Danish Gaming Company ‘FUNDAR’ Kicks-off Kickstarter Funding for “Baby Snakes” Casual Mobile Game

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Based on ‘SNAKE’ and ‘Snake Mayhem’ from First Generation Mobile Gaming—‘Baby Snakes’ has a Retro Arcade Video Game Feel, with a ‘Snake meets-Muppet Babies ’ Adventure, Offering Familiar Game Play and New Puzzle Challenges for Today’s Smartphone (Apple iPhone and Adroid Apps) and Tablet Casual Games Market.

Fundar Games 'Baby Snakes' mobile game

"Baby Snakes ushers in familiar and lovable characters from the popular 'Snake Mayhem' game--but now in a robust, animated adventure format for the iPhone, Android and select tablet platforms." Eric Prince--founder of Fundar Games and executive producer

Oct. 15th, 2012 (PRWEB) October 15, 2012 -- FUNDAR Games, a newly formed interactive game studio that brings ‘all ages fun and casual games' to market, today announced “Baby Snakes” on its Kickstarter crowd funding page. 'Baby Snakes' is the long anticipated follow up casual game to Snake Mayhem, one of the first classic mobile games from the beginning of the mobile game era.

As a Kickstarter sponsor, partners will be able to help fund this proven business model for the booming casual mobile gaming market. All ‘Baby Snakes’ Kickstarter funding partners will receive a version of the finished game—with new version upgrades and merchandise bonuses for premium funding, including ‘Baby Snakes’ T-shirt apparel and toys.

About ‘Baby Snakes’
‘Baby Snakes’ introduces a character-based puzzle story adventure with an appealing, all-ages baby theme for most smartphone and touch devices (iPhone, Android, select Tablets). Players select their favorite ‘Baby Snake’, boy or girl, with different power capabilities. Controlling ‘Baby Snakes’ through animated levels is as easy as pointing with one finger. As the ‘Baby Snakes’ grow, players must remember to avoid running into animated challenges, creatures, and even their own tail. With increasingly difficult scrolling levels—the main objective of ‘Baby Snakes’ is to eat all the pellets and powers-ups to achieve a high score.

“As the creator of ‘Snake Mayhem’, I always wanted to produce a more robust, animated adventure game, but we were limited to the mobile technology of the day,” said Eric Prince, founder of Fundar Games and executive producer for Baby Snakes. “Through Kickstarter, and a whole new group of funding partners, we’re happy to announce to our fans that we are bringing the familiar and loved game play of ‘Snake Mayhem’ to market with ‘Baby Snakes’—now updated to match my original vision for a ‘Snakes’ game with a whole new cast of super cute and loveable characters,” said Prince.

Baby Snakes Synopsis
‘Baby Snakes ‘ provides four different (Tougher, Slower, Faster, More Power) Baby Snakes to choose from. Players are challenged to navigate their Baby Snakes through increasingly difficult story-based levels. Baby Snakes must avoid animated obstacles, walls, and creatures, while solving puzzle challenges. Baby Snakes compete for high scores by eating pellets and power-ups, to win real-world prizes through in-game achievements.

Kickstarter Funding and Availability Dates
Baby Snakes is seeking support funding now on Kickstarter. ‘Baby Snakes’ is expected to be available for iPhone, Android and various tablets in December 2012.

For Press
Screen shots, package images, and logos are available on the ‘Baby Snakes’ PRESS page:

Baby Snakes is on Facebook at: facebook.com/babysnakesgame

About Fundar
Established in 2010, Fundar Games produces interactive casual video games for smart phones and various mobile devices to audiences worldwide. With a business focus on developing and publishing casual, adventure, and puzzle mobile portable games, Fundar seeks out and works with global game publishing business partners. The company proudly differentiates itself by offering fun, original character-based, wholly-owned and funded intellectual property (IP) titles. Learn more about Fundar and partnership opportunities at fundar.dk
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