Hipster Whale have been pretty busy these days, with the recent release of Crossy Roads Disney and now the release of an update to their original Crossy Road title. This update brings with it a few optimizations and bug fixes, along with one major feature getting added to the game, which is multiplayer.
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Crossy Road – or as I like to call it, Totally Not Frogger – hit the Play Store in 2014, amassing a player-base of more than 100 million people worldwide. Crossy Road developers Hipster Whale have now teamed up with Disney to bring you, Disney Crossy Road, which has left its soft launch period and it now available globally.
Bandai Namco and Hipster Whale recently teamed up to release Pac-Man 256 onto Android. Well now that game has invaded Hipster Whale’s original popular game Crossy Road with the game’s new update that has just arrived. Along with the pac-Man 256 love, it also seems like Monument Valley has also received some of the update love as well.
It’s a rare event when the word Apple appears in a headline of ours. I mean we are an Android gaming website after all. However, during the Apple TV event currently going on, Hipster Whale previewed a new version of Crossy Road with a slightly new twist to it – multiplayer.
The recently released Hipster Whale / Bandai Namco game Pac-Man 256 has already broken the 5 million download mark which is impressive even still after such a short period of time. This number is for the game’s download on both Android and iOS, and it isn’t surprising either.
Bandai Namco has decided to connect with Hipster Whale, the folks behind the rather successful game Crossy Road, to have them put their own style into the development a new Pac-Man game. This new game will be called Pac-Man 256 and it won’t be your typical dot eating game. Hipster Whale has put a pretty unique twist into the game’s tried and true formula it has been using for35 years now. Oh, for those that are not aware, Pac-Man has turned 35 today.
Yesterday we reported on new screenshots showing the actual Pac-Man 256 game that Hipster Whale and Bandai Namco announced not too long ago. Today Hipster Whale has followed up with a video showing a first look of the actual gameplay in action for Pac-Man 256, and it looks like it will be fun.
Back in May of this year we reported on a new Pac-Man game coming from Bandai Namco which is actually in partnership with Crossy Road developers Hipster Whale called Pac-Man 256. Hipster Whale will be putting their own twist onto the Pac-Man genre, meaning this won’t be your typical dot eating game at all.