Animal Dungeon: Wildlife Protection Game in Cooperation with WWF

Appimize Studio unveils their first game developed in co-operation with WWF, called Animal Dungeon, which is about the capture and maltreatment of innocent animals by evil poachers hunting illegally in the wild, for ivory, for fur, or just for meat.

Tim, the protagonist, runs to save these creatures from all continents, one by one. As he saves each animal, a new section gets unlocked in Animal Dungeon’s Zoopedia, which includes educational content such as the sounds the animal makes, some fun facts and an information sheet about the animal ‘saved.’ All this comes packed with engaging game-play in the form of a run game that both adults and children are sure to enjoy.

Dr. Kjetil Guldbakke, CEO of Appimize Studio explained, “Our idea was to create awareness about wildlife protection in a fun and engaging way, while assuring parents that their children get educated through the same app. Our team has done a remarkable job in bringing this idea to life, and I hope that parents around the world will appreciate our efforts.”

“We’re definitely thrilled that so many people around the world are excited to pick up their copy of Animal Dungeon when it goes live on the 7th August,” he added.

Animal Dungeon is a paid game application with 5 to 10 percent of the game’s sales going to support WWF’s work for wildlife protection. It is now available on the App Store and Google Play for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android devices, with built-in support for multiple languages including English, Norwegian, Mandarin (Chinese) and Arabic.

Source: Press Release