PlaySnack Game Development Studio – Making Delicious Games

San Justo, Argentina – PlaySnack today is pleased to announce Turtle World for iOS, their new game scheduled for release in October 2011. PlaySnack was founded in June 2011 by Pablo Ruiz and Ivan Saroka. The hero of Turtle World for iOS is Frank the turtle, who must contend with many foes, including Bob the cat. The game is being built with Coco2sd, and Pablo Ruiz is the author of the 350 page book “Cocos2d for iPhone 0.99 Beginner’s Guide,” and is an experienced teacher of programming. Ivan Saroka has been a senior developer for Windows apps and shares 500 connections on Linked In.

PlaySnack’s tagline is “Making Delicious Games.” The two co-founders have stated that the mission of their company is to create fun, engaging games for everyone.

Character Bio:
* Name – Frank, the turtle
* Gender – Male
* Age – Fourteen
* Likes – Hanging around dangerous places, Lettuces, PowerSnails.
* Dislikes – Anything that can eat him, ghosts.

Frank is the hero of Turtle World and he loves taking long walks around his home. One time he got lost and found himself having to survive the outside world for days armed with just his shell. He really liked the thrill of danger and now he spends his days looking for more dangerous challenges.

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PlaySnack was founded in San Justo, Argentina, in 2011 by Pablo Ruiz and Ivan Saroka both co-founders of InfinixSoft. PlaySnack was born with the intention of creating engaging games for mobile platforms, focusing on iOS. The founders have experience of working for more than two years in their own company dedicated to mobile software development services. Pablo also wrote a book on Cocos2d, one of the most successful game programming frameworks for iOS. Copyright (C) 2011 PlaySnack. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod, and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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