“Jumping Electron” Brings Electronic Age Adrenalin to Android

Cluj-Napoca, Romania 7 th June, 2012

Finmouse- mobile software development, unveiled today the official launch date of their first arcade game for Android.

Jumping Electron will be launched on Google Play Store on Wednesday, June 13 th and will be free to download.

Jumping Electron is an arcade game for Android and soon iOS, with a classic platformer look and feel, and a gameplay fueled with vintage adrenalin. 

With 40 levels and two chapters initially, Jumping Electron is a journey back to early Electronic Ages.

Transformers, diodes, lamps and radiators become obstacles on a highway inside a Radio and a Jukebox. The highway will continue with two more chapters inside a Tv and a Phone Switchboard.

Tilt and touchscreen tap functionality stand for an easy gameplay: guide the Jumping Electron on the highway, avoid crashing with obstacles, tunnels and gaps, reach the finish line and power-up the electronics.

The game trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ecssAOVBcY

Jumping Electron is developed and published by Finmouse- mobile software development, using Unity 3D game engine, custom- made concept art and 3D Models made in Blender.

For reviews and interviews please contact Eniko Laszlo- PR Manager at eniko.laszlo@finmouse.com

Game development details can be found on www.jumpingelectron.com and on the official Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages.

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Finmouse is a software development and outsourcing company focused on mobile applications and games for Android, iOS and other platforms.

Canadian/Romanian entrepreneur Andrei Kovacs created Finmouse with the vision of developing mobile apps and games that combine the creativity of an indie company with the highest level of professionalism and business expertise.  

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