Is The Telegraph worth more than Derren Brown to app developers?

In May this year we released Magic Tate Ball, which clocked up over 100,000 downloads in a surprisingly short time for an art app. Backs were slapped and highs were fived; we were happy, our client Tate were happy, and Catherine Tate was happy, but completely uninvolved. Come October and we were still pootling along …

Magic Tate Ball is out!

Our latest app for Tate is finally out! For all the lowdown, skivvy, details and download links go here: MAGIC TATE BALL Making of, interviews, concept sketches and much more to come. Watch this space!

Welcome to the…

Back in the good ol days (2009) our mates and collaborators down at Mobile Pie decided to rate the usual spots they hit for lunch, and compiled them into a lovely graph. In 2010, they did it again. So enamoured were we with their Lunchometer that we bought them the web address as a present… …

Tate + National Galleries of Scotland + Thought Den = the rise of ‘playful learning’

Think of this post as a club sandwich. The juicy filling is our new game for Tate and National Galleries Scotland – we’re so damn pleased we can’t stop playing it and the gaming gauntlet has been thrown down! 27,000 highscore… But juicy filling alone doesn’t make a classic club sandwich. The bread-rock (yeah!) of …

Games Jam in Bristol

  So, we have just come back from a very exciting meeting about the first ever Bristol leg of the Extended Play Games Jam! Don’t know what it is? Read on, intrepid traveller… The Extended Play Games Jam is a ‘hack-a-thon’ where a team of random creative/programmy/interested people come together and try and smash together …