Corvus Games Launches Jellboy for iPhone and iPad


TURKEY / ANKARA, ON November 22, 2012 - Corvus Games today made the first announcement about their new game Jellboy, the launch version of which, is also released today and it is now available for iPhone and iPad. Jellboy is the first sculpting game where players try to shape a play-dough-like character in a manner to allow him to fit the holes on obstacles and pass through them.

The main objective in Jellboy is reaching the destination without touching the obstacles. Most of the obstacles have coins to pick up, which can be spent to buy new items like bombs. Player can either shape Jellboy to allow him to pass through the hole on obstacle or bypass the obstacle by destroying it with a bomb. Some obstacles also have alternative ways to bypass. For example, when faced with a castle gate, the drawbridge can be lowered by reaching and activating the lever or when faced with a locked door, it can be opened by carrying the key without dropping, then placing it correctly into the padlock. Player has to change the shape of Jellboy to achieve them all and more.

Key Features

•    Unique gameplay based on shaping a play-dough-like character

•    80 levels

•    250 obstacles

•    Realistic physics

•    3D environments

•    Game Center support

Pricing and Availability

Jellboy is available for $0.99 in U.S. and priced accordingly in other regions. Jellboy is available world-wide from Apple’s App Store for iPhone and iPad.

About Corvus Games

Corvus Games is an independent game development studio focusing on mobile games. Corvus Games was founded in 2012 in Ankara, Turkey, by experienced developers and artists who have game, simulation and web application development backgrounds.


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