Englewood, NJ, February 26, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Dreamkind has launched an update to Toy Escape – Endless Slingshot Arcade Game. The competition is on with Donald Jump and new characters Hillary Vulcan, Ted Scrooge, Marco Newbio, and Bernie “the Colonel” Sanders. Now players can compete in candidate specific leaderboards on Game Center to show support for presidential favorites. Players can easily share high scores on Facebook and Twitter to show friends that the race is on.
Toy Escape is an endless game in which players swipe down and send springy toy characters up the factory’s floors to toy freedom. Leap through dangerous platforms, ever-changing conveyor belts, toxic steam, and icy scaffolding, while avoiding crushing blocks, lasers, spinning blades, and more.
Start as an adorable little electric Bro-Bot. Jump on, over, and through conveyor belts, crates, cartons, platforms, and more. Collect coins to set toy friends free. Win loads of quirky toy characters or purchase favorites. Pump some iron as Sweddy Bear, save the world as Toilet Paper Man, spread the love as Cupid and just have fun being a Country Bumpkin, The Jumping Dead Zombie, Creepy Clown, Zeus, the Grim Reaper, and Spring Chicken, just to name a few.
“We are excited to see which candidates end up topping the leaderboards,” Debbie Kim, Director of Strategic Development at Dreamkind said. “It should be a fun way for players to get involved in the election hype leading up to Super Tuesday.”
Toy Escape is available for free from the Apple App Store and offers in-app purchases.
Dreamkind creates apps and games that entertain, engage, and educate. This award-winning studio has developed a number of top-ranked apps under its own brand and for clients like Disney, the NFL, the American Red Cross, UCLA, Nickelodeon, the American Heart Association, the U.S. Defense Centers of Excellence, Sesame Workshop, and many other leading institutions. Dreamkind works with numerous government institutions and public interest groups committed to improving education and health and raising awareness of social issues in the United States and the world.