Halfbrick, the studio behind mobile megahits like Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride, has partnered up with Krome, another Australian Studio, to bring some of its old games back… Continue reading
Halfbrick, known for their previous games like Jetpack Joyride, recently launched an old school beat-em-up platformer called Dan the Man in a location limited capacity. Today they have finally pushed the game into a global launch and is now available for download in most regions of the world.
Halfbrick has begun closed beta testing their new game onto Android called Star Skater which, as the title of the game hints at, is themed around skateboarding. Since it is themed around this sport, this also means you will be able to bust out plenty of tricks as well.
We briefly touched on Back to the Future franchise’s upcoming birthday the other day in our post about Telltale Games’ impromptu Q&A session on Twitter. Unfortunately none of the Back to the Future stuff talked about was heading to mobile. The good news is that there is actually some Back to the Future goodness coming to mobile to celebrate its anniversary, but in the form of a new themed event in Jetpack Joyride.
Halfbrick’s fruit murdering game Fruit Ninja has been out for five years. It is actually hard to imagine this game having been out for five years but it has since today is the game’s 5th birthday. To celebrate, Halfbrick has released the game’s biggest update ever. In truth, it is a double milestone event as the game has also crossed a billion downloads.
Tomorrow is turning out to be a pretty big day of game releases already for Android gamers to check out. Another game we can expect to arrive tomorrow is a new title from Halfbrick called Radical Rappelling. This particular game goes back to Halfbrick’s roots in a lot of ways, where it is all about getting a high score, similar to Jetpack Joyride.
Halfbrick has been doing a decent amount of updating to their games the past few months and today Monster Dash is the latest game to get an update. In this case it is Ghostbusters themed content that has come to the game but there also happens to be plenty of changes to the game as well with this update.
Were you on the lookout for a relatively cheap game that delivers twin-stick shooting action, zombies, and multiple weapons of destruction, all wrapped up in a package trimmed with silliness and some attitude? Then have I got a game for you.
Age of Zombies by Halfbrick has been getting consistent updates over the past month in what the company has been calling Zombie Month. Today the biggest update for the game during this Zombie Month has arrived and it is basically a whole new DLC which is called Season 2.
Just two weeks after having released a massive update to the venerable mobile hit, Fruit Ninja, Halfbrick Studios is at it again with yet another surprise up its sleeve: a Ghostbusters crossover! Right on time for Halloween and the Ghostbusters 30th anniversary celebration, Halfbrick has launched a themed update that adds all new weapons, animations and locations based on the beloved cinematic franchise.