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Big free winter update now available for iOS on the App Store

The big free winter update is now also available for iOS on iTunes App Store!

Travel to the North Pole and defend the forest in 115 new levels! Destroy more factories, defeat new enemies, rescue and unlock the Snowtail Leopard, discover the Freezing Snowballs and much more! Enjoy and have fun!

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Update details:

  • A new continent to explore with 115 new levels.
  • More factories to destroy.
  • New animal: The Snowtail Leopard.
  • New Skill: Freezing Snowball.
  • New epic animal skill unlock: Ice Claw.
  • New Achievements.
  • Daily Bonus days increased from 30 to 200.
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Free winter update now available for Android on Google Play!

You can now download the new winter update on Google Play!

Travel to the North Pole and defend the forest in 115 new levels! Destroy more factories, defeat new enemies, rescue and unlock the Snowtail Leopard, discover the Freezing Snowballs and much more! Enjoy and have fun!

Update details:

  • A new continent to explore with 115 new levels.
  • More factories to destroy.
  • New animal: The Snowtail Leopard.
  • New Skill: Freezing Snowball.
  • New epic animal skill unlock: Ice Claw.
  • New Achievements.
  • Daily Bonus days increased from 30 to 200.
1-screenshot-1136Screenshot from the new free holiday winter update for Lumberwhack Android version.
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No sleep for little monkey!

Poor Koko Kornelius, not able to sunday snooze! This is a simple back story and the intro movie added to the latest free update of Lumberwhack: Defend the Wild.

 

This 2D animation is actually made from in-game textures and flat 3D model assets from Maya, then animated and put together in Unity3D, same way as the rest of the game. It’s played in realtime just like a game, but capped at 60fps to properly sync with other functionality.

This makes it possible to display it on tablet devices in HD without hardly adding anything to the actual file size of the mobile app. The movie you see here is much less quality, because it’s captured from inside the game and converted to a playable movie format.

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