Dubai, United Arab Emirates, September 21, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Teensy Studios, a leading independent developer of wearable games, has announced three more additions to their portfolio of android wear games. They have announced the worldwide launch of their third batch of games for android wear platform.
Since the launch of their first android wear game back in August, Teensy Studios has released 12 games for smartwatch users so far. These games varies in genre and include action, arcade and puzzle games.
Evil Mountie, is a fast past game which involves chopping down a Redwood sapling (this mountie is truly evil…).
Another game, Path Finder has a simple finger-runner gameplay. You just need to follow the path by staying inside the corridors and navigate through an odd and unpredictable path. With increasing difficulty it is a challenging slice of fun.
Radiant fighter put you in charge saving your planet from an alien invasion. The gameplay of this game is bright, flashy and fun.
"I am thrilled that so many users of smartwatch around the globe have downloaded and played our games since we launched our first game back in August," said Fozia Ashraf, CEO of Teensy Studios. "We are forging our way to become one of the pioneer game studios for android wear platform. The expertise and creativity of our team keeps growing stronger, and we are extremely grateful for the continued passion and support of our users."
Evil Mountie: http://bit.ly/evil-mountie
Path Finder: http://bit.ly/path-finder
Radiant Fighter: http://bit.ly/radiant-fighter
For more information visit www.teensystudios.com, press assets are available at www.teensystudios.com/press-kit.
About Teensy Studios
Teensy Studios is an indie game studio, with an innovative and creative team of developers and designers. We are here to make mini games that everyone can play, in bitesize chunks of fun.
We are committed to develop unique games that stand out for their originality and quality. We are keen to develop best cross platform experience and share the fun no matter what device you have.