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....
Beatshapers, responsible for developing and publishing a stable of PSN releases (Furmins, Jetpack Joyride, Canabalt), just announced its new PS4 game, Ready to Run. They're not taking a brake, not taking their foot off the gas, so buckle...Show More Summary
I love developer Halfbrick’s endless runner Jetpack Joyride as much as anyone, but it always felt like it was missing something. And I never realized what it was until very recently. And then it hit me: baleen. Baleen didn’t actually … Read more ›
Halfbrick Studios, the folks behind the wildly successful Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride, has taken an interesting risk with their newest title. They've gone from games with wide appeal and cute but infectious concepts to something that lets players grind down major metropolises into nothing but smoldering rubble and perhaps the rest of the
Halfbrick Studios will launch its next game, Colossatron: Massive World Threat, on December 19, the developer announced in a new trailer. The game was first announced in July at PAX Australia for iOS, though the Fruit Ninja and Jetpack...Show More Summary
Next game from Jetpack Joyride devs coming this month.
Halfbrick, the studio behind Jetpack Joyride and Fruit Ninja, has given a release date to their next major mobile title. Colossatron: Massive World Threat, announced at PAX Australia earlier this year, will hit iOS and Android on December 19, just in time to ring in the holidays with mass chaos and destruction.
Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride developer Halfbrick is launching its upcoming mobile game, Colossatron: Massive World Threat, on 19th December on iOS and Android. Inspired by "the craziest anime and cartoons of the 80s," ColossatronShow More Summary
Not too long ago, we had our first look at the first third-party Steam Machine to be revealed. Now, Piixl is showing off its Steam machine, the Jetpack. Rather than an actual set-top box, however, the Jetpack is a rectangular, flat unit that sits on the back of your television, saving precious space on your TV stand.
Jetpack Joyride (free), the popular endless runner from Halfbrick Studios has updated to version 1.6 with a number of new features. Strong Arm Machine or S.A.M. mode turns the protagonist, Barry Steakfries, into a giant robot. Using S.A.M. Show More Summary
Australian publisher Halfbrick (Jetpack Joyride, Fruit Ninja, Age of Zombies) announced Tuesday that its new free-to-play band simulator game Band Stars will release to the App Store on Thursday, December 5. The game, developed in collaboration with Australia-based Six Foot … Read more ›
It was back in July at PAX Australia that Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride developer Halfbrick unveiled their latest creation Colossatron: Massive World Threat, but we haven't heard a whole lot about the title since. This week Halfbrick has debuted a new teaser trailer for Colossatron, framed as a faux news report to go along
Halfbrick Studios, developer of the mobile hits Jetpack Joyride and Fruit Ninja, announced that its next release Colossatron: Massive World Threat will launch this year for iOS platforms. Announced earlier this year, Colossatron puts...Show More Summary
Play a lot of smartphone games, and it's easy to fall into a rut. This game's like Angry Birds, that game's like Jetpack Joyride, these games are like a combination of the two. Sometimes it can feel like there's nothing new under your thumbs. Then you'll play something like Device 6, and remember just how cool touchscreen gaming can be. Read more...
After larking about on iOS, the Furmins are coming to Vita. The physics-based puzzler is coming to PlayStation Network this October, brought over by Beatshapers. That's the developer behind PlayStation ports of Jetpack Joyride and Canabalt.