Gua-Le-Niing in high definition!

PRESS RELEASE

Padova (IT)/Breda (NL), January the 31st, 2013. Here at Double Jungle we have your best interest in mind and keep making our games prettier and snappier!

Take our 2011 award-winning iPad game Gua-Le-Ni; or, The Horrendous Parade, for example: in preparation for its imminent iPhone debut we just released an update which vastly improves the game's performance on any iPad versions and will give the ones among you with retina displays a whole new visual experience.

In Gua-Le-Ni; or, The Horrendous Parade, fantastic paper creatures cross the screen. By twisting, spinning and rearranging toy-cubes, the players must spell the correct "name" of the bizarre animals and catalogue them before they wobble away! Some of the combinatorial monsters of Gua-Le-Ni are carnivores, some herbivores; different food combinations may have the effects of rendering the beasts longer, shorter, more or less fast and valuable.

Spread the word and help us delight you with even more video game decadence into your household!

2ND TRAILER: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tqV1G3tQxg

1ST TRAILER: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mE8hdrSeB9w

Direct link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gua-le-ni/id423352177?mt=8

Website: http://www.gua-le-ni.com

Contacts: Double Jungle via http://www.doublejungle.com

About Double Jungle

Double Jungle is an independent video game developer and publisher founded in 2009 and based in Padova, Italy.  Double Jungle’s mission is the development of high quality video games for personal computer, handheld devices, consoles and many other platforms.

About Stefano Gualeni

Trained as an architect, Stefano Gualeni is an Italian game designer who is best known for being the creator and designer of the Tony Tough saga. Stefano teaches Game Design the NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences in The Netherlands and is pursuing a Ph.D in the field of Philosophy at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam. 

 


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