Releases by Kwalee:
Kwalee offers rare insights into the game development process
May 10, 2012 - Games are played by many hundreds of millions of people around the world, but very few gamers have much insight into the development process. To help gamers get a broader view of the work behind the creation of their entertainment, the development staff at Kwalee have written a whole series of articles that lift the lid on what they do when working on games. These articles now form a unique resource about several elements of the development process.
Kwalee tease second game
May 02, 2012 - iOS game developers, Kwalee have announce their second social multiplayer game is under development. The company has put together a brief teaser, featuring Kwalee CEO David Darling's wife Tanya, available on the Kwalee YouTube channel. Tanya has become a regular face for the company and has really enjoyed being involved in photo and videoshoots. Kwalee recently launched a public forum for readers to discuss games and Kwalee's developments.
Chat directly with Kwalee game developers
Apr 26, 2012 - Kwalee, the Leamington Spa iOS game developer founded by David Darling, has always tried to be as open as possible. Their website reveals a lot about the company and its staff, with frequent daily updates and constant activity. The company is taking this process a stage further by creating a public forum where anyone can say whatever he or she wants, discussing games, just by logging in with their Facebook account.
Kwalee recruits Server Ninja
Apr 19, 2012 - Everyone who has played Gobang Social will know exactly how much fun this turn based strategy game is. The technology behind the game involves a dedicated Kwalee server running bespoke Kwalee software. This technology is now in the capable hands of a Server Ninja. After graduating from Bedfordshire University in 2002, with a 2:1 in Computer Science, Steve Clark has accumulated much server experience.
Gobang goes Bang + Win a New iPad
Apr 12, 2012 - Kwalee has celebrated the release of their first iOS game, Gobang Social, by blowing up and utterly destroying, a brand New iPad. Using high explosives, then a pickaxe, the latest Apple iPad is seen broken up into numerous pieces. The whole exciting event was captured for posterity on video and can be seen on the Kwalee YouTube channel. To compensate anyone who is upset at the destruction of this fine product, Kwalee are giving away a New iPad to the lucky winner of a simple competition.
Gobang Social goes Global
Apr 03, 2012 - Gobang Social is a challenging, turn based, strategy game available globally for free on the App Store. It is the first game from Leamington Spa, UK based startup Kwalee. The core game mechanic of Gobang Social was arrived at after much prototype play testing. The game's goal is to connect five bombs within a 12 x 12 matrix, whilst competing against Facebook friends. The game is easy to pick up but players can get really good at it using various strategies.
Kwalee launch game in Asia and Asia Pacific
Mar 29, 2012 - Following the release of their multiplayer game Gobang Social in New Zealand, Kwalee have launched a new and improved version of their game into more App Stores. After developing features and adding further enhancements to Gobang Social, version 1.2 is now available in Australia, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Taiwan. Fully integrated with Facebook, players can begin playing now with their Facebook friends.
Experienced gaming artist helps paint students a future
Mar 16, 2012 - Kwalee Artist, Jay Lytwynenko is offering advice based on her knowledge and expertise to those wanting to pursue a career in concept and in game art. Jay joined the Kwalee game designers in November 2011. Having already worked for a few video game companies, she brought versatility and knowledge to her work and continues to enhance her skills as a result. Her extensive qualifications started from receiving an A in GSCE Art, which led her to pursue the subject as part of her A Level studies.
Kwalee merchandise available now
Mar 08, 2012 - Whether you want to stand out in new swag, or carry a brew in a cool new travel mug, rapidly expanding games company Kwalee have got your stylish needs covered. Smartphone app developers Kwalee have teamed up with online clothing company, Casually Hardcore, making individual and exciting designs with the publisher's business slogan "School of Mischief". Available from the Casually Hardcore website. There are three different designs available on items.