Leti Games is a game development company based in Accra-Ghana and founded by Eyram Akofa Tawia (from Ghana) and Wesley Kiriinya (from Kenya) in 2009. The founders’ goal is to bring nature, traditional African settings, tourist sites, in exciting arcade and strategy games on the mobile phone so gamers can have fun with them wherever they find themselves.
Leti Games has two games to its credit, the iWarrior and the street soccer. iWarrior was released officially in 2009 and its available on the App Store.
iWarrior is a casual game with great African art and sounds. With its simple intense game play, iWarrior puts you in the role of protecting your village from Africa’s most feared wild animals.
Let Games has announced the launch of its first MMO Street Soccer.
Currently available on Facebook and Street Soccer’s website, Street Soccer is a massive multi-player online role-playing game (MMORPG)developed on the concept of street soccer, which is mostly played in Africa. The player of the game begins with the role of a ‘nobody’ street player who is able to progress to a great soccer star. Once a player has mastered a game, they can challenge their friends to one-on-one matches. The game takes place in a fully accessible and interactive browser environment with impressive graphics.
1.Personalised profiles: Players have a range of avatars to choose from.
2.Facebook integration: The Street Soccer application is available on Facebook and allows for easy access to the game and sharing with friends. Players can also play outside the Facebook environment.
3.Invite friends: Players can invite their friends for matches either via Facebook or by e-mail.
4.Top players: Players can view list and profiles of top players and can choose to challenge them in matches.
5.Search: Search functionality is enabled to allow players search for other players in their neighbourhoods to play with.
6.Teaser messages: Players can send provoking messages to friends while they play. These messages can also be sent via match requests they send to opponents. e.g “Takin u down! Catch this if you are man enough” or “I’ll give you a warm kiss if you get this right”.