Foodiecats is a kid-friendly 2D sidescrolling puzzle adventure game for mobile devices, that teaches creative problem solving through environment puzzles.
Drawing directly from the source material, the game features the loveable Foodiecats characters as they work together to solve the mystery of where Watermelon Cat left his beloved baseball trophy. Poor Watermelon Cat can be very forgetful, but fortunately he has created a scavenger hunt to lead him back to the trophy.
Role: UI/UX Lead
Platform: Android, iOS
All the characters from the animated series make an appearance.
The personalities of each character are represented in their unique gameplay abilities.
Teach problem-solving skills.
Fun and engaging uses of the characters.
Story ties each level to the next so players feel like they’re on an adventure.
The illustrative style emulates the concept art for the animated series.
All progression starts with the Map, the game’s hub where players can select areas to send Apple Cat and Carrot Cat. The map is designed like a classic overworld map, with areas connected by paths and two miniature characters that can be sent to the locations.
Each area in the game has levels connected by that area’s landing page. The landing pages act as a small hub that introduces the bonus playable character for that area and provide clues to how to accomplish certain puzzles.
3 - 12
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