August 9, 2012 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Falmouth, United Kingdom - The Steampunk Studio announces their insanely addictive new game Poke The Beaver. In this fast-paced frantic game players battle against the clock to poke the most beavers before time runs out, but it isn't as easy as it sounds. Some beavers are hiding, some beavers are invisible, some are moving and some are just plain elusive, and then there are the Beavers in Disguise. Initially, there are eight Beavers In Disguise to locate and poke as they randomly appear through the many various levels in Poke the Beaver.
Steve from the Steampunk Studio says that "They add a new fun dimension to the game and we are looking to get users to design and submit their own Beavers in Disguise so we can possibly use them in future game updates. We created many famous beavers for the promotional video and are quite surprised how good they look as Beavers. We challenge people to watch the video to see if they can name them all".
* Fun and frantic Gameplay
* Great Characters
* Glorious Graphics
* Game Center Enabled
* Catchy music
The benefit of poking a disguised Beaver, if you are lucky enough to catch one, is a much needed time and points boost. The game provides many different levels, each with varying levels of difficulty, some simple and some will use all your time up as you try to locate the beavers. Poke the Beaver is fully Game Center enabled so you can compete with your friends or the whole world to see who is the best Beaver Poker!
* iPad, iPhone and iPod touch
Poke The Beaver pops up in the App Store August 9th. The app is also available on the Amazon App Store.
The Steampunk Studio is an independent game studio based in Cornwall, United Kingdom. The Steampunk Studio creates games for iPhone, Android and Kindle Markets primarily developing unique character based games. Copyright (C) 2012 The Steampunk Studio. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners.