Its just closing in on one week since we launched Ninja Pizza Girl on Kickstarter and Greenlight. We’re just over 50 percent funded and closing in on 40 percent of the way to the top hundred on Greenlight. It’s been a crazy week. It started with Ben Kuchera very kindly arranging for Jason to write a guest article on Polygon, to coincide with the launch. Apparently it was the most
In a terrible day for the Aussie Games industry, the recent federal budget has cut the Screen Australia games fund. According to the information we have, Ninja Pizza Girl is going to be okay but the damage done to the local industry is immense. The Aussie games industry was just recovering from the body blows dealt to it by the GFC. Riding a wave of innovation and creativity, things were
Post Pax Press Here’s the round-up of all the great press Ninja Pizza Girl and Disparity Games received after PAX Aus. Thanks to all the journalists involved. From the biggest publication to the smallest, you were all super-friendly and great to work with. Penny Arcade Report: The Family that’s making a game and the 16-year-old artist who will never get “good enough” Ben Kuchera talks to us about Ninja Pizza
Ninja Pizza Girl at PAX Aus On the 19th July 2013, with much trepidation we unveiled Ninja Pizza Girl to the world at PAX Aus and it was… …AWESOME! We met so many incredible people at PAX whose positivity buoyed the entire family. Their feedback and advice will prove invaluable as we continue making Ninja Pizza Girl. Our T-shirt competitions were a hit. The ladies sizes in particular were hotly
Come play Ninja Pizza Girl at PAX aus After working very busily for many months we are very happy to offer this first peak at our up and coming new game. Feel free to pop on over to the new Ninja Pizza Girl section here to find some background info, screenshots and the teaser trailer. Keep in mind that these are early days yet and the finished product is guaranteed
There is a signed Penny Arcade poster on our wall. Our bosses brought it back for us from San Diego ComicCon in 2001 (most awesome work present ever). We had it framed and hung on the wall as fair warning to all visiting non-geeks. Our second daughter, Raven was 4 at the time. I’m pretty sure she was too young to remember getting it and as far as she knows
“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.