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Teaser Trailer! -Watch the animals in action

Teaser trailer for side-scroller defense game Lumberwhack.

The first teaser trailer for my upcoming mobile defense game Lumberwhack. Hope you enjoy it!

You can expect more game play content in the future. For example a sneak peak on the upgrade menu, unlock different animals and skills and of course more levels and action! (more…)

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Free game for monkey name suggestion

Free game - Side-scrolling defense game for iPhone, game for iPad, game apps for Android
Monkey character for side-scrolling defense game Lumberwhack.
Name the main character in my upcoming side-scrolling defense game Lumberwhack! Above you see "the Monkey". At least that is what he has been called so far during my project. All the other animals in the game have names, but not him. That is not fair considering he is the main character the player controls. Help him now by suggesting name ideas as a comment to this post. The author of the name I pick will get a free copy of the mobile defense game Lumberwhack and the honor to have named the main character in the game!*
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Check out Lumberwhack game play preview

Game play - Side-scrolling defense game for iPhone, game for iPad, game apps for Android
Game play preview for side-scrolling defense game Lumberwhack.
Here is another screenshot preview from an early level of side-scrolling defense game Lumberwhack. Only two animals has been rescued and unlocked, the Angry Ape and the Smashback Gorilla. The Smashback Gorilla is apparently living up to his name and is just about to smash back at the lumberjacks. The Angry Ape has picked up some Headcracking Coconuts that the player controlled monkey has dropped down on the ground from one of his skills. Making the Angry Ape an effective ranged unit. Though, right now it kinda looks like he is playing quarterback in an American Football team and not in a defense game for iPhone.
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Lumberwhack title screen

Side-scroller defense game Lumberwhack on PGR
Just finished the graphics and functionality for the title screen of Lumberwhack, my new game for iPhone, iPad and Android. I hope it gives the right feeling of what this side-scrolling defense game is about.
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Lumberwhack game play

Game play - Side-scrolling defense game for iPhone, game for iPad, game apps for Android
Game play for side-scrolling defense game Lumberwhack.
I wanted to share a screen shot that I took while playing and bug testing the latest levels I created for Lumberwhack. This is half way into the game, in the mountain area. A wave of lumberjacks have just arrived to cut down the first tree and they would probably have succeeded if I did not press the pause button.
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Lumberwhack choose animal

Choose animal - Side-scrolling defense game for iPhone, game for iPad, game apps for Android
Choose animal menu for side-scrolling defense game Lumberwhack.
Here is an example of the 'Choose Animals' screen that is displayed before the 'Choose Skills' screen and just before you start playing a level in the game. In this case, all animals have already been chosen, and there is only five animals available at this stage of the game.
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Lumberwhack upgrade menu

Upgrade menu - Side-scrolling defense game for iPhone, game for iPad, game apps for Android
Upgrade menu for side-scrolling defense game Lumberwhack.
A screen shot from the upgrade menu of Lumberwhack. Only four animals and three skills have been unlocked so far and are therefor available for upgrades. Acorns that has been collected or rewarded when a level is completed is used as currency for upgrading. Both the damage and health of the animals increases when being upgraded, but the skills attributes increases a bit different depending on there specific unique ability.
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Lumberwhack level map

Level map - Side-scrolling defense game for iPhone, game for iPad, game apps for Android
Map menu for side-scrolling defense game Lumberwhack.
Here is a screen shot of the map menu for Lumberwhack, just before you choose which level to proceed playing. This is in the early stage of the game, it is possible to drag the map around and view the whole explorable area when playing the game.
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