Factsheet

Developer:
The Flying Beavers
Based in Montreal, Quebec

Founding date:
January 1, 2014

Website:
http://flyingbeavers.ca

Press / Business contact:
jalil@flyingbeavers.ca

Social:
@tweetingbeaver
facebook page

Releases:
Evil Ducks
Fast And Beaver

Address:
925 boul. de Maisonneuve Ouest
Suite #119
Montréal, QC H3A 0A5

Phone:
+00 (1) 438 381 5368

Description

Welcome to The Flying Beavers Press page! We make experimental entertainement with passion, rigor, pleasure... and Unity! If you need any additional information or would like anything provided in a different format, let us know!

History

Early history

A few years ago, I gathered a team of passionate and talented developers and we made weird game prototypes and procedural concepts. Soon, we felt ready to move on to a bigger challenge: self-funding and self-publishing a mobile F2P game on a minimalist budget.

After that

From a humble prototype, "Fast And Beaver" grew into a complex endless runner with gorgeous art and weird humor. After a year-long beta test period, we released the game in 2018 and went back to our experimental roots: toying with Unity's AR Fondation while working on a beaver-bot powered by machine learning...

And now?

We are now working on the pre-production of "Evil Ducks", a solitaire-rpg with nasty humor and elegant villains.

Projects


Videos

MEET THE BEAVERS: we made a dev diary! YouTube


Images

download all screenshots & photos as .zip (6MB)
BeaverJam_1.png
BeaverJam_2.png
Logo_Poincon.png
SummerChilling.png

There are far more images available for The Flying Beavers, but these are the ones we felt would be most useful to you. If you have specific requests, please do contact us!


download logo files as .zip (155KB)
logo

Awards & Recognition

  • "Winner, Most brunch per commit" - Montreal, 10 February, 2017

Team & Repeating Collaborator

Jalil Laalami Ouali
Team lead, Technical designer

Edouard Blanc
Concept Artist

Adrien Lafont de Sentenac
Senior programmer

Laurent-Xavier Lamory
Game designer, writer


presskit() by Rami Ismail (Vlambeer) - also thanks to these fine folks