This World Cup play Football on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch

Mumbai, May 21, 2010: Yellow Monkey Studios– an official Nintendo DS game developer– have developed“Finger Footie” for Apple handheld platforms. The game is scheduled for release on June 11– the same day the Football World Cup 2010 commences in South Africa.

The game boasts of myriad features such as Zoom-In, Zoom-Out, tilting the phone while the ball is in air to give it more curve. Besides, its top-down view enables players to plan their strategies and implement them with greater ease.

“Finger Footie is different from other football-based games in the Appstore,” says Shailesh Prabhu, who is the director of Yellow Monkey Studios.“The player does not control gameplay using the D-Pad, but swipes his finger across to carry, pass and kick the ball.”

The game will be available for all Apple platforms i.e. the iPod Touch, iPhone, and the electronic major’s latest buzz– the iPad.

In addition to Finger Footie, Yellow Monkey Studios have also developed games in other genres such as fighting, sports and casual games for various clients in India and abroad.

For more information on the studio and its games, visit www.yellowmonkeystudios.com

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About Yellow Monkey Studios:

Yellow Monkey Studios is a young Game Development Studio, creating customised, top-of-the-line interactive experiences across various platforms. They are official Nintendo DS and Apple iPhone developers. The studio is head by award winning entrepreneur and game designer Shailesh Prabhu. Yellow Monkey Studios has won British Council’s International Young Interactive Entrepreneur award, India in 2008. The studio has worked on a number of games for various clients around the world and are now focussing on their own I.P. starting with Finger Footie.


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