Lucky owners of Apple’s much-hyped iPad can use the device to play a new game created by University of Central Florida students.

“Revelations” was developed by five students at the Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy (FIEA), UCF’s graduate game-development program, during the Fall 2009 semester and is now available in Apple’s iTunes Store.

The game is a supernaturally themed action-puzzle game where you try to get seven angels or demons across the screen into your opponent’s scoring zone. It can be played alone or, using Bluetooth technology, with others.

The game was developed in two weeks and is compatible with the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. The FIEA students who created the game include Alex Howell, Jay Weatherstone, Reinaldo Rivera, Amanda Garza and Bill Sellinger.

A link to the game on the iTunes store page is available here.

Learn more about FIEA’s projects and students on the school’s Web site.