Based in Edmonton/San-Jose

Release date:
1 April, 2015

Apple App Store
Google Play


Regular Price:



Karate Dino, first game by the small indie Studio Thinkmojo, is an 80’s inspired arcade video game where you, a Karateka, try to survive in a lost world fill with dinosaurs. React fast, stay focused, and you might become the most valorous Karateka the world has ever known. But be careful, one mistake, and the T-Rex, Triceratops, Velociraptor, Stegosaurus or the many other creatures from the past will provoke your downfall. A simple one-hand / one-touch game filled with retro 16-bit pixel art and smooth animations, perfect for a quick and exciting game session.


Thinkmojo is a video animation studio co-founded in 2011 by two brothers Sebastien and Yann Lhomme. In 2014, they decided to leverage Thinkmojo’s animation skills to try to build mobile games with a focus on simple fun, arcade feel. With the help of Clovis Coulon, they worked on their first prototype: Karate Dino. The game was essentially an experiment to learn about the process and skills required to build a game with a focus on well crafted 2D animations. Developed throughout 2014 with GameMaker:Studio, the game was released for free on the appstore and Google Play on April 1st 2015.


  • Retro, 80s arcade style
  • Simple One-touch mechanic
  • Sweet 2d pixel art animatioms
  • quick play ~2-min sessions


Teaser YouTube, Vimeo




Sebastien Lhomme on Twitter
Personal twitter for Sebastien Lhomme twitter.com.

Yann Lhomme on Twitter
Personal twitter for YannLhomme twitter.com.

About Thinkmojo

Thinkmojo is a video animation studio co-founded in 2011 by two brothers Sebastien and Yann Lhomme. We make well crafted animations and fun indie games filled with arcade vibes.

More information
More information on Thinkmojo, our logo & relevant media are available here.

Karate Dino Credits

Sebastien Lhomme
Founder Thinkmojo, Designer, Developer

Yann Lhomme
Founder Thinkmojo, Concept, QA

Clovis Coulon
Concept, QA

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