Saturday, 7 September 2013

Free 3D Puzzle Game Raccoon Rumble Now Available On iOS And Android

Munich, Germany – September 7, 2013 – Independent game developer vidiludi just released the Android version of their newest game Raccoon Rumble on Google Play. After the unexpected success of vidiludi's first game Highway Run, vidiludi went serious about developing fun games with Raccoon Rumble, a cartoon physics puzzler featuring hungry raccoons in 3D! Raccoon Rumble has initially been released on the App Store on August 18, 2013. 

Raccoon Rumble is a cute cartoon puzzle game in 3D, which offers many short levels of physics sandbox gameplay. Your task is to help your raccoon pirates to get the precious fruit on the island by shooting away obstacles with your giant slingshot. Try not to leave your furry pirates hungry by drowning the tasty fruit in the sea! 

Benefits: - 60 varied levels for lots of free physics puzzle fun 
- Many cool effects & funny sounds appropriate for children and kids 
- Different bullets like exploding bombs or splitting coconuts 
- Funny cartoon 3D graphics in HD 
- Very easy to pick up & intuitive touch controls 
- Entertaining arcade action gameplay 
- Hungry raccoons at their best behaviour 

Pricing and Availability: 
Raccoon Rumble is available for free in the App Store and Google Play. 
The game contains In-App-Purchases. 

Device Requirements: The game runs on any iOS device with iOS version 5 or newer or on modern Android devices running Android 2.3.3 or newer. 

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About vidiludi: 
vidiludi is an independent game developer based in Munich, Germany which was founded in 2010 by Gabriel Morgenstern.  After 2 years of hobby/after-work game development, vidiludi released their first commercial game called Highway Run in 2012, which saw more than half a million downloads in Apple's App Store.  After this unexpected success Gabriel quit his job as Software Engineer in 2013 to live his dream: bringing his own game ideas to life! 

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