Fallen Tree Games is currently fully focused on our next exciting project, and we want YOU. [Drum roll please….] We are creating an open-world action/arcade sandbox experience in which you will play as a… police officer! The game will feature the same high-energy gameplay you loved in American Fugitive, only this time you’ll be chasing down the bad guys! Expect chases, shootouts, explosions and tons … Continue reading We’re Working on a Police Game!
Since it launch in 2014, Highrise Heroes: Word Challenge has been played and enjoyed by countless gamers all over the world. Until recently, the publishing rights for the mobile releases of the game were held by Noodlecake. This agreement has now expired, with publishing rights reverting back to the developer (ie us). We have updated the game and released it on both the iOS and … Continue reading Highrise Heroes: Word Heroes Relaunch
Making games is hard. It’s increasingly competitive, and the quality bar is ridiculously high these days. Which is why it’s such a proud moment for us as a small indie company (we currently number four staff) to be honoured with an industry award. American Fugitive was awarded ‘Best Arcade Game’ at the TIGA 2019, as voted for by fans! It goes without saying that we … Continue reading American Fugitive wins Best Arcade Game at the TIGA Awards 2019!
American Fugitive, the new action-packed open-world sandbox game from Curve Digital and developers Fallen Tree Games, will launch on PC, PlayStation 4 (May 21), Nintendo Switch (May 23) and Xbox One (May 24) for £17.99, $/€ 19.99. Set in 1980s middle-America within a sleepy rural town, American Fugitive invites you to play as Will Riley. By no means a killer, but no angel either, you … Continue reading American Fugitive Release Date announced!
Great news, folks. This week, our zen puzzle game ‘Quell Memento+’ is free on iOS! This is a promotion (in partnership with the iOS AppStore) to celebrate the relaunch of the game that was originally released in April 2013. An important note about the relaunch Quell Memento+ was originally released in partnership with a third party publisher in April 2013. This partnership has now expired, so ownership … Continue reading Quell Memento Relaunch
‘Quell Zen’ now available on iOS, Android and PC! 14 Jul , 2016 2 Comments Standard Post https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqZGXrw8QWs Joe and I are delighted to invite you to download the fourth instalment of the Quell puzzle series, available from the links below. Making mobile games for a living is becoming increasingly difficult. With the popularity of the ‘free’ business model, most paid games (like ours) struggle to gain … Continue reading ‘Quell Zen’ now available on iOS, Android and PC!
We just stumbled across this review for Quell on iPhoneAlley. It was published in erm… August 2010. Heads are gonna roll in our marketing department for this. Oh wait… that’s me. “Quell really deserves the praise. It constantly amazes me with its polished, and crisp artwork seen through out the menu, level select layout, and all of the levels.” Continue reading iPhoneAlley Review
Great news! Quell has just been approved by the good folks over at Palm, and is now available to download! Continue reading Quell for WebOS is available!
Fallen Tree Games are delighted to announce that our acclaimed puzzle game Quell is soon to be available for WebOS. We are currently undergoing final testing, and hope to have to game available to Palm users soon, via the App Catalog. Watch this space! Continue reading Quell for WebOS Announced!
Quell is continuing to prove popular in sunny spain. Gaming site Niubie have just given us a positive review (we think it’s positive – our Spanish friends tell us it is!). “It has the ability to leave you satisfied with only investing 5-10 minutes, perfect for when you’re stuck in traffic or for play before bedtime. The price makes it even more attractive.” Continue reading Niubie Review (Spanish)
We are very proud to announce that we have been reviewed and awarded 8/10 from Eurogamer! “You’ll be barely aware you’ve swished your way through a few dozen puzzles, such are its woozily hypnotic charms.” Continue reading Eurogamer Review!
Quell has just been reviewed by No Dpad – and boy, do they like it! “There is nothing to dislike about Quell; the game is the very embodiment of relaxation. The visuals are excellent, the interface easy, the controls responsive, the music soothing and the puzzling superb. Playing the game feels as if gazing out the window on a rainy day, lost in your thoughts … Continue reading No Dpad Review