Home Bear – A Kid Friendly Game

 

At dojit we know everyone likes Bears, especially cuddly teddy bears. So we had to build a bear, Home Bear, so that everyone can love bears too.

So how have we done this?

Game Play – The game starts with easy to complete tutorial levels which are based on a Dream World. Here you can learn how to use the kids friendly tools :  Ladder, Pillow, Party Balloon, Space Hooper, Marsh Mellow and Platform Bridge. These levels then get more complex, developing into puzzles which require careful thought to complete using a preselected amount of tools.

Languages – For a truly international audience we have developed the game to work in Chinese (中国游戏), English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. This allows children throughout the world to be able to play and enjoy Home Bear.

Phone, Tablet, Pad Support – At launch we aim to support Google Android and Apple devices which is the majority of smartphones in the world. During the first quarter of 2013 we will add support for Chinese, Windows phone. Take a look at www.home-bear.com/devices/

Free to Play and Paid Versions – By offering free play versions, kids can develop their knowledge and skills, allowing dojit to market the game to the casual games market. A paid version is offered which requires no further payments and ensures that children cannot add items to the users bill. Take a look at www.home-bear.com/download/

Support – Through our online support site www.dojit.com/support/ we can provide help, treats and tips on how to play the game.

 

Through this strategy we can help children throughout the world play and enjoy our game throughout 2013. As Home Bear Game is the first game to be launched by dojit games, developing games which are none violent and aimed at casual players who want to enjoy games.

Beta Testing with a Home Bear

Everyone is looking forward to the holidays, the shops are full of bright and shiny gifts to buy our family, friends and children. Yet Home Bear Game is slowly moving towards a launch on Android and Apple devices before Christmas.

Home Bear Game has been developed for kids, especially those who want a game which provides a fun and safe learning environment. The aim of the game is to help a cuddly bear, called Home Bear to get home, through a series of puzzle type screens.

At dojit, we love bears, especially Teddy Bears and therefore Home Bear never gets hurt or harmed in any way. You just restart the level if he gets stuck, as Bear sometime do.

For more information about Home Bear, check our website at http://www.home-bear.com and our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/HomeBearGame so we can keep you updated.

Home Bear – Hopelessly Lost

Hullo?
You-who!
Excuse me?
Can you help me?
Hi. My name’s Home Bear.
I’m hopelessly lost.
I bumped my head and now I can’t remember my way back home.
You see, I had a home. The very best kind. With a red roof, white walls, a blue door and a garden full of flowers. It’s warm and toasty with a TV, cosy bed and warm fireplace. But best of all, that’s where my best friend, Hannah Banana, is. We do everything together. We eat together, watch TV together, play together in the woods and snuggle as we sleep. We are, ahem were, two peas in a pod.
And we went everywhere together. We’ve never had a day apart since the day she was born.
Until now.
I miss home terribly. I’ve been on my own for about a week. Maybe more. It’s all a bit hazy since this bump to my head.
A little birdy told me that Hannah Banana dropped me whilst playing hide and seek in the 10 feet tall cornfield.
I can’t believe she’d just dump me. Not Hannah Banana.
But here I am, still in the cornfield.
I can’t find my way home. The birds and bees have tried to help but they don’t know where home is either.
I don’t even know which direction home is.
All I want is to go home.
It’s all I can talk about. Home.
And that’s why the birds and the bees round here call me Home Bear.
Do you think you could help me find my way home?
I don’t think I could do it without