Firewall coming soon!

— by G
19th February 2013

Firewall is a new game we’ve been working on for the past month or so. It’s a simple but addictive puzzle game where you deflect threats away from a computer’s core by matching their colours. The further through the game you get the faster it gets with, in theory, no limit!

We submitted Firewall to Apple for review today, so watch this space for a release date very soon.

Firewall Reveal Screenshot 1
Firewall Reveal Screenshot 2

PermalinkPosted at 4:31 PM on 19th February 2013 under Firewall

Prisoner 84 Android Release

— by John
30th January 2013

We have now made Prisoner 84 for Android available for download through our website.

The reason this is not appearing on the Google Play Store is due to the size limitation of apk files without using an extra download system within the application which we were not prepared to do.

Another reason is due to unfortunately high piracy rates we have been suffering with our other games on android, we don’t see much worth in putting the effort in. We realise there are many methods to try and cut down the ability to pirate applications such as the licensing library from Google, however we feel that this would be detrimental to the game(s) and would only serve to cause problems for legitimate customers having to be online to play the game(s).

So to cut a long story short – Prisoner 84 is now available for free on Android devices.

We would like to make everyone aware that downloading this game grants you no customer support and it’s a use at your own risk agreement.

You will require Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) or higher.

To install the game you generally have two options. If you have ‘unknown sources’ enabled on your device you should be able to simply download the apk file from your browser and then request to install the apk.

Another option if your device does not allow auto-installation is to grab the apk on a PC and use some software that will connect to your device and install the apk for you. There are a wide range of tools that allow this for various device types. We recommend doing a search to see what’s the best tool for your own phone or tablet.

This release is the high-end version of the game so therefore we would recommend you have decent CPU and GPU in your phone or tablet and make sure very few or better still, zero other applications are running when you start the game.

Please be aware that any emails or comments requesting any support or help with regards to installing, performance, errors or any other kind of request for the android build, will most likely not be answered. If the game works, it works – if it doesn’t then tough luck.

You can grab the download here…

Prisoner 84 Android APK

PermalinkPosted at 1:23 PM on 30th January 2013 under Prisoner 84

New Cabby update now on the App Store

— by G
10th October 2012

A new update for Cabby is now available on the App Store, featuring 5 brand new taxis, a selection of new achievements, and Kiip support!

Click here to download it now.

PermalinkPosted at 10:20 AM on 10th October 2012 under Cabby

Air Cadets update out now on the App Store

— by G
25th September 2012

We are pleased to announce that Air Cadets has passed, and is now available to download on the App Store. Why not click here to download it right now? After all, it is free!

You might also have noticed that we’ve updated the main Air Cadets page with all the latest info and screenshots for the new version. The update includes the following new trailer…

PermalinkPosted at 9:42 AM on 25th September 2012 under Air Cadets

Air Cadets update submitted to Apple

— by G
14th September 2012

The update for Air Cadets has today been submitted to Apple for review. To mark the occasion, we thought we’d post yet more screenshots!


PermalinkPosted at 12:57 PM on 14th September 2012 under Air Cadets

More screenshots of our Air Cadets update

— by G
10th September 2012

Here are a few more screenshots of our Air Cadets update, which we think show just how far it’s come in the last 3-4 weeks! We will hopefully be submitting to Apple very soon!


PermalinkPosted at 12:05 PM on 10th September 2012 under Air Cadets

First look at Air Cadets update!

— by G
1st August 2012

Having updated Prisoner 84, and more recently Cabby, we’ve decided to finally revisit the first ever game we made for iPhone: Air Cadets.

Anyone who’s fired up Air Cadets on current devices will probably have noticed a few issues, most notably the frame rate. So we’ve decided an update is in order, and as usual we’ve got a long list of improvements we will try to implement. But nothing is set in stone just yet, all we can tell you is that it will remain free-to-play!

The following is a screen shot of our current build which offers a brief glimpse at some of the visual improvements we’ve already implemented.

Air Cadets update teaser

PermalinkPosted at 11:35 AM on 1st August 2012 under Air Cadets