Channel 4 has today announced the first batch of games to be published by its games publishing arm, All 4 Games. Based in Glasgow, Scotland, All 4 Games first three games will be Fire Fu, Super Arc Light and Apestorm.
Fire Fu is an “intense and sinister” arcade game developed by UK-based studio Retrofist. In Fire Fu, you’re tasked with wiping out hordes of devilish critters with fancy martial arts. Super Arc Light is developed by Glasgow studio, No Code and is a stylish, arcade radial shooter and features a unique one-button control system. Finally, Apestorm: Full Bananas is a 2D side-scrolling game from Finnish developers, Snowhound. Fugitive apes have stolen a zeppelin and it is up to you to cause as much chaos as possible.
“We’re absolutely delighted to be announcing our first batch of published games, as well as the exciting partnerships we’ve built in our first few months of operation,” said head of All 4 Games, Colin Macdonald. ”We’re proud to be working alongside some of the finest mobile games development teams within the UK and Europe, and can’t wait to give these talented teams the platform that they deserve.”
These games are set for release in Q1 of 2016 and will be available for iPhone, iPad, IPod Touch and Android devices.
Source: God is Geek