Teddy Engel Games
Based in London, United Kingdom

Release date:
11 May, 2014

Apple App Store
Google Play
Samsung Apps


Regular Price:



Run Yeti is an endless runner mobile game. You are a lost yeti in an icy world that rotates around you. Jump between ice platforms and try to avoid falling for as long as you can. Earn points for every seconds you do not fall. The Yeti can also double-jump to make impressive jumps.


Run Yeti was initiated as a joint project between Teddy Engel and Karim Abdelwahab. It was inspired by the simple gameplay style of old arcade games like Super Mario Bros or more recently Flappy Bird and Super Meat Boy. The whole idea was to keep the gameplay as simple as possible and to provide a scoring system with leaderboards.


  • Compelling artwork and music.
  • Unlock badges and achievements.
  • Challenge your friends.
  • Share your progress on Twitter.
  • Universal game: Compatible with both apple and android operating systems.
  • Become the next King Yeti !


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About Teddy Engel Games

Teddy Engel Games is an independent game development studio founded in 2014 by Teddy Engel. Located in London, Teddy Engel Games is committed to making innovative and entertaining software that can be enjoyed by children and adults alike.

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Run Yeti Credits

Teddy Engel
Game Developer, Game Designer

Karim Abdelwahab
Graphic Designer, Music

Jean-Christophe Le Saux
QA, Testing

Marine "Cricket"
QA, Testing

presskit() by Rami Ismail (Vlambeer) - also thanks to these fine folks