iPad Donut Games "Crazy Ninja Campaign" -- Giving away Scooter XL for FREE!

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  1. DonutGames

    DonutGames Well-Known Member

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    Bonjour!

    To promote our latest release, URBAN NINJA, the wall climbing star himself decided to give away our top-selling, previously-never-been-free game: Rat On A Scooter XL.

    Is he crazy or generous?? You decide! :)

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    Rat On A Scooter XL (FREE for a limited time): http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=342699962&mt=8

    Urban Ninja feat. Francois (0.99 USD): http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=394716128&mt=8

    Spread the word!

    Daniel - Team Donut Games
     
  2. DonutGames

    DonutGames Well-Known Member

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    Videos

    Video - Rat On A Scooter XL:
    [HQYOUTUBE]FdaTyLrNYOo[/HQYOUTUBE]

    Video - Urban Ninja:
    [HQYOUTUBE]2zxlCAITKDE[/HQYOUTUBE]
     
  3. ninjackid

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    Awesome!!!! Just downloaded Rat on a Scooter right now! I need to pikc up Urban Ninja, too. Donut Games are the bomb!!!
     
  4. LordGek

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    That IS insane!

    But seriously Donut Games, this points out to me how your games tend to fall into three categories.

    Completely Scripted Levels (Urban Ninja, Cat Physics, etc.)

    Scripted and Randomized Levels (Jungle Crash Land, Castle Smasher, etc.)

    Randomized Levels (Scooter XL, Titanic Rescue, Traffic Rush, Action Buggy, etc.)

    As a randomly obsessed monkey I'm hoping more of these completely scripted games, like Urban Ninja, throw in at least a token randomized mode.
     
  5. sammysin

    sammysin Well-Known Member

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    HE be insane.
     
  6. jak56

    jak56 Well-Known Member

    oh he be completeally insain!

    lovin the game btw :D
     
  7. MarkHerm

    MarkHerm Well-Known Member

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    downloading... :D
     
  8. RagManX

    RagManX Well-Known Member

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    Downloading the freebie. Buying the non-freebie for download. Haven't tried a donut game yet that I didn't enjoy. Might have to give them all their own folder. Thanks.
     
  9. 270Kp

    270Kp Well-Known Member

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    That's what I did.
     

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  10. Vinvy

    Vinvy Well-Known Member

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    Ehh, to me the games that do both feel the most complete(eg rat on the rung Sunday lawn, castle crashers, and jungle crash). But the fully scripted games end up being my favorites with the great level design, likke paracute, urban ninja and cat physics.

    I think action buggy and urban ninja are screaming to be fleshed out and get the roya treatment.
     
  11. LordGek

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    Actually this is why I vote for the middle ground. I know a lot of folk feel pure Endless Survival play pretty "pointless" since there is no way to BEAT such a game other than try to become one of the Top 10 Global players (good luck with that). So I vote they pull something like they did in Castle Smasher with a series of increasingly tougher and tougher stand alone scripted levels and then some endless level (or maybe a few varieties of Endless levels like Scooter XL does so dang well...my favorite of your games so far) for the freaks out there.

    Then the "Completionists" and the "Endless Score Wh@res" can both have something to call their own! :p
     
  12. sammysin

    sammysin Well-Known Member

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    Hahahahaha.
     
  13. Jordanrracer

    Jordanrracer Well-Known Member

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    Amazing. I love both of the games. I hops to see new levels in the future for the Ninja one. Keep of the good work donuts!
     
  14. sammysin

    sammysin Well-Known Member

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    I'm sure 90% of us iDevice gamers have a Donut Games folder.
     
  15. camihq

    camihq Well-Known Member

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    I have ! ;)
     

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