Ninja Kiwi, the creator of the best-selling Bloons games, has been acquired for $142 Million by Swedish gaming giant MTG.
If a tree falls in a forest and nobody is there to hear it, does it make a sound? It's a philosophical imponderable of no small magnitude, which has kept the finest minds of the human race occupied for centuries. It at once asks questions about the participation of an observer and the very nature... Continue Reading →
It's Christmas. So for games sites with less dedicated editorial staff and a surfeit of lovely news, it means that it's time for round-ups, top tens and lists of the best [x] game(s) of 2012, where [x] is a genre, platform, or sub set of those based upon the site's own focus. IGN is leading... Continue Reading →
The studio formerly known as Digital Goldfish - and which is now known as Ninja Kiwi (Scotland) - has released the latest title in the monkey-based pop 'em up, Bloons series. Bloons TD 5 is a 'tower defence' game. Players must defend themselves against wave after wave of maurauding, every-so-angry balloons, which are determined to... Continue Reading →
New Zealand developer/publisher Ninja Kiwi, the company behind the hugely popular Bloons franchise, has acquired Dundee's Digital Goldfish. Digital Goldfish has worked with Ninja Kiwi for the last several years, creating the mobile versions of Bloons and Bloons Tower Defense, as well as their own original intellectual property. The acquisition, for an undisclosed sum, was... Continue Reading →
Digital Goldfish, the studio behind the hugely popular iOS versions of the Bloons series of games are celebrating a phenomenal start to 2012 with news that the latest game in the series - Bloons 2 - is riding high in the iPhone App Store charts and has had a very successful Christmas indeed on the Nintendo... Continue Reading →
Digital Goldfish has released the latest title in the popular Bloons series - Bloons TD 4 (the TD stands for 'Tower Defence'). If you're not familiar with Bloons, it's a whole family of games in which a charismatic monkey hurls darts at balloons, with the goal of bursting them all. The Tower Defence games build... Continue Reading →
It's an iPhone release frenzy this week for the Scottish development companies. Digital Goldfish, the company behind the iPhone version of the smash-hit Bloons, has released the latest game in the franchise: Hot Air Bloon. The AppStore itself is less than forthcoming with background on the game, but we prised a little more detail out... Continue Reading →