Here is a little sneak peek from our upcoming new Tower Defense game. The artwork you can see here is from our first prototype and is not showing final art. This is our first big step into strategy gaming. And we already can tell you this game rocks! The goal with the Tower Defense game (and the other upcoming games in our pipeline) is to create games we love to play ourselves. So hopefully by creating those games with this goal in mind we will make other players happy also! 🙂
We have worked on similar games for other companies in the past, but this one is our first own game of this kind and it’s based on our own designs and the games we love to play.
Watch out for upcoming news regarding the Tower Defense game (like the final title for the game) and our other upcoming projects and feel free to share the info and the screenshot with your friends.
Before talking about the Kids Halloween game update first I have to tell you we are sorry for the late update here on the blog! From now on we will have a little bit more info we can write about here regularly. That’s because we will finish a new kids app soon and mainly because beside our apps for kids we now have three different indie games for all ages in our pipeline. The first one will be out fall 2016 (soon) and the other ones will follow in the first half of 2017. One of the games is the retro endless runner I was talking about in the last (old) post. Enough small talk :)… today’s post is about our big app update for our educational Toddler app “Halloween Games for Kids and Toddlers” which went live today in the Apple App Store worldwide.
We added complete new mini-games to the app and your kids now can use a coloring book to draw and paint Halloween motives and design greeting cards they can then send to their friends. This way organizing your kids Halloween party is easy 🙂
The game is available HERE and free to download. The first three levels are totally free to play and the rest of the game, including the mini-games can be unlocked via one InApp-Purchase. This way you can see if your kids like the game and the Halloween content (which can be a little bit scary for some kids) before buying the “cat in the bag”.
We still are working on our game concept and our first plattformer game. But before you will see any progress of those games you will make contact with this grumpy old guy to the left. He is the main character of our upcoming retro endless runner.
The game will first be out in the app store and on Google Play and can be played on all devices with only one finger. And the best part: You can play it for free! 🙂
More about the game coming soon!
Here you can see a first sneak peak of our retro platformer game so you know we not fell asleep 🙂 …
While we are hard at work with our main project developing our Sci-Fi game concept which is supported by the FilmFernsehFonds Bayern (FFF Bayern) we also are pushing our other project, our first retro platformer game forward (a little bit) and you can see a first small Sneak Peak (WIP) here. If you are into retro pixel adventure RPG games and platformer games we think this game will be for you! 😉
In the mean time you can support us and the new projects by downloading and playing the apps from our current kids games portfolios: iOS kids games Google Play Android kids games
Stop by for more news soon…
We wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and a great time with your family and loved ones!
Watch out for great McPeppergames news in January 2016. Until then feel free to check out our new apps for kids over the holidays. Available in the Apple App Store: McPeppergames Apps in the Apple App Store!
And for Android on Google Play: McPeppergames Apps on Google Play!
Watch out for our holiday games discount on Google Play where you soon can get a lot of our top games with a price reduction of 70%!
See you in 2016!
As a Bavaria based game company today we happily announce our new game project we are planning for 2016 got a concept development funding from the “FFF Bayern“!
A huge THANK YOU to everyone who was involved in the decision making! We really appreciate it and we all are very happy our idea for a new game could enthrall the jury.