I've been playing Jetpack Joyride for what seems like a long time, but the other day I encountered something so strange and different that it set my mind spinning. It was just a glitch, but it was something that I'd never seen before, and my Googling revealed no forum threads or other users mentioning the phenomenon.
The next game from Halfbrick, makers of Jetpack Joyride and Fruit Ninja, looks pretty fun! Trailer right here.
If Mojang and Markus "Notch" Persson, the creator of Minecraft, end up down at a courthouse in east Texas, they'll probably see some familiar faces. Hell, it might be enough for a quorum of the Game Developers Conference.
Ridiculously fun mobile game Jetpack Joyride is now available for free on Facebook, which means you probably won't do much work today. Check it out, if you haven't already. It's a simple idea, executed brilliantly.
The studio that made mobile smash Fruit Ninja's letting you have their latest blockbuster title for free today. Halfbrick's slashed the price of Jetpack Joyride from 0.99 to 0.00 today on Apple's App Store. The freewheeling sidescroller's also added new unlockable items with its 1.2.5 update, including a Deck The…
No offense to Halfbrick, but I already developed the Puss in Boots mobile game. My cat wanders into the office, stares at me with big, sad eyes, and then gets a cat treat or five. "You have acquired mah servicesssss," I say, to
my little honey bunny baby bear the cat, mimicking Antonio Banderas' voice from Shrek 2.…
Our good friends from Halfbrick have showered us with free Xbox Live codes for Fruit Ninja Kinect, both for the full title and for all of its downloadable content—the Storm, Art and Space packages of blades, shadows and new achievements.
I finally hooked up the Kinect camera to my Xbox 360 in the new home this weekend. It wasn't to play Child of Eden, which I've heard is great. It wasn't to play a bit more Dance Central, which I know is great. It was to cut fruit.
Why eight? Because it's more than two? I don't really know, but fruit-slicing iPhone title, Fruit Ninja is coming to the iPad with support for up to eight-finger swiping!
Australian developer Halfbrick attempts to stand out in the undead crowd with Age of Zombies, a time-travelling zombie-killing adventure, coming February 25th to PSP and PlayStation 3 minis.