[Free] Don't Hug me - my first game for Android and iPhone / iPad

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  1. Just4Fun

    Just4Fun New Member

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    Hi all

    After two years of work after hours, I finally managed to release my first game on Android and iOS. The game is called "Don't Hug Me" and was created with the help of Unity 3D.

    I am very interested in your opinion about my game. What would you change? Maybe you have some tips what to add to game to make it more addictive?

    I am happy to hear any suggestions and will answer any questions you have.

    Here's a YouTube teaser:

    Don't Hug Me - Game Trailer

    You can download the game for free on:

    Google Play Android

    Apple Store iPhone / iPad

    Game offical website:

    Don't Hug Me Official

    Thanks everyone for your help and keep your fingers crossed!
     
  2. Takura Ndudzo

    Takura Ndudzo New Member

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    Good morning! I am a multi-genre composer from Zimbabwe, would like to work with you on game music. Let me know if interested, my email is ndudzotakura@yahoo.com
     
  3. Just4Fun

    Just4Fun New Member

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    Thank you for your proposal. "Don't Hug Me" already have music, but we will contact you for a future game releases.
     

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