cTools and BulkyPix announce Kung Fu Rabbit

Paris, France – Feb 20 th , 2012  – The young french studio cTools and the publisher Bulkypix present you their first coproduction: Kung Fu Rabbit. Scheduled on iPhone and iPad in early March, this platformer will put you in the shoes of a rabbit, which has mastered the art of Kung Fu. You’ll have save his pupils from the universal Evil.

They let you in life ... they will regret it!

Survival of rabbit’s temple hangs by a thread.

Use your agility and your extraordinary fighting skills to save each of your students! Jump from roof to roof, slide gracefully along walls, furtively approach your enemies and cut them into pieces


-          70 levels with 2 difficulty mode

-          15 customization items for the rabbit to unlock

-          Airplay with a 720p resolution

-          iCloud

-          iCade support

-          Universal application iPhone/iPad



Bulkypix is a developer and publisher of games and applications for smartphones, tablets and social network.

The company has structured its internal development around technologies that enable not to depend on owners’ technical environments and open to the most common platforms on the market.

Regarding publishing, Bulkypix has established long-term and fair partnership with thirty independent studios which it publishes and often co-produced games.

Finally, through its brand BulkyApps, Bulkypix develops applications on behalf of businesses and cultural institutions wishing to use mobile devices and social networks as new spaces for communication and promotion.

In 2011, Bulkypix has 30 employees and a catalog of nearly 100 games and applications.

www.bulkypix.com -  www.bulkyapps.com 

Founded in May 2011 and run by experienced game industry professionals, cTools-Studio makes original and high quality games with sharp gameplays and smart graphism.

We focus on creating 2D games for handheld devices (iPhone, iPad, Android, Bada) and digital platforms (PSN, XBLA and Steam).

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