January 19th, 2017
We’re delighted to announce that Blast ‘Em Bunnies is runner-up in Digitally Downloaded’s Australian/New Zealand Game of the Year! If you check out which game won we think you’ll agree that second place is as good as we could get!
Digitally Downloaded said Blast ‘Em Bunnies was “a solid nostalgic throw back to old light games, with rich, colourful environments and a strong sense of humour; this game is pure, simple, fun.”
We’d like to thank the team at Digitally Downloaded and congratulate all the other winners.
Blast ‘Em Bunnies is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita. You can find our more about Blast ‘Em Bunnies here.
December 23rd, 2016
After their successful appearance on the PlayStation booth at this year’s PAX Australia, our PlayStation First developers were asked to write about their experience on the PlayStation blog.
Click here to find out what they though of being on the booth and what it meant to them.
November 18th, 2016
We were delighted to showcase our PlayStation First games on the PlayStation booth again at this year’s PAX Australia.
There were 2 playable demos each for Rumble Academy and Retro Vision and plenty of interest in the games from people visiting the booth. We also got sent these awesome t-shirts from the PlayStation First team in the UK.
Check out our Facebook album for more pics of PAX Australia.
September 29th, 2016
Check out all these awesome review scores for The Legend of Kusakari!
Click here for the game’s official page where you can click on any review to read it in full.
A massive thanks to everyone who has downloaded the game. If you have downloaded it please don’t forget to rate it on the eShop.
September 27th, 2016
Whoa, how time flies! We moved from London to Sydney in July 2006 and 10 years ago Nic set up Nnooo.
We’re very busy at the moment but we stopped to mark the occasion with cupcakes and non-alcoholic beverages.
Thanks for helping us get this far, and here’s to the next 10 years!
September 8th, 2016
The Legend of Kusakari is out now on Nintendo 3DS in The Americas, Europe, UK, Australia and New Zealand for US$4.99 / €4.99 / £3.99 / AU$6.99 / NZ$7.99.
But did you know about our Special Bonus Offer?
Buy The Legend of Kusakari at full price and get 50% off these games on Nintendo platforms: Blast ‘Em Bunnies (3DS), escapeVektor (3DS) and Cubemen 2 (Wii U).*
Plus, as an added bonus, all Blast ‘Em Bunnies DLC on Nintendo 3DS is currently 50% off!
But hurry, this Special Bonus Offer is only available until 22 September 2016!
*To access the Cubemen 2 discount your Wii U and Nintendo 3DS must be linked with the same Nintendo Network ID.
August 29th, 2016
The initial reviews for The Legend of Kusakari are in and they are overwhelmingly positive! Check these out:
Nintendo Life – 80%
“addictive gameplay, along with great humour and charming character”
Vooks – 80%
Nintendo Hall – 80% (review in Italian)
Family Friendly Gaming – 80%
“I love being able to avoid violence in The Legend of Kusakari. I wish more video game companies considered that gameplay mechanic.”
The Inner Circle Games Network – 79%
“a solid foundation for arcade-y fun.”
August 23rd, 2016
We’re really excited to be publishing The Legend of Kusakari, our first game from a Japanese developer, on Nintendo 3DS. The game is released in western markets this week.
There’s always a lot of interest in the west about the Japanese development scene so we thought we’d find out more about Librage and their quirky game.
Read on to find out more, including what Nintendo of Japan thought about The Legend of Kusakari.
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August 23rd, 2016
Thanks to everyone who entered The Legend of Kusakari competition.
The correct answer to our question about the number of levels in the game was 60.
If you didn’t win you will be able to download The Legend of Kusakari on Nintendo 3DS from 25th August.
Congratulations to our 5 winners who have already been contacted via email. They will each receive a download code for the game once it has been released. The winners are: Read the rest of this entry »
August 22nd, 2016
We love listening to the Game Hugs podcasts from Guy “Yug” Blomberg.
His casual interview style always gets the best out of the people he interviews from the video game industry.
His recent interview with Nic is the most comprehensive interview yet on Nic’s career in video games.
Click here to be taken to the podcast