Runner game sees the scarecrow come to life to confront an array of angry crows.

Pidgeon Entertainment launches Worzel Gummidge mobile game

Pidgeon Entertainment has teamed with developer BulkyPix to launch a Worzel Gummidge mobile game.

Available for free on the App Store and Google Play, the runner game sees the scarecrow of Scatterbrook Farm come to life to confront an array of angry crows.

"I believe this timeless classic no doubt will perform well on the various digital platforms," said Patrick Pidgeon of Pidgeon Entertainment.

"Time spent playing games on mobile devices have increased 57 per cent since 2012, so this app is a terrific way to introduce the beloved Worzel to a global youth audience. And I am pleased to partner with the excellent creative team at BulkyPix."

Check out the game in action below:

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