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Guide a jellyfish swarm under the sea in Jelly Reef

Thomas Schulenberg, @T_Schulenberg
September 14, 2014
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How do you guide a bloom of jellyfish to the ocean floor if you can't actually speak their language? You inherit the power to guide oceanic currents and push them to safety using the water around them. The thought of a life-defining force bending to the finger swipes of an onmiprescent higher power may terrify some, but that doesn't seem to be the case in Game Oven's Jelly Reef. Look at their peppy little faces – they're just happy to be here!

In Game Oven's stark departure from its ballet-supplementing Bounden, players will dodge hazards, dive into secret paths and gather jelly eggs spread through 26 levels. Their jellyfish swarm will cross paths with non-aggressive forms of sealife as well, with creatures like a crab, starfish and manta ray awaiting help with their own mini-stories.

Jelly Reef is due to take a dip on Windows Phones by the end of 2014, with a release on iOS and Android following sometime next year.



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Hey Jess,

How are you? I've been quiet for a while, but I can finally tell you what we've been working on: Jelly Reef, our new game for iOS, Android and Windows Phone.

You are the ocean. In Jelly Reef, you guide a bunch of jellyfish through the colorful but dangerous sea. By swiping your fingers, you control the sea currents.

Links:
http://jellyreef.com
http://www.gameovenstudios.com/presskit/sheet.php?p=jelly_reef

We're prototyping a lot of features at the moment, and our artist Rumena made the beautiful concept art you can see everywhere. :)
This is super early in development but I'd love to hear what you think!


Eline Muijres

Game Oven | gameovenstudios.com















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