December 20, 2013 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Austin, Texas - Tiny Utopia, LLC today announced the launch of its newest mobile games, Bear Pack, a colorful 3d based puzzle game available for free on iTunes December 20th.
Bear Pack is a spin-off from Tiny Utopia's popular game, Soda Star. Players sort toy adorable teddy bears by color and pack them into crates. From switching levers to detonating bombs players must act fast to control increasing haywire toy factory. Great for kids and adults alike, Bear Pack lets the whole family in on the fun!
Perfectly timed for the Christmas season, Tiny Utopia is betting big that users will want to play toy themed games this holiday. Bear Pack will be the 6th major game release from the Texas-based studio. Tiny Utopias' growing catalog of games includes titles for all ages including racing and fighting style mobile games featured for their big-budget graphical effects supported by the popular Unity 3D game engine.
"We are very excited to release these two new games in time for the holiday season," said Tiny Utopia Founder and CEO Neal Nellans. "2013 has been a great year for Tiny Utopia and these games are a reflection of the quality and diversity of options we are bringing to the mobile gaming community."
Tiny Utopia was established in 2008 by a team of AAA game developers with published titles released from publishers EA, Dreamworks and visual effects specialists from Sony Pictures Imageworks, Digital Domain and Rhythm and Hues Studio. With an Academy Award winning creator, our goal is on mobile games to create epic, big screen arcade experiences in the tiny screen casual games market. We develop and produce in-house original titles, such as Epic Mech Wars and Soda Star as well as work with third party publishers and marketing teams to extend their existing brands into new interactive IPs. We strive to bring quality original artwork and design to our clients and bring fresh exciting experiences to players. Copyright (C) 2013 Tiny Utopia. 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.