A terrible disaster is about to happen and you're the only one who can warn humanity. They ignore you though, because they're all too busy checking in their +1s and subscribing to their tweets.Your only choice is to relieve them of the terrible stress of tweeting all their food before it's even digested, and make them aware of the dangers they're facing.Run through the mall, evacuate phone-relieved people to the safe haven that is your cardboard box, and dodge the ignorant cops who are probably only attempting to stop you because they're in on it.
This game was created during the Indie Gameleon 2014 game jam located in Groningen, the Netherlands. The theme was M.C. Escher's work "Relativity". Since it displayed, amongst others, a lot of people that all looked the same and didn't acknowledge each others' presence. This inspired BlauwPrint to take the 'mindless' people aspect, which reminded them of people only paying attention to their phones. Since it's conception, there's been a bit of polishing work going on, and the game is now published to itch.io!
Now that the game is up for download at itch.io, we're planning to return to this game later to expand its features (for example, adding extra types of cops, or multiple stages). Please follow this page for the latest updates on the game!
"A game where you flip smart phones from the hands of people that aren't paying attention during a disaster is genius." - Fork Parker
We are happy to announce that Super Flippin' Phones, our arcade phone-slapping game, started its Greenlight campaign this week:
Link to the Greenlight campaign.
We introduced Super Flippin' Phones some time ago with this trailer. The game was derived from a 2014 prototype that was downloaded 63,000 times for PC and has accumulated over 3 million YouTube views. In the game, players flip phones out of people's hands to warn people for an impending disaster.
Since our last update, a lot of progress has been made on the graphics and content fronts. See the all-new effects, cops and more in action below.
The game is due for an early 2016 release for PC, Android & iOS.
For more information, visit the website.
Flip phones, save humanity, and avoid or beat cops while doing so! You're the only one who can warn the people, but they're too busy with their phones...
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