Social gaming publisher Chuck Studios launches first IOS game - Give A Dam - created by BBH

GiveADam_logo17122012.jpgChuck Studios, the one-of-a-kind- social gaming publisher created BBH Asia Pacific and confectionary company Perfetti Van Melle has launched its first IOS game into the global market.

Created in partnership with Indonesian game studio, Nightspade, 'Give a Dam' is now available in the iTunes AppStore for free

Give A Dam is the second game launched by Chuck Studios following the success of Chupa Chucker - an interactive facebook game that launched in February 2012.

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In Give a Dam players must help the Chupa Chups flavours that include Chocolate, Kiwi, Strawberry, Cola and Apple to navigate a treacherous river through challenging puzzles.
GiveADam.jpgBy solving the puzzles, players get to build dams to keep the flavours from getting swept downstream. With easy one-touch controls, players can stack the floating campers on top of each other to save them from the rapid current through 12 different chocolate dam settings.

Chuck Studios released a limited number of special edition 'Give A Dam' packages for installation to some of the top game reviewers around. Packaged up in a cardboard box and instead of virtual components - it's really made of real bits of plastic. The video follows renown game reviewer 'Eggmon' as he unpacks the individual components and physically installs the new game to his phone with his powerful manclaws.

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