12-year-old boy creates iPhone app to help fight cancer

A twelve-year-old boy, Logan Pazol, conceived, created and programmed a game for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch called “Donut Fighter” to raise money to aid fighting cancer. All of the proceeds from your purchase go directly to research and treat children’s cancer.

In Donut Fighter, you square off against a 5’ 10” pink frosted donut with sprinkles. Use the joystick to move forward/backward and to duck. Every time your punch or kick connects with the donut your valor increases. When the donut hits or kicks you, you lose valor. Whoever reaches 100 valor points first wins the round. In order to progress to the next round you must beat the donut.

The first few rounds are designed to be easy, but don’t get over confident. The donut will adjust to your fighting style and the rounds will get increasingly more difficult. To win you have to beat the donut for all ten rounds. Good luck!

Logan’s goal is sell 10,000 copies of Donut Fighter by March.

More info and download link via Apple’s iTunes App Store: Donut Fighter.


  1. Hurray fro Logan’s run.

    Good Job – well done – good idea!!!!

    Logan’s goal is sell 10,000 copies of Donut Fighter by March.

    JOKINGLY – DID not know DONUTS cause CANCER?

    1. Logan’s Mom here. Thank you all for the support!!!! As for the person pretending to be my son, I’m sure you can find better things to do with your time than try to sabotage the good intentions of a young boy.

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