Posts Tagged ‘ipod touch’

Pop now a universal app for iPhone & iPad

Monday, November 28th, 2011

As you know, we’ve recently issued each of the Pop modes as individual games for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

We’ve now issued an upgrade for Pop, making our original game (complete with all of the individual modes) fully iPad compatible. We think the game looks great on the iPad as you can see from the picture above.

Click here for more photos of Pop on the iPad or go straight to the App Store.

5 Inch Floppy visits the office

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

It’s still really busy at Nnooo HQ, what with the launch of escapeVektor: Chapter 1, competitions to win a copy of the game (check out our Facebook and Twitter pages), the release of our new versions of Pop for iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch (including FREE giveaways on Twitter), setting up our Movember team to raise money for charity AND a visit from video games show 5 Inch Floppy who interviewed Nic and had a look round the office.

Nic and Bruce are also off to the annual Australian games shindig in Melbourne next week, otherwise known as GCAP (Game Connect Asia Pacific). They’ll be meeting up with some old game dev mates, having some serious industry pow-wows, listening to a load of interesting & inspiring talks and meeting a whole heap of new friends. They’ll take a few pics too. (more…)

Pocketgamer award Pop a Silver Award

Tuesday, February 10th, 2009

Mobile games site Pocketgamer today reviewed Pop and gave it not only an 8/10 but a coveted Silver Award as well!

They had this to say:

“Once you Pop, you won’t want to stop. Just like a cold glass of bubbly, this puzzler is efferevescent and goes down easily. It’s so good that you’ll over-indulge.

Its delicate balance between accessibility and sophistication yields a mature design ideal for portable play. As with the bubbly, you don’t have to be a connoisseur to enjoy this well-made game.”


Click here for the full review.

Pop the cork and enjoy some bubbly fun!

Tuesday, January 6th, 2009

Helping to bring in the New Year with a bit of bubbly Nnooo are releasing an updated version of Pop on the iPhone/iPod Touch as well as a brand new 99¢ app – Pop Chill.


This new patch has a substantial amount of content for a free update. The new Bonus mode allows users to play three, five or ten levels of each of the three bonus rounds with each level being harder than the last.


The new Bonus round Defend tasks the player with preventing any bubbles from getting to the other side of the screen, while the original Detonate requires the player to set of a chain reaction and Machine Gun is a bubble Pop-ping frenzy.

“We believe in continually updating our games so the user can get more content for their original outlay. Once they buy the game we will continually add new modes and features to make the game a worthwhile investment,” said Nic Watt creative director at Nnooo.


Santa delivers Pop Lite for iPhone and iPod touch this Christmas

Tuesday, December 23rd, 2008


After the successful release of Pop on the iPhone and iPod Touch, Nnnoo are announcing the launch of Pop Lite – a free version for download on the iTunes store.

Pop Lite contains two modes ‘Training’ to learn the basics and a brand new mode ‘Pop Lite’ in which users have 90 seconds to score as many points as they can before the timer runs out. 


Pop Lite coming soon

Wednesday, December 17th, 2008

Just a short note to say we are hard at work on a lite version of Pop which we will be free and we hope on the App Store before Christmas!

Pop released on the iPhone and iPod Touch

Thursday, December 11th, 2008

We are pleased to announce the launch of Pop on the iTunes App Store today. You can download it here:

We hope you all enjoy the game and would welcome reviews on the App Store and comments in our community forums.



Pop for iPhone in beta

Monday, December 8th, 2008

We are glad to announce that Pop for the iPhone and iPod touch has now reached beta stage. We have selected forum members and journalists from some of the best iPhone, Apple and gaming blogs, sites and forums to participate. Feedback so far has been really favourable and we look forward to announcing a release date and submission in the near future!