Monthly Archive: August 2017

Flip Master, a dynamic trampoline game, on mobile devices

Miniclip, the developer and publisher behind market-leading mobile games 8 Ball Pool, Agar.io & Soccer Stars, now brings Flip Master, a dynamic and entertaining free-to-play trampoline game bouncing onto mobile devices today. With a custom physics engine and animated ragdoll physics, Flip Master dominates the world of trampoline with an...

Chicken Jump on Apple TV, mobiles & tablets

After several weeks of softlaunch on iTunes and an Early-Access on the Playstore, Chicken Jump developed by Firepunchd and published by Playdigious is finally ready to release worldwide. Many thanks for all the players who participated in improving the game. Watch Chicken Jump’s trailer:  Download Chicken Jump on Google Play & iTunes for free Chicken Jump...

TENS!, dice-based puzzle game, available on iOS, Android and Amazon Fire devices

Developer Kwalee, fronted by Codemasters co-founder David Darling, announced that TENS!, their simple, satisfying dice-based puzzle game is now available worldwide on iOS, Android and Amazon Fire devices. Originally conceived in just two days as part of Kwalee’s game jam-style creation process, TENS! has gone from hacky prototype to refined...

Angry Birds Match is available for free in the App Store and Google Play

The Hatchlings, the runaway stars of the Angry Birds Movie, make their mobile gaming debut in Angry Birds Match, a whimsical spin on match 3 puzzle games with an emphasis on discovering all the adorable Hatchlings and dressing them up in the most stylish party outfits. Developed by Rovio’s internal...

Sunless Skies on Steam Early Access

Failbetter Games’ sequel to Sunless Sea, Sunless Skies, launches on Steam Early Access. Sunless Skies is a top-down literary RPG set amongst the stars. Explore a universe steeped in celestial horror and ravaged by Victorian ambition in this game of exploration, corruption and jeopardy for PC, Mac and Linux. Players...

Homicide Squad: Hidden Crimes is available on smartphone and tablet

Never stop investigating, no matter where you are! G5’s engrossing free-to-play adventure – Homicide Squad: Hidden Crimes – is now supporting iPhone and Android smartphones, thanks to the latest update. That means you can switch from your tablet to your smartphone and pick up right where you left off in...