Tuesday, 13 December 2011


Some screen shots from our Tom Daley game.
Each dive literally lasts about 2 seconds. But in that time it's possible to use swiping gestures and great timing to perform as many as 80 different dives.

Sunday, 11 December 2011

Lunar Eclipse

Many pics taken with a pocket camera during the lunar eclipse here in Tokyo.

Lumix TZ20

Monday, 14 November 2011

An Award

Winner of the U.N. World Summit Award for Games/Entertainment

Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Visual Short Circuit

This optical illusion is specifically made to short circuit the facial recognition centres of the brain.

Tuesday, 6 September 2011


Customer Reviews:


by Brendan Lee

Entertaining little game. Smooth controls.

My new favorite iDevice game 

by Grist

I have purchased hundreds of games for my iPhone and iPad. This one is, by far, the most fun. Graphics are mindblowing, and the game play is ingenious. I tend to prefer games that require skill, and this one has a learning curve to become adept at the sumo contests. If the developers invest in marketing this game, it has the potential to become #1 on iTunes. In short, this is a breakthrough game in the sea of sameness that is the iTunes store. In case anyone is reading this review and thinking that I must be associated with the company that made the game, my enthusiasm comes purely from the joy I've experienced playing this game for the past two hours.

Industry Reviews:

"Infuriatingly difficult at times but nearly impossible to resist, SUMO is a wonderful app and fantastic value for money"
 ~ joe.ie

"You’ll be hooked before you know it."
~ irish times

"The physics of Sumo Pro are absolutely fascinating, and if you persevere with it, extremely addictive"  ~ thereviewprogramme.com

Winner of the U.N. World Summit Award for Games/Entertainment

Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Game Problems

While making a new swimming game there was a slight problem with the clothing textures.
The results were kind of funny.