We are in The MIX!

mix11_midBlues And Bullets is in the Media Indie Exchange (MIX), an special event by IGN that take place during GDC week, on March 2nd. The event allows independent developers to showcase their unreleased games exclusively to the media and other professionals. The MIX will present demos of a range of indie games like Axiom Verge, Donut County, Drift Stage, Overgrowth, Strafe or Volume.

This is a big opportunity to share our game and have some feedback before the launch. Also it’s a great chance to talk with our peers and create new allies. Stay tuned for new information…


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Blues And Bullets playable before release

At egx Rezzed 2015!

We’re excited to announce that Blues And Bullets will be presented for the first time to the European public at EGX Rezzed 2015! The first 15 minutes of our new game will be playable on the show, allowing those who visit the event to discover our new episodic adventure and give us feedback on the game.

If you are going to be in London on March the 12th don’t miss the opportunity to chat with our team on the show floor. We’re thrilled to see how people react to the surprises we have prepared for them!


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“You will laugh and laugh”

what do gamers really think about funk of titans?

Since Funk of Titans was released on January 2015 for Xbox One a lot of people have given their opinion about our hero and his fight against Music Titans in the name of funky. It’s time to reveal the experts’s opinion… This is a random sample ;-) of the main reviews:

Swiftor: “The games visual style is pleasing, it has a vibrant cartoony style that is very easy on the eyes. Backgrounds are nice and really add to the levels, sea backdrops, a sunsetting in the horizon, a deadly fire filled world, they all add to the overall game and gives players something to look at that isn’t completely the same throughout”. Score: 80/100

ZTGD: “With its simplistic nature and decent soundtrack, I found Funk of Titans refreshing to play. If you’re looking for a fun distraction for about 4 hours, give it a shot. You may actually have a fun time like I did”. Score:7/10

FOT-1VideoGamerRob: “Taken with a dose of whimsy and a whiff of nostalgia, Funk of Titans is a quick and witty game”. Score: 4/5

Examiner: “It’s a fun indie game that can suck up quite a bit of your time if you let it. The level design is great and the platforming is passable”. Score: 7.5/10

The gamers Lounge: “If you enjoy side-scrolling platformers and are looking for something different, try out Funk of Titans.  It can get a little repetitive at times, but the variety between levels is enough to keep it interesting.  It is definitely worth the $12.49 on the Xbox Live Store”.  Score: 3.5/5

Hardcore Gamer:FOT-6Funk of Titans is one of the better endless runners out there”. Score: 3,5/5

ICXM: “If you are looking for a casual game to play on the Xbox One, you should pick this one up. It is a lot of fun and you will laugh and laugh at the various hijinks that happen throughout the game”. 6.5/10

Passthemsticks.com: “With a colorful world, great music, and plenty of in-game tasks to complete, Brother Perseus will have a hard time staying off Pegasus and spreading the funk”. Score: 8/10

Game Scouts: “Funk of Titans is definitely worth checking out if you’re in the mood for old school platforming action”. Score: 6.5/10


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Blues And Bullets development diaries (behind the scenes)

Are you interested in the dark and rotten city of Santa Esperanza? Do you want to know more about the macabre crimes that a former detective has to resolve? Are you curious about knowing how we work? If you want to enter in the dark world of Blues And Bullets pay attention to this site during the next weeks because we are practically ready to show you our first development diary. Meanwhile, here you have some photos from the shoot.


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Blues And Bullets nominated

…at game connection awards

Our new game BluesAndBullets is nominated at Game Connection Development Awards in the category of Excellence in Story & StoryTelling along with The Perils of Man by IF Games, Hitman GO by Square Enix Montréal, Epic of Kings by Dead Mage and Shadow Puppeteer by Sarepta Studio AS. 

Winners of each category will be announced on the opening day of Game Connection, on March the 2nd, after a presentation of the game to all publishers, distributors, buyers, and the press at the event.

“The Game Connection Development Awards program is designed to shed light on the most innovative and creative projects that we can find and offers additional exposure to those developers who are constantly pushing the industry forward,” said Pierre Carde, CEO of Game Connection.

We’re very excited about being nominated with big companies such as Square Enix Montréal and Bigpoint. Keep your fingers crossed!^_^