13 Year Old Makes Mobile Game called Planet SRAM

Planet SRAM was made with the help of The Make a Wish foundation.

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13 Year Old Makes Mobile Game called Planet SRAM

The Make a Wish foundation has now helped 13 year old Hunter Allis develop a mobile game that has made it into the Apple App Store. This free to play game was developed in collaboration with game company Bottle Rocket that also makes games for a host of other publishers.

Hunter suffers from a congenital heart disease called hypoplastic left heart syndrome whereby the left side of his heart is unable to pump blood to the rest of his body. Apparently, he's always dreamed of making his own game, and his wish has now come true with 'Planet SRAM'.

He started developing this shooter game with Bottle Rocket two years ago, when he was 11 years old. Now he's 13 and the game has finally made it to the public market.

The game has a pretty simple concept, whereby players have to explore a universe and survive attacks by a series of monsters, starting with a giant tree that shoots snakes out of its head.

via the App Store

If you'd like to support the Make a Wish foundation's efforts in making a child's wish come true, why not check out the game that you can download for absolutely free.


Cover image via the App Store

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