PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania – May 19th, 2014 – Carlo Sunseri and Crosse are happy to announce that Lacrosse Shot has been released to the Apple AppStore and Google Play.
Lacrosse Shot is a third-person flick lacrosse video game featuring character creation, four unique game modes, four difficulty levels, goalies, defenders, and online leaderboards.
“Lacrosse Shot is a game you can play for a quick thirty seconds or hours unlocking all the customization options for your player,” said Carlo Sunseri, founder of Crosse. “It’s the perfect middle ground for hardcore gamers and people who are looking to relax and shoot lacrosse on their mobile devices.”
Lacrosse Shot places you directly behind your custom lacrosse player and allows the user to instantly start sniping corners on a lacrosse goal. As the game progresses, targets show in and around the goal, defenders start charging, and a goalie appears in the net. The game consists of four game modes and four unlockable difficulty levels. The more games the user plays, the more coins they can earn, and the more the user can unlock in the game to customize their player.
Crosse is a Pittsburgh-based company that specializes in the development of lacrosse video games. Crosse has released five Xbox 360 lacrosse games, which include three College Lacrosse games and two games fully licensed by the National Lacrosse League. Most recently, Crosse released five more games for iOS and Android: Lacrosse Dodge, Flick Lacrosse LITE, Laxy Bro, Lacrosse Arcade 2014, and Lacrosse Shot.
Carlo is the Founder and President of Crosse Studios. His lacrosse background and video game development experience make him the ideal leader to push the development of lacrosse video games. He spent more than 15 years playing, coaching, and instructing lacrosse at some of the game’s most elite levels. As a player, Carlo captained the Robert Morris Division I lacrosse team for three seasons where he also earned the team’s Iron Man award in those years. He independently formed Crosse Studios in 2009. Carlo holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sports Management from Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.