This arcade game feels like a silly mash up of Lunar Lander and Jetpack Joyride, which is mostly a good thing. The post Flop Rocket Review appeared first on 148Apps.
Over on the Washington Post, grade six student Madeline Messer asks a good question: If so many women and girls are playing endless running games (like Jetpack Joyride and Temple Run), why are female character options so scarce? And when they are present, why does it usually cost money to unlock them? These biases affect young girls like me. Show More Summary
Ten games including Jetpack Joyride and Fruit Ninja available gratis. Mobile developer Halfbrick Studios has made its entire catalogue of iOS games free to download to celebrate the holiday season. Click here to read the full articl...
Plus DriveClub pre-orders open, Jetpack Joyride hits Vita. A relatively small list of games in this week's US PlayStation Store update hopes you'll take a moment away from alien-blasting, loot hoarding action to notice their digital arrival.Click here to read the full article
You can't throw a rock without hitting an endless runner nowadays. Endless gameplay works well on mobile. But once a genre gets crowded, new games need something to set them apart from the Temple Runs and Jetpack Joyrides that have come before them. Show More Summary
From 9to5Toys.com: Last week we noted that many of Halfbrick’s top iPhone and iPad games were being made available as free downloads. Since that time, it has become official that all nine of Halfbrick’s award-winning games are free for a limited time. The secret is out! Every Halfbrick game is FREE on the @AppStore for […]
Halfbrick Studios, the developer behind games like Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride, have made all of their games free for a limited time. All nine titles published by Halfbrick since 2010 are part of the promotion, including their latest title, Birzzle Fever. Show More Summary
Halfbrick Studios, the folks behind massively popular endless-runner Jetpack Joyride have decided that the best way to get you to play their games is to give them away for a grand total of nothing. The Brisbane-based game development studio was … Read more ›
Halfbrick makes some pretty great games. Games like Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride. In fact, I’m betting there’s a pretty good chance you’ve already played many (if not all) of their games. But if you haven’t, now is the best possible time to fix that. Show More Summary
Halfbrick has been around basically since the beginning of the revolution of the mobile market. With Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride, it cemented its status as a respected developer, and even dabbled in the console arena a few timesShow More Summary
Halfbrick, developer of Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride, enters the worldwide mobile publishing arena with Birzzle Fever. All you really need to know about the game is it's a colorful chibi bird matching explosion simulator. The free to play game...
Say what you will about mobile games in general, but a whole heap of developers are doing the platform right. One of the good guys is Halfbrick, who has contiuously updated Jetpack Joyride for nearly three years now with free content,...Show More Summary
If there’s one genre that there is no shortage of on mobile it’s endless runners. While they enjoyed a good run with releases like Jetpack Joyride and Temple Run both of which go back to the early days of touchscreen gaming, the genre was recently pushed back into the foreground with the rise and fall of Flappy Bird. Show More Summary
Does a bear destroy art in the woods? It does if it's the star in Jetpack Joyride and Fruit Ninja developer Halfbrick's free-to-play mobile puzzle game, Bears vs. Art. The game, currently available for iOS in Canada and Australia, tells the - ahem -...
Halfbrick—the creator of Jetpack Joyride—has announced Bears vs. Art for iOS. In it, Rory the bear gets annoyed when art galleries suddenly pop up all over the forest. Players help Rory clear out all the art in a set of 125 levels as they smash and destroy everything as quickly as they can.
New iOS puzzle game tasks players with rolling around and smashing fine art. Jetpack Joyride and Fruit Ninja developer Halfbrick has released a new puzzle game called Bears vs. Art. Click here to read the full article
What do bears have against art? That's the question developer Halfbrick asks for its latest, Bears vs Art. This is the studio's first puzzle game, after having made action games like Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride.
Jetpack Joyride and Fruit Ninja developer Halfbrick has revealed its next game as the wonderfully titled puzzler Bears vs Art. Already available as a free download on Australia and Canada's App Stores, the game will make its way to the rest of the world shortly, though Halfbrick has yet to announce exactly when this will be. Show More Summary
The upcoming Angry Birds soft launch isn’t the only reason Canadians and Australians can consider themselves lucky today. Halfbrick, the developer of Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride, has just soft launched their next game in those two territories. It’s called Bears Vs. Art, and you can watch the trailer below. The game is about a [...]
Twitch.tv is ready to give your Jetpack Joyride skills the audience they deserve. The outfit has just released a mobile software toolset that will let devs enable live broadcasting, capturing and archiving of your in-game exploits on Android and iOS....