Mumbai August 10 2012: Five years in the making, India’s first stereoscopic 3D animated feature film, Krishna Aur Kans opened nationwide on Sri Krishna Jayanthi ( Janmashtami) day – and simultaneously, Jump Games, the mobile games, apps and content publisher and Reliance enterprise, has launched the official mobile game pegged on the film.
The game allows the players to adorn the avatar of Krishna and help all the parents in the village. The parents are in a dilemma as the demons have kidnapped all the village kids and are hiding out in Putna's den. The parents have therefore approached Krishna to help them find and rescue their children.
Sats Ashish SK., CEO, Reliance Animation: “Krishna Aur Kans re-visits one of the greatest stories ever told… the story of Krishna, the naughty prankster who emerges as the greatest savior. While developing the movie and the game we have given special attention to adhere to Indian sensibilities towards our heritage characters. I am sure this Janmasthami casual gamers of all ages across India will enjoy enacting Krishna via the mobile game.”
Adds Chaitanya Prabhu, Business Head - India, JumpGames said, “We wanted to participate in the celebration of Jansmasthami by creating a game based on Krishna and this movie gives us a perfect platform to engage with the casual gamers across markets. We at Jump are committed to bring Indian themed games with international quality to casual gamers in India. I am sure this property will appeal to both kids and adults, like our earlier games based on Indian themes.”
The Krishna Aur Kans game is available on all leading mobile platforms like Android, Blackberry and Symbian, across all leading mobile operators.
See our story in the IT Happened in India section on the networking technology that helped create the film