Mobile Game Depicts Real World Issues - Honey Tribe: Colony Collapse

Title: Honey Tribe: Colony Collapse

Developer: Honey Tribe Studios

Platforms: iOS (universal), Android

London UK, Thursday 9 th May 2013. Honey Tribe: Colony Collapse today receives update 2.0 on iOS. This update makes the debut game from independent developer Honey Tribe Studios  a universal binary with HD art. To date Honey Tribe: Colony Collapse has had over 60,000 downloads.

The hand drawn graphics, made with brush pens by artist and science teacher Guy Jones have never looked so good. Players with retina screen devices will be able to enjoy the beautiful world of Honey Tribe in full HD.

"It's rare to find a game with such a strong ecological message as Honey Tribe: Colony Collapse...Honey Tribe is not only a remarkably endearing little game, but it's also incredibly addictive." - PocketGamer Silver Award

Honey Tribe: Colony Collapse has never been more relevant. Recently governments across Europe voted in favour of restricting the use of a particular group of pesticides used in agriculture. It is thought these pesticides have been negatively affecting the natural navigation instincts that all honey bees have, making them unable to return to the hive with their life-giving cargo of nectar and pollen.

In the story mode of Honey Tribe: Colony Collapse, players will learn the four main suspected culprits that contribute to the phenomenon known as colony collapse disorder with particular pesticides being one of those reasons.  

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