Electronics Inspired Arcade Game, Jumping Electron Set To Arrive To The App Store

Cluj-Napoca, Romania October 4, 2012

Finmouse- mobile software development is waiting for App Store approval to release its arcade title Jumping Electron on iPhones, iPods and iPads.

Previously launched on Google Play for Android devices, Jumping Electron is an electronics inspired arcade game featuring retro graphics and a classic platformer look and feel.

With 4 game chapters and 80 levels, the game is a thrilling adventure on a highway inside vintage electronics: a Radio, a Jukebox, a Phone Switchboard and a TV.

Transformers, diodes, lamps and radiators invade smartphones to become obstacles on the highway, with action being set in early Electronic Ages.

Gamers will have to skillfully guide the Jumping Electron using tilt and touchscreen tap functionality to avoid crashing with obstacles, tunnels and gaps, reach the finish line and power-up the electronics.

Jumping Electron will be available in Lite and Full Versions, featuring full integration with Game Center Leaderboards.

The game is approved by geeks and electronics hobbyists.

To find out more about Jumping Electron, watch the official game trailer or read about game development news and updates on the www.jumpingelectron.com webpage.

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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 a high level of professionalism and business expertise.

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