Factsheet

Developer:
The Mascoteers
Based in Melbourne, Australia

Release date:
Feb 14, 2017

Platforms:
iOS
Andriod

Website:
themascoteers.com

Regular Price:
Free!

Description

Test your instincts and quick fingers with FrameZ! The aim is to tap the screen when each shape grows to the point that it fits perfectly into the border around it. Sound pretty easy right? Well when things are moving as fast s they do in FrameZ, this is not the case! Progress through various levels that present difficult challenges, unpredictable shapes and reducing margins of error as time goes on. Good luck!

History

The Mascoteers’ have explored a similar concept before with an earlier release - BlockZ. Released in March, this game also had the player matching shapes with frames, but we feel had some limitations in the realisation of the concept that we could improve on. In our minds, FrameZ takes the underlying idea and creates a unique gameplay around it that works and is much more appealing from the outset.

Features:

  • Various, unpredictable shapes to play with
  • Numerous levels of increasing difficulty
  • Funky soundtrack and retro graphics
  • Easy to pick up and play wherever you are
  • Share your progress with friends on social media

Videos

This video is nice YouTube


Images

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There are far more images available for The Mascoteers, but these are the ones we felt would be most useful to you. If you have specific requests, please do contact us!


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Monetization Permission

The Mascoteers allows for the contents of FrameZ to be published through video broadcasting services for any commercial or non-commercial purposes. Monetization of videos created containing assets from FrameZ is legally and explicitly allowed by The Mascoteers.

About Mascoteers

Boilerplate The Mascoteers are a collection of indie game developers from WebAlive, a Melbourne based digital agency who have years of experience in the industry. Our team of incredible developers love to create new and interesting games. Often finding that the simplest concepts make for the best, most addictive game play.


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