KamiCrazy Android Press Release

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Paw Print Games is proud to announce that KamiCrazy has just been released to the Android Marketplace. KamiCrazy was initially released for Christmas 2008 on iOS where it got to number two in the charts for the Christmas period. The Android version has received a make over and includes a selection of Christmas themed levels and Santa hat wearing game characters. KamiCrazy is a gesture driven puzzle based platforming game where you have to flick a series of Lemmings like characters to an exit.

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"We wanted to bring some elements from various popular retro games" said Antony White, Director of Paw Print Games "we feel a gesture based control system fits well with the touch screen hardware available in modern devices".

Featuring 40 stages spread across three worlds, KamiCrazy is filled with colourful cartoon graphics and suicidal Kami soldiers that you must help navigate safely to the exit on each level.

KamiCrazy will challenge hardcore users who wish to get gold medals on every stage while allowing casual users to progress through the game. There are a number of components that the user can interact with including bounce pads, fans, springs, ropes, levers, switches and bombs.

KamiCrazy is currently available for free from the Android Market.

About Paw Print Games

Paw Print Games is an independent games developer formed to create high quality games that appeal to a wide range of gamers. As a team we pride ourselves in creating control mechanisms that fit the hardware and gameplay that appeals to many generations of gamer. We will continue to deliver high quality games that combine charm, lasting appeal, and bundles of fun.   

 

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