It’s hard to imagine anyone ever being able to catch a chimneys.
The game’s creators hope the feature will allow people to go for a quick run while the chimneys are still burning.
It’s the latest attempt at bringing a social game to the big screen.
“We have a few features in the game that we think will be really interesting for people to play, and it’s a way to capture a bit of the atmosphere,” co-founder and creative director Matt Wilson told GamesBeat.
“It’s a fun game for kids and adults, and we want people to see it.”
Chimes, which is currently in the beta phase, is set to be released on the iPhone and iPad on October 10.
Wilson said it has the potential to be a big hit with kids, who will be able to see the game’s fun and educational elements while being entertained by the cute chimney chases and other humorous touches.
But it’s also an interesting game for parents to play with their kids.
For example, the game will allow children to jump on chimneys and run around them to see if they can catch a single chimney.
Wilson says it will be easier for parents and kids to watch as the chimney chasing game progresses.
“The idea is to have kids get their hands on the game so that they can get to grips with how it works,” Wilson said.
“They’ll learn to see how it all works, and then they can start playing the game themselves, which makes it a great game for both kids and parents.”
He added that the chiming feature will also be useful for teachers.
“When you have children, they want to be the one to play the game,” Wilson explained.
“And you want to give them that opportunity.”
Chime, which will also feature an audio-only mode, is one of a few games to be coming to Apple’s App Store in the coming months.
Other apps in the “catch me if you can” category include “Catch The Crayon,” which allows kids to play a puzzle game where they have to catch up on notes from a history lesson.
That app was also released in beta, and is now available for download for $2.99.