Showing posts with label The Game Atelier. Show all posts
Showing posts with label The Game Atelier. Show all posts

Friday, April 11, 2014

Looking for some iOS or Vita gaming on the cheap? Game Atelier has you covered!

News by Shaan J. 

Game Atelier's Kickstarter campaign for Flying Hamster II, the often-requested sequel to the ever-addicting Flying Hamster (check out our review of the original here) is off to a great start, and now, Game Atelier has sweetened the deal by offering up its catalogue of games for dirt cheap, and in some cases, absolutely free.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Flying Hamster II soars to Kickstarter on April 4

News by Chris I.

To quote from our Flying Hamster for Vita review: “The Game Atelier has a habit of making incredibly addictive little games that are essential for anyone who likes fun.” Colourful, charming and fun are adjectives that always seem to find their way into post concerning The Game Atelier's titles. Is it any surprise, really, that we’re excited to see the sequel to Flying Hamster land on Kickstarter on April 4, 2014?

Monday, September 23, 2013

Review: Tiny Death (iPhone)

Review by Chris I.

When you jump into one of Game Atelier’s games, you rest assured that you’ll find a gaming experience that’s delightful to the senses, with signature colourful visuals and upbeat tunes.

In its latest release, Tiny Death, the team have created an awesome leading character; a squashed down (and entirely too cute) version of the Grim Reaper. This beautiful 2D platforming title oozes the team’s unique style, and yet the adoption of a Free-to-Play purchase model puts a few unwanted skeletons in its closet along the way.

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Game Atelier's Tiny Death is alive on the iOS Marketplace

Game Atelier has charmed us with Flying Hamsters, SunFlowers, Space Pirates and ever a Zorbie, but now it’s ready to charm us with, err… death. In Tiny Death, Game Atelier squashes the Grim Reaper down to a cute and lovable size, and puts him up against 80 challenging levels in the hopes of becoming the big ole mean Grim Reaper himself.

The game features that charming vibe that all Game Atelier titles feature and it’s free to download and play right now on the iOS Marketplace for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.




Friday, June 28, 2013

Review: Zorbie (iPhone)

I’ve played some strange games in the 27 or so years that I’ve been playing video games, but Zorbie is one of the most extraordinarily strange titles I’ve ever come across.

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

The Game Atelier cuts Zorbie into Friday’s iOS Marketplace releases

At the start of this year, back when it was good and cold outside, we brought you the news that The Game Atelier would be publishing numerous independent titles to the iOS Marketplace this year. The two titles that it has already published so far this year, Sela the Space Pirate and Pili Pili Rush, have both been quality titles that we thought highly of here at Digitally Downloaded.

Friday, March 29, 2013

Review: Pili Pili Rush (iPhone)


Sometimes a developer just gets it. Said developer takes both the advantages and the disadvantages of the platform it’s developing for and creates a virtual gaming experience that suits it. Tim and Snoof’s Pili Pili Rush shows that it’s a developer that understands what it is that we as gamers want to play on our iPhones whist on the go; giving us an addictively charming little iOS platformer that’s sure to brighten your day, whether you play it for an hour or only a few minutes with each play.

Saturday, March 9, 2013

Exclusive: First look at Game Atelier’s upcoming iOS title, Pili Pili Rush

The publishing arm of the Game Atelier is back at it again. It was only a few weeks back when we gave the tough-as-nails iOS and Android shooter, Sela the Space Pirate, a rock-solid 4/5 Star review; it’s already back to give us an exclusive look at another indie title headed our way at the end of this very month.

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Review: Sela the Space Pirate (iPad)

Arrr! This game is tougher than pirate’s pegged leg matey.

Monday, February 18, 2013

Sela the Space Pirate is now available on iOS and Android


A few weeks ago we got the chance to sit down and have a chat with the French independent studio, Game Atelier. In our interview, we found out that the studio took on a publishing hand, because it wanted to give small independent developers’ games that it feels has real potential a fighting chance to see the light of the day for the world to enjoy.

Monday, February 11, 2013

Sela the Space Pirate raids the iOS Marketplace on February 15th

We recently got a chance to sit down and chat with the Game Atelier about the upcoming games that it has in store for us this year and it looks as if the first of these releases is already right upon us. Sela the SpacePirate lands on the iOS Marketplace for iPhone and iPad on February 15th, for only $2.99.

Friday, February 1, 2013

Interview: The Game Atelier: "The PlayStation Vita has been good to us"

Fabien Demeulenaere
The Game Atelier is one of those indie developers that punches well above its weight. Starting out with the PlayStation Minis and iOS environments, the company has since become a full-fledged PlayStation Vita developer with some gorgeous HD titles, like SunFlowers and Flying Hamster. It even publishes games now.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

An early look at The Game Ateliers’ two upcoming iOS titles for 2013

It was only a few months back when we reviewed Super TinyLeap. Published by The Game Atelier, who is well known for its vibrant titles Flying Hamster and SunFlowers, it showed that the team was taking up the publishing reigns to bring smaller indie developers’ titles to the gaming market for us to enjoy. They’re back at it once again with not one, but two iOS titles coming our way and here at Digitally Downloaded, you’re getting one of the first looks at these two exciting games that we will be playing sometimes this year.

Friday, January 11, 2013

Review: The Flying Hamster HD (Vita)

The Game Atelier has a habit of making incredibly addictive little games that are essential for anyone who likes fun.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Review: Super Tiny Leap (iPhone)


Another endless jumper emerges – is it worth giving a look? 

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

New The Game Atelier title leaps to iOS this Wednesday


When developer The Game Atelier drops a new game on the market, there’s a reason to pay attention. With titles like Flying Hamster and Sun Flowers under their belt, they've quickly become a developer that’s known for creating high quality software that’s simply bursting with charm.