YETIPIPI / YETIPEE now available worldwide!

On March 19, 2013, in Announcements, by Steffen Itterheim

The game I worked on called YETIPEE is now available worldwide in the App Store. YETIPEE is the english version of YETIPIPI.

Previously it was only available to german users. Now you have no more excuses – get the game! :)

If you’re interested to learn more about the technical details of this game, check out the YETIPIPI postmortem.

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YETIPIPI Gameplay Video

On December 20, 2012, in Announcements, by Steffen Itterheim

Check out this new gameplay video from the official YETIPIPI website:

Get the game here. Note: it’s only available in Germany & Austria for now, worldwide release will hopefully be in January.

You can find more details about the game including a technical postmortem in an earlier blog post.

Also for the german speaking crowd (and those who are really quick to learn a new language): Game One posted a video interview with cartoonist Joscha Sauer about the game. Game demo starts at 11:30.

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The game I coded is finally out: YETIPIPI

On December 17, 2012, in Announcements, by Steffen Itterheim

I’m really happy and excited that YETIPIPI was released today in the iOS App Store! :)

UPDATE: currently only available in german App Store due to delayed english localization.

Go grab it for $.99 (€.89) try it out and give it it’s (hopefully) deserved 5-Star review.

What’s the game about?

YETIPIPI was a contract project in collaboration with Doubleplus Digital Media Entertainment for Joscha Sauer. Joscha is one of germany’s most popular cartoonists and the mastermind behind the Nichtlustig cartoons (some of his cartoons are also available in english).

The game is inspired by one particularly famous comic strip, where a Yeti pees in a circle, leaving him (or in this case both) stranded in an unfortunate situation.

To survive, our Yeti must drink so he can pee the ice floes floating about in ever smaller pieces. You control the Yeti with the accelerometer to collect items, evade ice floes and to aim your stream of urine.

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