We make games. We make apps.

We’re a micro development studio that likes making fun things and solving problems.

Thanks for stopping by, please look around and if you like what you see, get in touch!

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People play with their mobile phones when they’re bored. Games cure boredom.

Using Unity, we want to put the two together and develop beautiful things.

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Mobile phones are tools, we aim to make apps that turn mobile phones into even more useful tools.

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Are you looking for a mobile app developer? If you need a game or app developed, we can build it, make it look pretty and then ship it back to you with a bow on it.*

Just need help submitting to an app store? We can help you with that too.

*there’s no bow

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Redzone Runner

Coming to mobiles and tablets near you this summer.
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Hyperdrive: SS

Hyperdrive is an arcade space shooter. Fly along the edge of civilised space, fighting against the evil Heralds of Ambler. Collect Geld to upgrade your ship and weapons then fight some more! Arriving on App Stores this spring!
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We use technology to enhance the quality of life of people with all kinds of needs, including stroke and road traffic accident patients, individuals with life-limiting conditions and injured soldiers returning from overseas. Our mission is to enable anyone, whatever their disability, to enjoy video games and leisure technology. But we’re not just doing it for the sake of fun. By giving disabled people the means to participate, we’re kick-starting rehabilitation, self-esteem and, most importantly, inclusion.
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Quarterback Club

Enter stats for your favourite quarterback (or yours) to work out the passer rating for a game, season or career.
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1 Month with the Microsoft Band

Recently I was very lucky to have a friend of mine offer me the use of their spare Microsoft Band. I’ve never really been a fan of wearables but my mild affection for Microsoft made me cast my prejudices aside. My first impression is that the Band is nice to touch. It has a nice, quality feel to it and the sliding clip mechanism really is clever. It takes time to feel comfortable around the wrist as much as it would do with any watch or the like. However, there is a problem. The Band is only useable 1 way round and that is with the screen in the supinated (pointing down) position. Hold tight, what about all the athletes in the marketing promos? Posed bullshit, that’s what. At first this didn’t bother me too much but then I started to notice that my heart rate data wasn’t accurate enough. The sensor is on the clasp side which is on the top of my wrist. About as far away from my pulse generating vessels as you can get. Visually, it wont win any design awards for it’s looks. I’ve yet to see a wearable that would so I’ll just leave that there. (YES, I think the Apple Watch fell out of the ugly tree and hit every branch on the way down.) The battery barely lasts half a day so you need to sacrifice some measurements in order to keep it going. My typical usage pattern was as below; Wake up Put the Band on charge Get ready for work stuff Put the Band on and leave flat Keep on all... read more

Sisters in Arms

This blog was originally posted in Jan 2012 as part of the now defunct “Five Hombres” collaboration. According to Develop, women make up only 6% of the games industry. This is a shocking revelation, an injustice that calls for change! <sigh> So, how do we address this issue? Sexism The Rooney Rule requires NFL teams to interview at least one minority candidate for a head / senior coaching position. From the outside, I assume that this was introduced to quell any concerns around racism. Okay… Replacing racism with sexism and trading sport for video games; this won’t increase the percentage at all because it doesn’t guarantee that a woman will get hired. So what then? Should the games industry follow the atrocious Metropolitan Police example and openly declare its recruitment policy to be female only for a period of time? I can only see this presenting more problems. What do you think would happen to the confidence of any girl who gets a job? “Was I hired just because I’m a female? How good are my skills really?” Also, what of the mind set of existing employees? “My mate Jethro can code better than her, did she get the job just because she doesn’t have a y chromosome?” Two situations you don’t want any of your employees to be in. That won’t work so let’s lob that idea in the bin. Instead, maybe the issue isn’t that the door is being slammed in many women’s faces. Maybe not as many women as we would like to think are actually knocking on the door. Education My opinion is; if you want to draw... read more