Our new partnership with PlayStation First and AIE

October 27th, 2015

We’re really excited to officially announce our new partnership with PlayStation First and the Academy of Interactive Entertainment. We’ll be working with talented student teams at AIE’s Sydney Melbourne, Canberra and Adelaide campuses to help them bring their games to PlayStation consoles through the PlayStation First academic programme.

We’re already working with a number of student teams and we’re showcasing some of their games on the PlayStation stand at this weekend’s PAX Australia. If you’re heading to Melbourne for PAX be sure to drop by and check them out.

The full press release is below. Read the rest of this entry »

In a book, and an interview

October 22nd, 2015

Matt Sainsbury, who runs the game site Digitally Downloaded, has been pretty busy lately.

As well as running his own site he’s written a book on Game Art.

One of the interviewees for Matt’s book was Nic. Click on the images above to read his interview.

Matt’s book has art and interviews from 40 video games. The art is awesome and the interviews provide amazing insights into the minds of the games’ creators. You can buy a copy of Game Art here.

Matt also recently interviewed a number of Australian game developers about why Australian development has had its best year ever.

escapeVektor on US PS Vita is 50% off (limited time)

September 30th, 2015





If you own a US PS Vita you can now download escapeVektor for 50% off. If you are also a PS Plus member you get an additional 20% off!

This is for a limited time only so be sure to grab your copy now.

Click here to go to the escapeVektor page on the US PlayStation store

Click here to learn more about escapeVektor

Nic discusses escapeVektor on Twitch

September 18th, 2015

Watch live video from NnoooLtd on Twitch

Nic discusses the design decisions behind our award-winning game escapeVektor on our Twitch channel.

escapeVektor is still discounted, but hurry, you only have one week left to download it at the reduced price!

The game is currently 50% off on Nintendo 3DS in US/EU/AU/NZ and PS Vita in EU/AU/NZ, plus an extra 20% discount for PS Plus members in the sale countries.

escapeVektor sale!

September 11th, 2015


escapeVektor is on sale!

50% off on Nintendo 3DS (US/EU/AU/NZ) and PS Vita (EU/AU/NZ) plus an extra 20% off for PS Plus members!

Now is a great time to download our award-winning game.

Click here to learn more about escapeVektor

Check out our new Twitch channel

September 9th, 2015

Check out our new Twitch channel called NnoooLtd.

Nic will be streaming all kinds of games on it. There will be indie games (including our own), retro games, AAA games and anything else which takes our (or your) fancy.

There will be developer insights into our own games and game commentaries not only from a player’s but also a designer’s perspective.

This week Nic has been playing Mario Kart: Double Dash and Disney Infinity 3.0. Check out his Mario Kart: Double Dash stream by clicking on this link.

Cubemen 2 passes 12,000 player generated levels!

September 3rd, 2015


Amazing! Cubemen 2 players have now made over 12,000 in-game levels, with more than 2,300 created by Wii U players.

This one is called Castle (KOTH) by GreenFOX11.

You would have to play Cubemen 2 non-stop, 24 hours a day, for nearly 6 months to battle on every level in every mode.

Keep up the great work. We love to see what you’re creating.

Click here to see the latest and most popular levels

Video games as a career path

August 25th, 2015



More great advice for aspiring game developers from our own Nic Watt, Leigh Harris from Sydney based Flat Earth Games and Josh Caratelli from Double Mercury Entertainment in Melbourne.

Advice for aspiring game developers

August 18th, 2015



Some great advice for aspiring game developers from our own Nic Watt, Leigh Harris from Sydney based Flat Earth Games and Josh Caratelli from Double Mercury Entertainment in Melbourne.

Nintendo Fan club Radio interview

August 11th, 2015



We were interviewed on a Nintendo fan podcast when we were in Shanghai for China Joy.

The name of the podcast is loosely translated as Nintendo Fan Club Radio.

The interview is the one from 5/8/15. It’s in English and Mandarin!

Click here to listen to it