game for me. They are in the final stages of testing and debugging at the moment and it should be ready for release in a couple of weeks and out to over 1000 web sites worldwide. When ready, links to the CyberKill game will be posted on my blog.

We’re using a viral marketing strategy to promote the game. An infectious viral that people want to pass on.

Using Motion Monkey’s growing network of hundreds of contacts at online games portals and community sites they will get the viral CyberKill Flash game in front of a massive worldwide audience.

I asked The Motion Monkey Flash Game Designers to create the game to help promote my new science fiction thriller Cyberkill. The game includes some nice dynamic lighting effects and gets its main inspiration from retro arcade games such as Gauntlet and Into the Eagles Nest. It’s a top view maze escape type game in which you control the novel’s main character Travis Cole and must save the world by putting a stop to his artificial intelligence creation Dorian’s plans to wipe out Cole and the rest of the human race while trying to evade murderous BattleBots. There are six separate levels of action puzzle goodness and a healthy slice of gore thrown in for good

I’m very happy with the results. Motion Monkey under-promised and over-delivered. The sign of a good company.
Here’s a couple of screen shots to whet your appetite.





  1. A friend of mine, Jay, runs a site dedicated to Flash Games. We went to school together and built flash games for school projects at RIT. As you can guess his were better than mine. hehe During that time he created a blog to keeo track of and review new free Flash Games. His little blog for us IT students has grown pretty big over the past 6 years.

    Whenever I see flash games I think of his site, thought maybe you might want to check it out.

    Comment by cher — September 29, 2009 @ 11:40 AM | Reply

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