Telehorse is a Warsaw-based independent studio established in 2013 by Mariusz Szypura.
Szypura has worked for advertising agencies as a graphic designer and creative director. He has been in charge of hundreds of campaigns and projects, winning a Fryderyk Music Award for the artwork on one of his album covers. What is more, Mariusz is an experienced musician with more than a dozen records under his belt. Telehorse allows him to pull all his skills together and independently develop computer games.
Steampunker was the first game released by the Telehorse studio in 2014. The game was initially launched for iPads only. Following a successful fundraising campaign at Indiegogo, Steampunker is now available for iPhones, as well as Android phones and tablets. The game was awarded the Indie Prize for Best Game Art at Casual Connect in Belgrade, as well as being nominated for the Indie Prize at Tokyo Game Show and Casual Connect in Singapore. Steampunker was also showcased at Casual Connect in Amsterdam, Digital Dragons in Kraków and Poznań Game Arena. Steampunker was voted App Of The Year 2014 by the users of SlideDB website and the Best Entertainment App in the Polish Appaward competition.
In May 2016 Telehorse released the first four levels of Steamkraft – a free endless running game for iOS and Android mobile devices. Six more levels are to be made available until the end of 2016.
The next game in development is called Steamburg. It has already won several awards. The release is planned for Q4 2016.
Telehorse is also continuing to develop Steampunker. The plans for the second half of 2016 include expanding the distribution network and releasing a PC version.
Steampunker and Steamkraft have been signed with Fan Art Games.