We’ve made plenty of progress on our latest Retro title called Mega Blaster. At this stage we’re hoping to have it released for Windows Phone, iPhone, iPad and Android devices by the end of October.
Well we’ve finished our iOS version of Brick Buster and submitted it for Apple to approve. Once approved it will be available for both iPAD and iPhones.
Launched on the 12th July Brick Buster is now available for Android (via Google Play), Amazon Fire (via the Amazon App Store) and Windows Phone (via Microsoft Store) and soon it will also be available for iPhone’s and iPad’s.
Here’s one from our vault. This version of Lunar Lander for Windows was written way back in 2009 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Moon Landing. We’ve just added it to our site again for free download. Click here
Tonight we submitted Planetoids for Android to both the Google Play Store and the Amazon App Store. So all going well both stores will approved in the next few days.
So just a quick update. Both Google Play and Amazon App Stores approved Planetoids and it is now available for free download on Android.
Today we’ve submitted our mega popular Sky Invaders to Amazon for approval in their App store and with a bit of luck it will be available FIRE OS users to enjoy very soon.
Just a quick update that Sky Invaders is now fully available on the Amazon App Store and ready for Fire OS users to download for free to play. Enjoy.
We are pleased to announce that this afternoon our new and exciting upgraded version of Sky Invaders is now available for free download from the Windows Phone store.
This major update and includes some minor improvements to the joystick controls along with two great new features. These being three awesome bonus challenge stages with new Alien Invaders patterns and an online high score table so you can see how good you are.
Android and Apple iOS versions coming very soon.
Well it’s been a few months now since our last update on the progress of Sky Invaders Version 2.0 that I thought it’s time to explain what we’ve been up to.
Sky Invaders has reached over 25,000 downloads across Windows Phone, iPhone and Android platforms since it’s initial release way back in October 2012. In that time we’ve made a number of updates on the various platforms but that has put us into a odd situation. We now have three variations of Sky Invaders out there with the Windows Phone version being very different to the iOS and Android.
So to fix this we’ve been hard at work redesigning and producing Sky Invaders version 2.0, new features, challenge stages and sound effects but most importantly we have made sure that all three version will have the same game play.
Windows Phone is now in beta and should be ready for release in April, with work already on the way for both iOS and Android which we hope to release in May and June.