Hold Family

A multiplayer network game for families

Spend more time with your family and less with your phone with the Hold Family app.

Hold Family by zaven
  • 6 people
  • 12 months
  • Norway
  • user interface UI
  • user experience UX
  • android app
  • ios app
  • mobile development
  • software outsourcing
  • mobile design
  • native mobile app
  • MVP
  • API implementation
  • back-end system

Challenge

Our client had the idea of creating an application that would help family members spend more time together without being distracted by things like new messages or notifications from a smartphone

The biggest challenge was to create a user-friendly, well-designed, multiplayer network game with points to be scored, badges to be earned and goals to be achieved by not using your phone.

Results

We’ve developed an intuitive and safe application for Android and iOS users. You can create a family and invite your loved ones to the game. Play together by not touching your phone and earn points: the more family members join the game, the sooner you will reach your goals.

Thanks to the amusing avatars and entertaining animations we’ve created, this multiplayer network game is even more engaging. In addition, the gamification found in earning badges and achieving goals is a motivating factor in starting to play Hold Family and getting more involved in offline life without any distractions.

Microsoft .NETMicrosoft ASP.NETGoogle AndroidApple iOSSWIFTKotlin

About the client

Hold AS

Hold AS is a Norwegian startup helping people to develop a healthy relationship with technology.

www.hold.app


Hold AS
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