Disparity Games is proud to announce the official release of its premier title, “Run Fatty Run” on the iOS platform.
The talented Mark Serrels has written a feature on us on Kotaku Australia. I highly recommend checking it out. He makes us sound waaaaay cooler than we really are.
Run Fatty Run is receiving the very last bits of spit and polish from the Disparity team and will be heading off to the App Store for submission within the next couple of days. Due to the variable nature of App Store review we can’t yet give an exact date but keep an eye out during the first week of July.
Position: Main Videogame Character
Age: Depressingly middle-aged
Hobbies: Watching sport, Snacking, Sitting down
Super Powers: None… for now.
Our latest introduction features a team member who hasn’t done a lot of code or art or sound but has been an essential part of the “Run Fatty Run” experience. Meet Bert, our lead videogame character.
Bert spends his days office-bound tending to bland yet stressful middle management. He is the proud father of exactly 2.3 children who love their hard-working Dad very much. Over the years Bert’s waistline has slowly but steadily expanded to the point where he experiences difficulty climbing stairs, going for long walks and putting on shoes. Bert is not lazy and far from being a glutton – he’s just never bothered with diets and gym memberships.
Fortunately for Bert, the government has just introduced a radical new plan aimed at providing extreme fitness motivation that produces results fast. Some of those results may even be positive.
Bert has certainly put in the hard yards during this game’s production and in March 2012 you’ll get to see exactly how hard some of those yards were.
For those of you wanting a glimpse inside the inner-workings of a professional Videogames Studio we present this demonstration of intra office communication.
No employees were harmed during the filming of this video. At least, not permanently.