Pancake Panic

Pancake Panic

Pancake Panic is a fast, fun, and addictive action game. The goal is to stack as many pancakes as you can before the time runs out. Catch power-ups for time, score and other bonuses, and to allow you to bank your score.

Pancake Panic is a great game for kids to play, and a challenging game for grown-ups too! Compete with your friends to get the highest score.

Catch red strawberries which allow you to bank your stack of pancakes, and catch stopwatches which give you time bonuses.

A rainbow strawberry kicks off a Pancake Panic frenzy and a golden strawberry doubles your stack score for ten seconds, so be sure to bank quickly after catching one!

How many pancakes can you catch?

We developed this game in a week as a way to help teach UK primary school pupils how to code. You can read more about the project on our web site at Special thanks to Haimo Primary School in London who helped test the app.

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Developer Diaries and News

Pancake Panic 3.0 for Android, Windows, and Windows Phone!

September 8, 2015
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Version 3.0 of Pancake Panic is rolling out. This update includes improvements to the chef's animations and movement, as well as two brand new power-ups! The two new power-ups were developed during our Coding Workshops for Schools. We worked with Glebe Primary School and Shireland Hall Primary Academy to develop two new game modes. Collect a green strawberry to launch Dough Ball Rain, where lots of heavy balls of dough fall from the sky. Collect a blue strawberry to launch Super Sized Pancakes where giant pancakes fall from the sky. The update is rolling out this week for Windows, Windows Phone, and...

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Pancake Panic 2.2 for Android, Windows, and Windows Phone!

April 23, 2015

Version 2.2 of Pancake Panic is now rolling out. This update includes improvements to the responsiveness of the game, and the controls. The chef now moves quicker than before. We've also added some velocity to his movement, so when you lift your finger up, he slides a little on the kitchen floor, adding even more strategy to the madness. Secondly, we've added an instruction page to the game to explain the simple controls. We received feedback that some users were trying to drag the chef, so hopefully this screen will clear up the confusion. You simply touch the left-half of...

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Pancake Panic now available for Windows and Windows Phone!

April 15, 2015

Pancake Panic is now available for Windows Phone (including all Lumia devices) and Windows (including Surface tablets) through the Windows Store. It is available as a Universal App, meaning you can download it once, and it will be available on all your Windows based computers, phones, and tablets. Pancake Panic was developed by Chaos Created in a week, as part of our mission to teach UK primary and secondary school pupils how to code. We built the game with the help of year five and year six pupils in London in just seven days. Pancake Panic is a fast, fun, and...

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Pancake Panic 2.0 for Android!

April 11, 2015

Pancake Panic has a major update rolling out today - version 2.0 is now live on the Google Play Store for Android. The update includes brand new power-ups, making the game more unpredictable than ever! Blue strawberries kick off a Pancake Panic frenzy mode, where pancakes are launched in rapid succession, giving you a chance to catch a whole stack of pancakes in a few seconds. Green strawberries give you a score multiplier - if you bank your score within a few seconds of collecting one, each pancake in your stack is worth double points! Pancake Panic is a fast, fun, and addictive action...

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Chaos Created’s Game Development Coding Workshop for Primary and Secondary Schools

April 8, 2015

Putting together Pancake Panic with a Year 5 class. Our Games Development Workshop has been updated for 2015. Our updated coding workshop, which we launched at Haimo Primary School last month, features an updated format. Our day-long Games Development workshop is broken down into three sessions over the course of a day. Session 1 is an Introduction to Apps and Games, which is an overview session, looking at how games and apps are made. We look at the capabilities of modern apps and games (focussing, mostly, on mobile phones and tablets), and working up some ideas...

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