Company:  Spry Fox

SpryFox announces next game: Road Not Taken

May 13, 2013

PC

Triple Town developer SpryFox have announced their next game today, and it looks to be just as adorable and addictively fun as every other title in their impressive catalogue. Road Not Taken is described as a “puzzle game about life and loss,” and is inspired by the 1916 Robert Frost poem of the same name. 

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Next Triple Town update brings new game mode and spring theme

Apr 30, 2013

If you’re even the smallest fan of casual gaming, then you’ve probably heard of Triple Town before: the unbelievably addictive match-three game from Spry Fox. If you somehow haven’t, I would ask my girlfriend to tell you all about how much fun it is, but she barely stops playing it long enough to really speak to me anymore, so I guess you’re just going to have to take my word for it. This game is pretty awesome.

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These Triple Town plushies are watching you sleep

Mar 5, 2013

Some may try to deny it, but there’s a wonderful joy that comes with hugging a soft stuffed animal. And when said animal is based on a character from a game you enjoy? Well, that’s just the icing on an already awesome cake. If what I’m saying here is clicking with you at all, and you happen to be a fan of Triple Town, this is your lucky day. Triple Town bear plushies are available in developer Spry Fox’s shop, and they’re the very definition of adorable.

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Leap Day Review

Feb 13, 2013

I thought I could do it. It had been a while since I had fallen off the wagon. All the devices in my house were purged of Triple Town, and I hadn’t been caught in public screaming about “ninja bears” for quite some time. So when Spry Fox released their newest game, Leap Day, in a browser beta, you have to believe me when I say that I genuinely thought I could just take a quick look…so you’ll lend me the money for some extra crowns, right?

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Different, but not better: David Edery explains how Spry Fox sees freemium, monetization, and the future of mobile.

Jul 31, 2012

As a journalist, you often hear that industry events are epicentres for networking, meeting developers, and hearing interesting stories. Never more has this proven true for me than during the day before this year’s Casual Connect, at a summit put on by the International Game Developer’s Association. I went into the morning’s first lecture - a unique one about learning from early failure - thinking I’d be covering the panel. Instead, I ended up digging deep with someone on it. 

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Spry Fox’s next original game, tentatively titled Hoppington, will be played over 7 real-time days (Exclusive)

Jul 30, 2012

One of my favourite talks at this year’s Casual Connect was given by Spry Fox (Triple Town) Chief Creative Officer, Dan Cook, about designing completely original games. He feels a great place to start is at the root, with the core assumptions of how we play. Mario runs and jumps, and we control that. What if we didn’t control the running part? Canabalt is what. A fitting chat, it seems, considering what this indie duo has up its sleeve.

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Realm of the Mad God Review

Feb 19, 2012

Realm of the Mad God is a prime example of the slow rise to power certain indie game releases can experience. Originally released as a public open beta way back at the start of 2010, the game's world, visuals and features have slowly been built up brick by brick based on player feedback, before the game was eventually fully released last year.

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Yeti Town publisher denies breaching Triple Town NDA

Feb 3, 2012

Last week indie studio Spry Fox, developer behind the cross-platform hit Triple Town, announced that it was filing a lawsuit against 6waves Lolapps claiming that the publisher's game Yeti Town was a copy of Triple Town. 6waves has since responded and denied copying the game.

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Triple Town developer files copyright infringement suit over Yeti Town

Jan 29, 2012

With the rampant plagiarism that goes on in game development, something like this was bound to happen sooner or later. David Edery, CEO of Spry Fox, has just confirmed on his blog that his company has filed a copyright infringement suit against 6Waves LOLAPPS in regards to the latter’s release of Yeti Town, a game that clearly borrowed everything that was original about Spry Fox’s Triple Town, slapped on a fresh coat of paint, and made it to the App Store first.

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Lolapps (sort of) denies cloning Triple Town

Jan 28, 2012

The backlash against Zynga for its (pretty blatant) plagiarism of Tiny Tower may have been one of this week's big stories, but it certainly isn't the only recent case of game companies ripping each other off. Late last year, 6waves Lolapps was accused of doing the exact same thing, and now the company's finally defending itself.

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