Contre Jour V2 – Petit’s Valentine

“This has to be the best game I have purchased. It is so beautiful in its simplicity it is a work of art. The voice is captivatingly funny. The music is hauntingly magic.” 5 star average customer review

2013_FebIE10ContreJourImageNewFriendChapter4

You may have heard of Contre Jour – it won iPad Game of The Year in 10 countries in 2011 and was Best Mobile Game of E3. Back in October last year the IE team build a groundbreaking HTML5 multi-touch site for Contre Jour.

2013_FebIE10ContreJourImageMoonlightWorldlevelwithGameElements

Given the resounding success of the game worldwide, game creator Maksym Hryniv (Max) and the team at Pixel Lab decided to work with the IE team again to create two new “worlds”, titled “Moonlight” and “New Friend,” bringing a total 20 additional game levels free on the web. The New Friend world is exclusive to the Web and features a new character – Amie – who joins the protagonist, Petit on his journey to save his love, the Rose.

2013_FebIE10ContreJourImageNewFriendWorld

“Bringing my game to the web really helped me reach new fans all around the world,” said Max. “The first version was so successful that I wanted to create something truly unique for the web version. I decided to create a totally new chapter with visuals, gameplay and a new character. I think fans from my home country of Ukraine all the way to China and the U.S. will be pleasantly surprised by the look and feel of the new levels.”

2013_FebIE10ContreJourImageMoonlightWorld

The new Moonlight Worldlooks more similar to the other Contre Jour worlds, and showcases the power of IE10 as a touch browser. Contre Jour was truly designed to be a touch-first game—in fact, it was the first game brought to the web that actually required multi-touch on certain levels.

2013_FebIE10ContreJourImageMoonlightWorldLevel1

Check out the twenty new levels of gameplay for yourself at www.contrejour.ie and use the Valentine Card to share the Valentine’s love with your friends and loved ones.

Check out the Exploring IE blog for more details.

Published by Sara Allison

Sara is the editor of Ubelly - when not heads down scouring Ubelly articles for typos (and not always catching them), she's scouting for new writing talent. Give her a shout @SaraAllison if you've got something to say about development/design and want to be heard.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>