Secret Bear World Launches Kickstarter Campaign To Develop Mobile Version Of Cute & Cuddly Bear Universe!

Vancouver, British Columbia, September 9th 2013: Today, previously announced ‘Secret Bear World’ on iOS® & Android™ launches Kickstarter campaign, Secret Bear World Goes Mobile! to develop mobile version of popular bear universe! Until now, this wonderfully cute and engaging world stuffed with sassy and loving bears has been available exclusively through browsers, but that is about to change as the developer seeks a helping paw in moving their free-to-play and subscription-based game to new platforms.

‘Secret Bear World’ has quickly become a popular destination for children aged 6-14, and is a virtual world game in which players have fun engaging in cool games and buying virtual goodies for their bears. Children can chat with each other and play games such as Magic Lamp and Bear Racing, and even go shopping for a plasma TV or a beary-comfy bed! There is plenty of fun to be had! Bear coins earned within the world can be used to upgrade and buy cool items and accessories, and children can even dress up their bears in cool and beautiful costumes!

The Kickstarter campaign beginning today offers something to everyone at all reward levels; from discounted subscription packages to t-shirts, mouse pads, and heart-shaped charms! Some reward levels offer highly exclusive items such as the Apple iPad® sleeve, Chef Bear apron, and even a bedding set of duvet cover & pillow case, all designed with wonderful attention to detail in the ‘Secret Bear World’ theme.

Developed from the ground up using a proprietary game engine, the mobile version of ‘Secret Bear World’ will include Brick Building, as inspired by LEGO™ and Minecraft™. This allows players to experience more interactive gameplay, and children will be able to build their own buildings and environments, including customized ice castles, bear shops, and secret hideouts! Add to this a handful of really cool custom theme packages, including Secret Agent Bear, Superhero Bear, and many more.

‘Secret Bear World’ is featured on Kickstarter here:

Journalists interested in further information, additional assets or developer interviews are welcome to contact Worldwide PR Manager Hans Olsen by sending an email to Members of the press are likewise encouraged to visit the following Hotlinks for updates on ‘Secret Bear World’:


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About ‘Secret Bear World’

Once upon a time, a 3 year old boy loved playing online virtual worlds. He was very smart for his age and loved designing stuff. One day, he asked his mommy if he could make a game similar to, or even better than existing games. She paused and thought for a moment before answering him "let me think about how to do it". She asked her friends who were web designers and game developers, and they said yes, it was possible with a lot of hard work and determination. From a child's wish, ‘Secret Bear World’ was created. ‘Secret Bear World’ is committed to helping children of the world through charity by donating to children's cancer research in hopes that someday the world will find a cure for, or better yet, prevention to cancer, especially in children. Having already donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation and set up ‘Team Secret Bear World’ at Stand Up 2 Cancer (SU2C), the developer supports all cancer research, not just children's cancer research.

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