After much anticipation, Super Kid Cannon launched today on Google Play in New Zealand, and the Skyjoy team couldn’t be more excited about their red panda’s arrival into the mobile gaming world.
“We’re very excited to release Super Kid Cannon to gamers in New Zealand, and hope the public takes to it, and emails us their feedback so we can continue to enhance the game,” said Skyjoy Producer, Amanda Drewniak.
Having initially planned to release the game as free-to-play, and in an effort to experiment with different revenue models, Skyjoy decided not to implement the free-to-play model in favor of allowing the players to have a complete game for $0.99. To that end, Executive Producer Abdulhady “Abboudi” Taher stated, “We did not want to compromise the gameplay experience.”
Players can now launch Super Kid Cannon on an epic, high-flying adventure through 5 magical worlds consisting of 30 brilliantly diverse levels to save his beloved Justine from the evil snow leopard, Khan. This easy to play gaming masterpiece maintains its freshness with an array of beautifully hand-rendered worlds and baddies, diverse and exciting power-ups and skins, as well as breakable blocks, coins, and collectibles to help you soar to a high score.
Launch from cannons, sling from windmills, or travel in bubbles, springs, ski lifts, UFOs, and anything else you can to save your precious Justine! Social integration via Facebook will allow players to compare ratings, scores, and check their friends’ progress in the game via the world map.