[iOS][Free]Save the Emoji. Augmented reality game.

Discussion in 'Announcements' started by petiofi, May 25, 2018.

  1. petiofi

    petiofi New Member

    May 25, 2018
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    We are developing an augmented reality game called Save the Emoji. The game is just become available for download in AppStore. The development of this game was inspired by the idea to be more physically active while playing with special and unique (or at least rare) options like “tap with phone to save running emoji”. The interesting and funny part of the development process is that our own kids and their friends (at age around 12 and 13) participated and were actively involved in this process. They have promoted the game in their YouTube channels and in the school. It was really fun to adopt and make features based on feedback and ideas from a real kids and players. The game uses ARKit and will require iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus, iPhone SE, 8, 8 Plus, X or iPad Pro (9.7, 10.5 or 12.9), iPad (2017) or later devices. Later we will develop it for Android with ARCore technology.

    You could find more information and basic description of the game in the following links:

    AppStore - https://itunes.apple.com/bg/app/save-the-emoji/id1349104545?mt=8
    Game website - https://savetheemoji.com
    Advertising & gameplay videos - https://youtu.be/4ig7w8Q-Oto , https://youtu.be/5FFxkerBy1Y , https://youtu.be/fhtcgEtSzBo

    Announce description:

    From their humble beginnings as punctuation marks hastily repurposed to look like smiley faces, emojis have evolved to become a fundamental part of our daily communication. And when we say fundamental, the emphasis is on fun. Emojis may just be a way of getting your point across, but they’re also characters in their own right, brought to life in Save the Emoji, a cutting edge location-based AR game. The great thing about Save The Emoji is that the emojis are fully 3D, so that as you change your vantage point your view of the emoji changes too, as if it’s really in the room with you.

    But Save The Emoji isn’t just about pointing your camera at surfaces around your house. The app has its own geolocation gameplay, so you can -- and should -- put on your shoes and explore the world in search of emojis to save.

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