It's been quite a year for Impossible Road, the hard-as-nails endless roller, created by Kevin Ng of Pixels On Toast fame. The game was released to critical acclaim, with 4.5/5, 8.4/10 and 9/10 reviews, as well as Pocket Gamer's Game Of The Week in the games media. All of which was followed by a BAFTA Scotland nomination... Continue Reading →
The 2013 BAFTA Scotland awards ceremony was held in Glasgow on Sunday night. Celebrating and honouring the best in Scottish TV, film and games, the competition is open to every developer - from the smallest indie studio to the largest global behemoth. Three nominees were chosen from nearly forty entries: Coolson's Artisanal Chocolate Alphabet (Things... Continue Reading →
After a year which saw the highest number of games entries EVER, the nominees for the 2014 BAFTA Scotland awards have been announced, including the three title now competing in the Games category. The nominees for the 2014 BAFTA Scotland Games Award are: Coolson's Artisinal Chocolate Alphabet - Things Made Out Of Other Things (iOS)... Continue Reading →
Pythagoras. Newton. Leibniz. Lovelace. Curie. Einstein. Jones. Shakespeare. Braben. Crammond. Molyneux. Miyamoto. Persson. Ventura. The list of luminaries, sages and other professional thinking persons is an illustrious roll call of history's most creative visionaries. Their achievements are legend. Their legacy timeless. These are the forerunners, the shining ones, the immortals who illuminate the darkness and... Continue Reading →
Another intriguing update from Pixels On Toast and their ultra-secret secret project of ultimate mystery. We think they may have killed Chris Sawyer and assimilated the Rollercoaster Tycoon series. What, you weren't aware the Rollercoaster Tycoon games are another Scottish product? Do pay attention, 007! What's he building in there?
This arrived in Inboxes earlier this week. It's from Pixels On Toast, creators of the critically acclaimed Food Run and Word Crasher. They are clearly working on something. The question is... what? Something about a monorail? A zip? Quite a flat castle? We don't know. Founder, Kevin Ng, is something of an elusive figure, combining... Continue Reading →
Out today on iOS, quirky platformer Food Run comes from Edinburgh based one-man-developer Pixels On Toast, also known as Kevin Ng. With Rockstar Games, EA and Warthog sitting happily on his CV, Ng formed Pixels On Toast in 2010 and produced titles WordCrasher and Kick Flick Soccer. Food Run is his follow up and we... Continue Reading →
Word Crasher, the game which manages to combine Scrabble, Tetris and dropping Mentos with all letters on, into Coke, has been revised, updated and polished to a mirror sheen by Edinburgh-based indie powerhouse and one man dynamo of Wonder, Pixels On Toast (aka Kevin Ng). Word Crasher now reflects the beauty and integrity of Kevin's... Continue Reading →