Crawfish Games, a specialty studio in Baton Rouge that focuses on mobile, casual and online games, has released its first two games — Cutesy and Creepsy — for Apple iOS, company founder Mark Greenshields said Wednesday.

The studio’s parent company is Firebrand Games, a leading maker of racing games for Nintendo that opened a digital studio at the Louisiana Technology Park on Florida Boulevard.

Each game features various levels of puzzle adventures, the company said in a release. Users also will be able to play to win prizes, including stickers and medallions to decorate photos and share them with friends via email or Facebook. Both games are designed for players ages 5 and older and can be played in story mode, which is timed, or puzzle mode.

“Cutesy: Quest of the Unicorn” tells the story of a Unicorn’s magical journey in search of love and acceptance.

“Creepsy: Monsters Never Have Enough!” follows a monster who, thinking he isn’t creepy enough, goes on an adventure to become creepier.

Cutesy is available for free in the App store. Creepsy will be available Wednesday.

Releases on the Android Marketplace are planned, and online versions for Mac and PCs are due for release soon, the company said.