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- Not everyone knows it, but racing as an institution is absolutely mired in existential quandary. With the many televised sporting events and video games out there, it's hard to tell which are fake and which are real. The team at Firemint took this problem head on with the first two Real Racing titles for iOS, and now Firemonkeys (a combined studio featuring IronMonkey and Firemint staff) is looking to do it again with Real Racing 3. It's a game so real, the word is in the very title!
- It looks like Australia is shaping up to be a large source of news in the mobile and social gaming industry. Less than two months back, KIXEYE announced their new development studio down under. Today, gaming supergiant Electronic Arts is happy to announce the unification of two of Australia's biggest developers into their new name: Iron Monkey and Firemint are combining to become Australia's largest game development company: FireMonkey.
- Attention, Special Agents! Sorry, I meant "Special Rodents!" Prepare to straighten your bow ties, grab your gadgets, and save the world once more, because Spy Mouse is getting a serious update.
- Firemint is a company that knows how to make a hit. Flight Control invented a genre. Real Racing re-invented one to prove it could work on a mobile device. And now Spy Mouse? Spy Mouse re-invents the genre they invented with Flight Control. And it's a formula that works - Spy Mouse has been the #1 paid game on the App Store since its release 23 days ago. We recently had a chance to ask Firemint's CEO Rob Murray about their stealthy mouse success. Here's what he had to say;
- When Nintendo unveiled the Wii U at E3 2011 yesterday, our first impression of the device's "keep gaming on your controller without the TV" functionality was that it seemed a little like a reverse version of Apple's AirPlay, but for games. Now Apple is blasting back, albeit indirectly. Top iOS developer Firemint has just announced that Real Racing 2 HD will soon be playable on your TV, using the iPad 2 as your controller. This startling development will all be made possible thanks to the features found in AirPlay, Apple TV, and iOS 5.
- Big name traditional publishers have been pretty skittish about jumping into the new forms of gaming over the past few years, but not Electronic Arts. But rather than try and beat the best in these new arenas, they simply buy the best. It happened in 2009 with their acquisition of Playfish. It happened in 2010 with their acquisition of Chillingo. And now in 2011? It's the popular Australian development house Firemint.
- Last week's announcement of the iPad 2 may have left some of us less than impressed, but as the days wore on, such criticisms fell quickly into the minority. Why? Maybe it has to do something with the development community. From a consumer standpoint the iPad 2 may not seem to be a big leap forward - but for developers? It's a dream come true.
- Robert Nay is a tremendously successful little man. Only 14 years old, Nay developed the iPhone game Bubble Ball, which quickly soared up the charts in January to become the #1 free iPhone app for a number of continuous days. But while Robert's story is heart-warming, we're also concerned about the young man's future. College isn't cheap, and being a full time game developer is hard work. We picked the brains of 4 industry veterans to see what advice they might have for young Robert.