Attack Of The Oz Monsters

To promote Disney XD, play a turn-based strategy fighting game set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland

Disney XD
Design & Development
MacOS, Windows & Web

The game is a turn-based strategy fighting game set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. A small group of characters must fight back against the Ozmonsters to ensure their survival.

In this game, players select the best gear for their characters based on their weapons preferences to strategically prepare for battle. The players can use blueprints to create weapons at the headquarters. By watching the Disney XD gaming show every week players receive restricted codes to unlock special blueprints so they can craft more powerful weapons.

Every Friday at 6pm AEST players can watch Disney XD to unlock special weapon blueprints that can be used in the game.

We provided the following services:

  • Game design and development
  • Level design
  • Tutorial and story writing
  • 2D art and modelling
  • Character rigging and animation
  • Concept direction and production art for environments
  • UI/UX development
  • Music and sound design

When players defeat the Ozmonsters, they are rewarded with new weapons as loot. These can then be combined to create new weapons. Combining these weapons is much more powerful than using them individually. Take some gas canister guns and poison bombs, and turn it into a fart launcher, then stink your enemies to death. Alternatively the Fris-Boom weapon can be created by fusing exploding bombs with fribees.

A player will face three different categories of beasts - there are the downright ridiculous Ozmonsters like the burping Wom-bat. Furthermore, there are the horrendous Ozmonsters, such as the horned Whino, then there is the evil boss bird that controls all the havoc. As the game progresses, players become more proficient with weapons and armor. In the game, the player's goal is to wipe out the Ozmonsters and save the world so that they can ultimately defeat the final boss King Kook.

In OzMonsters, players can customise each character's head wear, armour, and left / right holding weapons to help them defeat the monsters

XD created a fun turn-based fighting game to promote Disney's gaming show

With a thin brief and a limited budget, we developed this simple game for one of the world's largest kids brands. The game was promoted online and guerrilla-marketed by the advertising agency The Hallway. In order to meet Disney's needs, we developed a game that combined elements of their brands with new ideas created for the OzMonsters world. Through this campaign, Disney XD's popularity as a gaming destination was increased.

Disney XD created with Mode a post-apocalyptic base containing objects and characters from many well-known brands, including Star Wars

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