Bounden Finally Dances on to Android Next Week

Bounden Finally Dances on to Android Next Week

Jun 27, 2014

Bounden‘s carefully-choreographed ballet dancing, played by having two players hold a phone and then following the directions given on it, is finally making its way to Android on July 3rd. The game came out in May, but ran into issues with Android device testing, because the game makes intense usage of sensors, which vary wildly between different hardware models. The issues have been largely ironed out, and now it’ll be possible to get your dance on, courtest of Game Oven Studios and the Dutch National Ballet. Watch me and Game Oven’s Adriaan de Jongh play the game at GDC:

Source: Joystiq

Ballet Dancing Game Bounden Delayed on Android; Developer Game Oven Needs User Help to Make it Work Properly

Ballet Dancing Game Bounden Delayed on Android; Developer Game Oven Needs User Help to Make it Work Properly

May 15, 2014

Game Oven’s ballet dancing game Bounden is delayed on Android. Bounden is a mobile game that is a mix of ballet and Twister. You and a friend hold on together to one phone, which shows the path your arms need to follow. But to do so, the game makes use of the built-in gyroscope — which isn’t trustworthy at all on Android due to the wide variety of hardware, as seen in this Vine video:

In order to get the game out on Android, they need beta testers. Read more of the story on the developers blog and email if interested in beta testing.