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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.
The initial reviews are in for Blast ‘Em Bunnies. Here are some of our favourites across all platforms:
“what I love most about Blast ‘Em Bunnies is just how refined and precise the whole experience is.”
“a classic take on the wave-survival shooter genre steeped in charm and crafted for gamers with something to prove. Pick it up if you’re after a fresh challenge.”
“Ultimately, I find Blast ‘Em Bunnies to be an incredibly fun, clever and addictive game.”
We are excited to announce 4 new titles which we will be publishing on multiple consoles.
These are Majestic Nights by Sydney developer Epiphany Games, Rogue Singularity by Melbourne’s Considerable Content, Anodyne by Analgesic Productions in the US and The Legend of Kusakari by Librage in Japan.
Majestic Nights, Rogue Singularity and Anodyne will all be published by Nnooo on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One while The Legend of Kusakari will be published by Nnooo on Nintendo 3DS (already released on Nintendo 3DS in Japan).
Click here to go to our updated Nnooo page to discover all of our games or read more details in our press release below.
We’re thrilled to finally announce Blast ‘Em Bunnies is released on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One and Nintendo 3DS between 8th to 11th March.
The base game will cost US$/€ 4.99 and add-on content, including additional skins and arenas, will be available from launch.
Our full press release is below.
Blast ‘Em Bunnies will be released in China on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
A demo of the game will be playable at this week’s China Joy Expo in Shanghai on the PlayStation booth.
We expect the game to be released in China around the same time as every other geography, either late 2015 or early 2016.
Click on the link to see our official press release.
We’re showcasing three games at this year’s PAX East in Boston! If you’re coming to PAX East make sure you visit booth 118 to play the games and say hi to Nic and Bruce.
See our official press release below for all the details. (more…)
Nnooo is pleased to announce developer approval from Sony Computer Entertainment Europe for the PlayStation®4 (PS4™).
The PS4 will be the second PlayStation platform Nnooo has developed for, having recently released its critically acclaimed escapeVektor™ on the PlayStation®Vita (PS Vita).
“It’s exciting to be developing for a new generation of consoles,” said Nic Watt, Creative Director at Nnooo. “We’re delighted to get early access to PS4 development kits so we can get our games on the console as quickly as possible.”
Nnooo is currently developing a new game which is expected to be released across multiple platforms, including the PS4 and PS Vita.
“We’re still at an early stage of development of our new game,” said Watt. “We don’t want to announce anything until we are more advanced with the project. Hopefully we’ll be able to say something about it around the middle of the year.”
As a result of the PS4 approval the company will be looking to hire additional experienced staff to help with programming and art/animation. Details of the Sydney-based roles will be announced next week.
Nnooo is a game development studio based in Sydney, Australia.
escapeVektor screenshots are available for PS Vita here.
escapeVektor was developed with the assistance of Screen NSW.