Factsheet

Developer:
Fruitcraft
Based in Manchester & London, United Kingdom

Founding date:
June 1, 2010

Website:
fruitcraft.co/

Press / Business Contact:
hello@fruitcraft.co

Social:
twitter.com/fruitcraftapp
facebook.com/fruitcraftapp
Skype

Releases:

August 2013

Address:
77 Dale Street
Manchester
M1 2HG

Phone:
+447882730338

Description

Fruitcraft app is an MMO trading card game with Fruit warriors.

History

Fruitcraft

Fruitcraft is a social trading card game. A sort of a Clash of Clans with collectable cards. Only the warriors are fruit! Players can collect over 200 fruit warriors, enhance them along the way and set their deck to defeat opponents. We also have a tribe system that would let players join up with their friends for extra bonuses.

Backstory

Fruitcraft is produced by Mia & Soroush the brother & sister team behind Turned On Digital. The games idea is pretty old. All the way back from when they were children. Back then they used to invent lots of handmade games to pass the time during the long hot summer months. Card games and fake money were always their favourites. Last Christmas along with a few of their friends they chattered excitedly over creating their first digital card game. Finally Fruitcraft was taking shape. They had the basics of the game concept, mechanics and draw factor down and launched a beta back in January 2013. The game is currently fundraising on Kickstarter.

Projects

Videos

Here is an early demo of Fruitcraft YouTube

Here is Fruitcraft pitch on Kickstarter YouTube

Images

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fruitcraft app home.png
fruitcraft app deck.png
fruitcraft app cards.png

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Awards & Recognition

Selected Articles

Team & Repeating
Collaborators

Mia Bennett
Producer

Soroush Khodaii
Game designer

Ali Nadalizadeh
Developer

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