Run Fatty Run featured on the Samsung App Store

By Jason|October 10, 2012|Announcements|

“Run Fatty Run” has been featured by Samsung Australia in their local app store. For all of you with Samsung phones, you can find us in the “What’s Hot” section. You can find us on the Samsung web store here A big thanks to the always-friendly, ever-helpful Vanessa from Samsung who was a genuine pleasure to work with during the whole process.

Run Fatty Run available on iOS and Android

By Jason|July 25, 2012|Announcements|

After a long week of leaving Android phone users out in the cold, Disparity Games is pleased to redress the balance with the release of Run Fatty Run onto the Google Play store. Grab it for your Android on Google Play here On the Samsung store here Or for your iOS device on the App Store here

Run Fatty Run live on the App Store

By Jason|July 12, 2012|Announcements|

Disparity Games is proud to announce the official release of its premier title, “Run Fatty Run” on the iOS platform. Download “Run Fatty Run” from iTunes

Disparity Games featured on Kotaku Australia

By Jason|June 28, 2012|Meet the Team, Press|

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. http://www.kotaku.com.au/2012/06/the-family-that-built-a-video-game-together/

Run Fatty Run Release Date Anounced(ish)

By Jason|June 21, 2012|Announcements|

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.

Meet the Team – Bert

By Jason|January 27, 2012|Meet the Team, Run Fatty Run|

Name:  Bert 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

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