OrangePixel has announced the release of a new platforming adventure called Firby 2: The Magic Mirror.
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OrangePixel has announced two new games, both developed by Gidax: Druid and 7th Space.
In 7th Space, players take control of the heroine Lea who is simply looking for her lost dog and ends up saving a whole planet. Druid puts players in the role of a druid with the power to transform into a dragon. Trapped in a castle, he must use all his cunning to avoid the traps and monster and make his way to the surface.
“Gidax has developed a couple of great games that sadly have not found a way to the playing audience they deserve,” said OrangePixel CEO Pascal Bestebroer. “OrangePixel aids developers like this with a world-wide distribution network and we like to get their games known with a bigger audience.”
Both games will be available worldwide via normal distribution in the coming weeks, with an ad-wrapped version following after.
OrangePixel has announced the release of Firby for mobile phones.
Firby is a little pink ghost on a quest to help a good witch recover her keys. The platforming game features 48 levels spread over 3 different worlds, packed with a wide variety of creatures out to stop Firby on his quest.
“Although the game is a fairly fast paced action game, we tried to keep the level of difficulty pretty much open to anyone,” said OrangePixel CEO Pascal Bestebroer. “Good player will be able to reach much higher scores and compete on our RumbleX high score and community system, and less skilled players can still enjoy the game by simply completing the main task: collect all the keys!”
A free demo of the game is available now from OrangePixel, with an AdWrapped version on the way, and worldwide release on operator and portal sites coming shortly.
OrangePixel has announced the release of a new platform adventure called Captain Comet - Attack of the Robots.
The game features multiple routes for the hero to take to avoid the numerous traps and enemies. 24 levels are spread across three different game worlds, each featuring colorful, cartoony graphics.
“With Captain Comet we introduce a new mobile hero in a game genre more aimed at the real gamers,” said OrangePixel CEO Pascal Bestebroer. “Although the game has a very basic and simple game play, the action can be pretty hectic and the various traps and obstacles can cause for some frustration that only real gamers can handle.”
A free demo of the game is available now, and OrangePixel has announced that they will be releasing an ad-supported version in the coming weeks.
OrangePixel has announced RocketBoy 3, the latest in their RocketBoy series.
As reported by the Mobile Games Blog, the game sees the eponymous Rocket Boy face against Dr. Evil in a new platforming adventure that OrangePixel promises will be chock full of action. The game features one-thumb gameplay as well as a connection to Rumblex, allowing players to share their scores.
Interested gamers can get the game in a paid or ad-funded version.
Players can register with the service for free to track their high scores and other achievements, and even unregistered players can get less accurate tracking. Developers can add the RumbleX Highscore feature to their games for free, and get get even more features for a one-time fee.
Version 2.0 features a new look and feel; the ability to link mobile game data to other platforms, so players can save on their handheld and continue playing on their PC or console; content management; and payment management, for subscriptions, additional content, and more.
OrangePixel has announced platformer Akira*Hero, based around their Dynamo Kid games.
Akira*Hero is said to offer colorful animated backgrounds, graphical effects, high quality sound, and simple head-stomping gameplay, as well as online high scores. It features nine levels spread over three worlds, plus over 30 bonus room and an infinite amount of randomly generated levels in the game’s skirmish mode.
Pascal Bestebroer, CEO of OrangePixel, spoke about the game:
“With Akira*Hero we are extending our offering towards the more hard-core gamers. Next to our excellent line-up of single-key and casual brands, we will be creating a couple of new brands aimed more at the die hard gamers who are looking for more action. Akira*Hero is the first of these games and should make a clear statement of our goal.”
The game will be available worldwide, and an ad-sponsored free version will be available on GameJump.com in the coming weeks.
OrangePixel has announced that, through a partnership with Under Siege Studio, they’re unleashing Fruit Squash on the mobile world. Through matching up fruits and squashing them (hence the name), players rack up points for volume and variety of fruits that meet their pulpy doom.
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The players of the free ad-sponsored Gamejump website have agreed with OrangePixel and QuicklyBored that mobile gaming should come in the form of simple and easy to grasp gameplay.