* This super addictive arcade game went to #1 on the App Store all around the world.
* Endless freeways, railroads and rivers to hop over.
* Collect custom made characters including bunnies, cats, monsters and unicorns.
* Free to play. Light on your wallet.
Crossy Road by Hipster Whale was developed by Matt Hall, Andy Sum and Ben Weatherall.
Every now and then I receive email from players who are having trouble solving the 25 Piece Puzzle in Little Things Forever. This puzzle is unique in that the image on the pieces rotates! It can be quite a difficult puzzle to solve. I’ve put together a short YouTube video showing the best way to tackle the puzzle.
Discoverie is a beautiful dangerous voxel roguelike developed in just 7 days as a part of the #7DFPS Game Jam 2013. It was developed in collaboration with Melbourne artist and musican Ben Weatherall.
Explore an infinite procedurally generated dungeon inhabited by dangerous creatures. Experiment with the enemies and environment to uncover hidden keys. Inspired by a wide variety of sources including the non-linear first person shooters of Looking Glass, Jon Blow’s thoughts on “The Joy Of Discovery”, the peaceful lands of Proteus and the dangerous unpredictable world of Spelunky.
“If you have a play of any one of the games listed here, ensure that it is this one.” – Rock Paper Shotgun
“Meandering through the tight corridors and finding a new larger room that then opens up your mini-map further is pretty satisfying.” – IndieStatik.com
“It’s so many of my favourite things in one place I sort of had to include it.” – Eurogamer
Ben Weatherall and Matthew Hall are teaming up to produce a game for this year’s 7DFPS. Running from August 10-17, the aim with the 7DFPS game jam is to produce a first person shooter in just 7 days.
Discoverie is an infinite dungeon crawler inspired by titles such as The Binding of Isaac, Spelunky, Terraria, Minecraft and FEZ. Enter a randomly generated world, discover its secrets and survive as long as you can.
Daily updates to the game will be posted on 7DFPS.COM.
Deck War is coming to PAX! Both Matthew Hall and Ben Weatherall will be attending the first ever PAX Australia in Melbourne from July 19th to July 21st. Deck War will be playable at the Indie Pavilion along with many other Australian developed games.
We’ll be giving away Deck War badges and beta invitations on the show floor. Pick up your invite and sign up online to receive two special cards available when the game launches.
CRESWICK, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA – December 15th 2012 – KlickTock is delighted to announce the long awaited arrival of their Metacritic 90% rated game Little Things Forever for Android. The genre-breaking seek and find game is the sequel to the original Little Things, an iPad App of the Week.
“Launching Little Things Forever for free on Android will hopefully allow us to find a wide audience around the world.” said Matthew Hall, Founder of KlickTock. “Little Things Forever at launch supports 13 languages including Chinese, Korean and Japanese.”
Little Things Forever contains 10 new colorful mosaics to pore over and an atmospheric soundtrack produced by Vel9 Studios.
“Android support has been requested ever since the release of the original. Switching the game engine to Unity3D made supporting Android possible and I’ve been long looking forward to the release.”
Apologies for making everyone wait SO long, but the first major update for Little Things Forever FINALLY made it to the App Store today! 25 more puzzle pieces to collect and one new puzzle to unlock. This will be the first of many, and I’ll do my best to ensure updates are more frequent in the future.
Head over to the App Store on your iPhone or iPad and update to receive the new puzzle for FREE!
For those of you out there gaming with a mouse, I’m happy to announce that Little Things Forever is now available on PC and Mac!
The game is currently available exclusively from Big Fish Games. Thanks to the folks over at Big Fish for hosting our game and hopefully everyone finds it just as fun on PC as they do on touch devices.
Earlier in the week my family and I played host to Paul Marshall from Weekend Sunrise and the interview aired this morning. For those who don’t know, I live and work from the family sheep farm located in rural Australia. It was great to get to show off our little part of the world; Holly especially enjoyed watching herself on TV. I hope that you all enjoy watching too! Thanks to Channel 7 for the visit, you’re all welcome back at any time!
I can barely believe it’s already been a week since the launch of Little Things Forever. It’s been a hive of activity with both ups and downs. I was very disappointed to find the game crashing on iPod touch 4th Generations, but managed to expedite an update. Since then people all around the world have been leaving great reviews for Little Things Forever!
We also did a limited sale for the original Little Things, dropping the price to FREE for the first time. We got a great reception and saw thousands of downloads and Little Things returned to the charts across the world. Hopefully all these new players will also enjoy Little Things Forever.
There has also been a lot of press coverage and great reviews of Little Things!
First review was from Gamezebo who gave Little Things Forever a 5/5! Thanks to Eli for the write up.
AppSpy was also a 5/5! They’re a video review site (if you haven’t already visited them), so be sure to stop by their site to watch the review.