Sometimes game developers use programming languages like java or c++ and sometimes they use clay. What? Clay? As in the soft malleable stuff used to make ceramics? Yes that clay. Doesn’t the clay get stuck in the device? How many game developers use clay to create their games? One as far we know. A company called Fat Pebble just released Clay Jam, an extremely unique free puzzle arcade game made entirely of clay although we are sure they had to use some programming language to make the game work on mobile devices.
The game takes place in a land named Clay Jam where monsters live happily ever after until some characters named the Bully Beasts destroyed Clay Jam which lay dormant for hundreds of years. A stranger shows up vowing to rebuild the land but he needs clay for their task. He dispatched a blue pebble to collect and recover clay. You guide the pebble down the hill by drawing groves in the clay land towards the little creatures you must squash for their clay. You must flick the pebble at the Bully Beast to send him flying to earn more points.
Clay Jam offers one of the most unique game play experiences we have seen in a number of years. Consumers can play Clay Jam on either their IPhone, IPads or Android devices.