[iOS] "The Thief of Wishes" - interactive fairy tale

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  1. AllBlueStudio

    AllBlueStudio New Member

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    My name is Lucyna. I represent a small independent team - All Blue Studio and we would like to tell you a little about the game we are currently working on - The Thief of Wishes!

    It is an interactive book that will allow your child to make the first independent choices and track their consequences through different endings. The gameplay is focused on traveling between two different worlds (a lovely old town and it’s nightmare version) and choosing one of two available actions/questions to make the story progress.

    The main protagonist of the app is a brave and book loving girl - Catharine. Her goal is to defend the dream distorted by a mysterious monster, save the villagers, and reveal the secret of the magic Fountain.

    Release Date: autumn 2017
    Available directly from Homepage and via App Store
    Language: English, Polish, German, French (more coming in future).

    For more screenshots and information please visit our studio website or press kit.

    We really appreciate any feedback and comments.

    Best regards
    All Blue Studio Team
    #1 AllBlueStudio, Sep 3, 2017
    Last edited: Sep 8, 2017
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    AllBlueStudio New Member

    Sep 3, 2017
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    Hello Everyone!

    This time a small general update: we decided to add three minigames to our app – just to make sure, that even the youngest ones will find something interesting in “The Thief of Wishes”. Of course those mini-games are completely separate from the main story (you can select them from the main menu).

    Each of the games is dedicated to a different area of child development: reflex, memory or perception.
    The first mini-game (from the reflex category) has a simple mechanic: you should catch pumpkins before they smash on the ground. When the time passes, the pumpkins fall faster and faster, and we have only three "failed attempts" before "game over". So we just play for points.

    And it looks like this:

    And now the question is: do your kids like such games?
    Do they have any favorites? What is important to them?
    Thank you very much for your feedback!

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