Now open – Infinite State Games Apparel!
Yeah! Now you can buy some mad decent ISG branded threads online!
Got anything on this Saturday? We’re going to be showing Don’t Die, Mr. Robot for PSVita down at Insane Games in Bridgwater!
Pop in and have a go on our PSVita game on a big telly! There’ll be a good old fashioned high score competition going on too, the top five scores will win a free copy of the game!
We’ll be flitting in between the games shop and the excellent TimeWarp Arcade next door, so come on down and have some score chasing fun with us! The fun starts at 11am 🙂
Check out Insane Games on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/InsaneBW
See you there!
Here’s some fresh screenshots of Don’t Die, Mr. Robot!
Submitting in a matter of days now. Excited. Tired. Still can’t stop playing our own game though, so that’s a good sign.
If you like manic arcade games with no plot but lots of fruit, multipliers and stuff we’re pretty sure you’re going to enjoy our game.
We wrote an article for GameDevTutsPlus. It’s all about what we learned making Avoid Droid.
Please give it a read!
It’s been a great week for Avoid Droid press!
The majestic and proud PocketGamer leading the trend as always with an awesome announcement of our iOS intentions, followed up with echoes around the globe by some excellent international sites. We’re over the moon to get this sort of coverage! Here’s a round-up of it all…
Huge thanks to all the websites who’ve given us coverage so far. We’re very grateful and humbled. Now, we’ve got two weeks left before we submit the PSVita version so we better get on with that. We’ll give you more news on that and the iOS version very soon. In the mean time, keep on truckin’!
PocketGamer came round to the Infinite State Games design laboratories the other day to hang out and play some Avoid Droid!
Here’s what they thought:
The game is a throwback to that simpler and brighter era, but to call it “old school” would do it a disservice – this is a thoroughly modern creation, albeit one with a streak of retro rebellion coursing through its fruity veins.
They also asked us some questions about how we go about making games in our own home-grown way here on PocketGamer.biz
Here’s some gameplay videos we took today of Mr. Fruits! The sound is a bit out of sync in the video, but it’s cool, it doesn’t sound like that in real life.
Oh! Don’t forget to set your youtubes to HD or you’ll not feel the benefit of the freshly cut out, high definition photos of silly plasticine characters.
So work has begun at ISG towers on ‘Mr Fruits’ – the reboot of our 2012 iOS game Frutorious.
Here’s some of the first screenshots of Mr. Fruits running on an iPhone 5…
Mr Fruits will be different from Frutorious in a number of ways:
1. It won’t have a name that’s tricky to spell or remember.
2. It’ll be completely HD!
3. We’re taking out all the confusing IAP and power-up stuff.
4. Frutorious Pro will now be called Mr. Droid (or possibly Space Fruit 2000 – as yet undecided.) and will feature the characters from Avoid Droid.
It’ll have all your favourite levels, only each one tweaked and polished to perfection. We’re also re-balancing the difficulty to make sure that the first 20 or so levels ease you in to the fun more slowly.
There’ll be a couple of minor changes to make the after touch controls a little more responsive, but it’ll be awesome! Tell your pals! Mr Fruits LIVES!
p.s. Graham is BACK on the LEVELS!