We’re very excited to announce Shaking Safari, our first mobile game. is now available on iOS (IPhone/iPad/iPod Touch) and Android (Google Play/Kindle).
The animals of Africa are hungry!
Help them collect food by swiping it into their baskets. Balance the scales and stay upright with tilt control or they’ll fall over! Featuring 10 levels to unlock, each with 3 different playing modes. Will you stay up the longest and who can collect the most food?
• Feed and balance different animals over 10 African levels.
• Use tilt control while balancing the baskets to keep your animals uptight.
• Learn interesting facts about African wildlife
Designed for all-ages, Shaking Safari is available FREE to download in the Apple App Store, with an optional in-app purchase of $0.99 (£0.69/€0.79) to unlock the 2nd Safari Trial.
The Amazon App Store and Google Play host a FREE Lite version letting users play the the 1st Trial, alongside the fully featured app with both trails for $0.99 (£0.69/€0.79).
The game is aimed at all ages, so we hope animal lovers young and old can keep the African animals well fed. Collect the food, keep balanced and most importantly: Don’t Fall Over!
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Shaking Safari was created by Stephen Downey (Art), Scott Grandison (code), Priya Mistry (Animations) and Stephen O’Hagan of WFT-On the Air! (Sound). They are eternally grateful to the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure (DCAL) for their support through the Creative Industries Innovation Fund which made Shakin’ Safari possible. Ousider Games is a new Northern Ireland game studio, set up in 2011 by Stephen Downey. The aim is to bring together bright creative talent working across various sectors in order to create innovative and entertaining mobile games. Their first mobile game, Shaking Shaking safari is available on iOS and Android on 14th October 2012. A custom game built for the BBC will be played on the ‘Big Screens’ later this year.