We’re working hard here at BlackMoon, and I would like to give you a hint of what you might expect in a few coming months.
First of all – we’re working on sequels to two of our very popular and successful titles. There are new levels and update coming for DoodleBlast (and we plan to publish the game for iPad as well – under the name Scribbles) and Battle of Britain is coming to iPad and BlackBerry Playbook. We’re also doing some work about sequel to BofB called Battle of Britain: Fighter Command (more advanced and with totally new strategic/RPG aspect).
Furia is going to be a physics based platform/hack&slash game. We have some really nice concepts how to show sword fights in the platform game.
You can check some more mockups from the Furia at dribbble.
Ferocious Tournaments is a co-operation we’re doing with the awesome UK based studio called CodeHeads. It’s going to be huge tactical game, with a lot of economic features. The player goal would be to train a team of gladiators in the post-apocalyptic world and fight against other teams (yup – it’s going to be mulitplayer). There’ll be some story added to the game as well. All that would be served with very classy, vintage pixel-art feel. The game is being created with HTML5, so it’s going to target all the platforms out there.
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You can also check more mockups from the Ferocious Tournaments at dribbble.
Iron Grip is another co-operation project we’re involved with. Steve Fulton has come up with some awesome puzzle-like space fights game idea – I loved it the minute I saw it. BlackMoon is creating some slick pixels to make the game look beautiful. It’s going to be mobile cross-platform game.
Banana Frenzy is a humorous variation about the good-old Dyna Blaster game. The player controls a monkey who eat bananas to produce… well lets call it “bombs”. We’re doing this game together with Michał Budzyński (so yup – it’s going to be HTML5).
All that is on the top of few totally awesome project we’re doing commercially for our clients (I cannot really tell much about them, but those are pretty stunning).
Stay tuned for more info about all those grand games!