Berry Rush Blog #1: How To Play

Last week we revealed our upcoming Strawberry Shortcake mobile game, Berry Rush. We’re putting some finishing touches to the game at the moment, and are super-excited about you getting to play the final version!

We thought this’d be a great time to tell you a little more about the game and how it works.

How to play Berry Rush

So, what’s Berry Rush all about?

The goal of the game is to collect fruit as you race through the world of Berry Bitty City. As you steer Strawberry through lush green fields, sandy beaches and shady woodland, you’ll need to help her leap over rocks, duck under bridges and dodge giant plants that might block her way.

Swipe up to jump, down to duck and left and right to dodge. You’ll need good reactions and an awareness of the obstacles up ahead to keep Strawberry on her run!

Berry Rush jump

 

Power up!

As Strawberry moves through the world, you’ll find plenty of power-ups to help you in your quest. Grab a watering can to sprout a green plant and launch you into the air, and catch a special butterfly boost that lets Strawberry take to the skies for a short spell!

From there, you’ll get the perfect view of the world that we’ve created in the game. Berry Bitty City is a super-colorful world – just try not to spend too long admiring the scenery or you might find Strawberry’s run coming to an end sooner than you’d like!

Berry Rush butterfly

What’s next?

In our next blog post, we’ll take a little look at the cake-decorating part of Berry Rush… and some of Strawberry’s friends, who are also playable characters in the game.

As always, don’t forget to check out our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter for all the latest Berry Rush news!

Oh, and just for you… here’s an exclusive first-look of Berry Rush in action!

Blog Post: Introducing Berry Rush

 

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