1. Draw items or backgrounds or packages
We can NOT accept Avatar designs yet because of technical issues.
2. Scan them
Computer that is connected to the scanner
3. Revise the format of them
You can use photoshop or whatever you use for image editing.
These are limitation of resolution and format. (Size doesn’t matter)
Resolution: 75 dpi
Format: jpeg or png
4. Email to email@example.com with
Tell us how many points will require to purchase your items.
Once the items get approved, we will give you the amount of Funji points for you to get it for free.
Also when the items is sold, you will get 20% of sales as Funji points. You get points every week depending on the total sales of your item.
Please note that Funji has a right to disapprove the images you sent and ask for revision if it doesn’t meet the requirements.
Can wait to see your item design. Show us your creativity!
– Team Funji
Happy to tell you that now we have easier way to purchase points.
We just released Funji Premium apps with extra points and to unlock new avatars.
Check out @iTunes to see new avatars!
Funji Platinum ($9.99) +15,000 points with 7 new avatars
Funji Gold ($2.99) +4,000 points with 2 new avatars
Funji Silver($0.99) +2,000 points
New way of social interaction using your iPhone/iPod for FREE.
Your player walks away from your iPhone and walk into the other’s iPhone to play with the other player – like a magic!
Six different players to change and see the interaction.
Coming soon @iTunes App store.
Make your own room @ Funji Home!
While we wait for Funji Home 2.0 approval, Funji made an iPhone app of Mike‘s book – Pigtails and Potbellies into an iPhone app.
Such a sweet and warm story with cute characters called Gretchen and Chester.
New story unlocks every 24 hours for something to wait for.
Read to take a break from a busy life. Read for any kids in your life to give them a warm heart.
Such a great way to entertain yourself away from games. 😉
More info@ iTunes App store
Story and illustration by Mike White, a designer of Funji!
Mike White is an artist originally from the suburbs of Toronto, Canada. After graduating from Sheridan College in 2003, Mike worked in TV animation for 5 years. He currently resides in Northern California where he draws silly pictures all day.
Waiting for Funji Home 2.0 approval, we are working on a new game this week.
Future Awesomeness – woot woot.
Wow, so good. Nothing to say.
Congrats, Pretty devil.