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Happy Giant Announces "Orca Paradise" iOS App!

Posted by: Nathan at 3/12/2013 12:12 AM
Got some iOS app news for you today as Happy Giant the makers of Dolphin Paradise: Wild Friends have revealed a brand new iOS only app. "Orca Paradise: All Access and a partnership with "Dolphin & Whale Watch" a conservation group in an effort to protect wild dolphins and whales from human hazards. Very cool! 

"We are very excited to team up with HappyGiant and Orca Paradise. Together we hope to spread awareness on how humans and cetaceans (dolphins and whales) can live together more harmoniously”. “Orcas and Dolphins face great dangers from humans, and we look forward to spreading our message to the many fans of Dolphin and Orca Paradise Apps.” Says Lyndia Storey of “Whale & Dolphin Watch”

Orca Paradise allows you to have a wild Orca as a pet allowing you to feed it, pet it, train it to perform over 20 different tricks, and eventually enter it in competitions. If you ever had a Tamagochi as a child then this sounds right up your alley. 

More information about the whale and dolphin watch project can be found at their official website 

and be sure to check out the official trailer below! 

For more information check out their Facebook page and Happy Giant's official website
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HAPPYGIANT ANNOUNCES “ORCA PARADISE” IOS APP
Announces Alliance With “Dolphin & Whale Watch” Conservation Group

 
New York, USA, March 7th, 2013 – HappyGiant, the makers of Dolphin Paradise: Wild Friends unveil a new iOS only app, “Orca Paradise: All Access”, as well as announce an alliance with the “Dolphin & Whale Watch” Conservation Group, in an effort to help protect wild dolphins and whales at risk from human hazards.
 
"We are very excited to team up with HappyGiant and Orca Paradise. Together we hope to spread awareness on how humans and cetaceans (dolphins and whales) can live together more harmoniously” said Lyndia Storey of “Whale & Dolphin Watch”. “Orcas and Dolphins face great dangers from humans, and we look forward to spreading our message to the many fans of Dolphin and Orca Paradise Apps.” You can find out more at
 
Having a wild orca as a friend may be an unrealistic goal, but now you can form a unique bond with a virtual wild orca in the highly entertaining Orca Paradise: All Access, from HappyGiant.
 
Orca Paradise: All Access is a gorgeous 3D pet sim that turns your iOS device into a virtual lagoon set in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.  The game includes an easy-to-follow tutorial that teaches you everything you need to know about your wild friend. You start with your own orca and form a bond with it, then proceed to name it, feed it, pet it, train it and eventually enter acrobatic shows and competitions. You can also take photos of your orca using an in-game camera, and share them with your friends via email, Facebook or Twitter.
 
There is plenty of content to explore too like custom props for 20 different tricks, decorations for shows, fish types for feeding and a bottlenose dolphin and beluga whale to interact with too!
 
Orca Paradise is a must for players of all ages.  And you won't even have to worry about cleaning the fish tank!
 
The Teaser Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5LwU5IFQPY
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/DolphinParadiseApp
 Screenshots – send request to support@dolphinparadiseapp.com
 
About HappyGiant
 
Founded by veterans of LucasArts and Pileated Pictures, HappyGiant is a developer and publisher of free-to-play, social games for mobile, tablets and emerging platforms. Recently released iOS apps include “The Dictator: The Wadiyan Games”, “Dolphin Paradise: Wild Friends” and “Usagi Yojimbo: Way of the Ronin”.
 
www.happygiant.com
www.pileated.com
 
About Whale and Dolphin Watch
The Whale and Dolphin Watch group is a grass roots organization of people who love the sea. We are committed to bringing awareness to the public of the US Navy’s history of killing, maiming & harassing thousands of whales and dolphins through their underwater sonar sound programs. Our focus is to educate those who love cetaceans, regarding this man made sound pollution that permeates the world’s oceans destroying our sea life.