Arriving later this year on PlayStation®3 and PlayStation® Vita via the PlayStation®Network.
Big Sky Infinity is a fast paced, twin-stick shooter, with several unique attributes that significantly furthers the genre. It features randomly generated rounds, with dynamic gameplay that is modified based upon a players current performance. It provides the ability for players to transform their ship from its default attack mode, to become an unstoppable drilling machine, capable of powering straight through entire planets.
A twin-stick shooter guaranteed to keep you on your toes; stay permanently engrossed in the action with no two rounds ever the same!
Full Game Features
- Randomly generated fast and frantic gameplay, never the same game twice
- Dynamically alterable enemies, bosses and events
- Unique flying & drilling gameplay mechanic
- Extensive upgrade system to enhance your ship and weaponry
- Cloud Saving (Cross-platform compatibility)
For the latest news and updates, check out our new Big Sky Infinity website
Throughout history, only one game has truly stood the test of time and made a significant impact on societies the world over. As fans of the sport, we felt compelled to develop a chess title that truly reflects the beauty and depth of the greatest intellectual game in the world.
The classic strategy board game comes to life in stunning detail.
- Become a grandmaster in the most realistic chess game on PlayStation®3 and PlayStation®Vita.
- Work through a comprehensive tutorial to improve your chess skills.
- Take on up to seven of your PlayStation Network friends using turn-based gameplay.
- Stereoscopic 3D (PlayStation®3 only).
We’d like to say a big thanks to Quietlywrong for creating a video that will undoubtedly help a lot of beginners! If you’re hunting the 147 gold trophy then the tips in his video will help a lot. He talks you through many of his techniques and shows you that it’s not actually THAT hard if you go about it in the right way.
Best of luck!
The established team here at VooFoo would like to welcome aboard Tam Finlay! His role here at VooFoo involves wearing many different hats but his primary focus will be game design. We’re excited to have a fresh new face around the office and he already has us doing daily ‘scrum’ sessions – very useful indeed!
Have a look at ‘The Team‘ section of our website if you’re interested in knowing more about our BAFTA winning designer.
We have another new HD wallpaper for you! After receiving a couple of e-mails from people asking if we’d be able to create darker backdrops, we thought we’d oblige with this lonely old cyclops. I’m sure he’d love a home on your PS3 or PC..
Why not visit our forum to download it?
I’m pleased to announce that Pudds is our Hustle Kings Pool Cup winner! He’s won the past two official competitions so he’s clearly a worthy champion and the man to beat should there be any similar competitions in the future (fingers crossed). The match was intriguing, with Pudds’ opponent, Gazovwar, unluckily potting the black by accident in the first frame after taking a commanding lead. As usual, ice man Pudds didn’t panic and went about business as usual by winning 3-0 in a best of 5. The second frame was my personal favourite with Pudds pulling off two magnificent jump shots – the second of which was to escape a snooker that Gazovwar clearly played for. Demoralising for Gaz, I’m sure!
Well done to both players and congratulations to Pudds. You can view all 3 frames of the final below:
In addition to the final, a play-off for 3rd place was contested between Quietlywrong and Homerjnick. Both players obviously wanted to avoid the wooden spoon and gave us an entertaining match that was finished in two frames. Homerjnick emerged triumphant and unfortunately for Quietlywrong, he didn’t get to finish in the top 3 this time, but we’re sure he has all of the skills to do better on another day.
Thanks again to LordRoss for setting up a very entertaining competition! We enjoyed it thoroughly and look forward to organising similar events in the future. If you’d like to be involved then why not visit our forum to meet new friends, share ideas and suggestions and basically hang out with fellow gamers!
As promised, here’s a wallpaper showing Triffidia’s dark side. Hope you like it!
Once again, please visit our forum to download a full resolution image (1920×1200 or 1920×1080)
The art team here at VooFoo enjoy creating a wide range of imagery in addition to pool balls, pool tables and pool halls! We look forward to showing more of our art over the coming year and will kick off our very own collection of wallpapers with Triffidia, a forest queen with a dark side (it’ll be clear why in the next update!).
Visit our forum to download a full resolution image (1920×1200 or 1920×1080)
The second Hustle Kings Pool Cup semi-final between Pudds and QuietlyWrong was always going to be a mouth-watering prospect, and it didn’t disappoint. Their reputations preceded them, and they had a lot of pressure to perform. Pudds had won a brand new 46″ Sony Bravia TV in our last competition, and QuietlyWrong stormed through the qualifiers this time around with a high score of 41,100 HKC.
With several live spectators and a lot of anticipation, QuietlyWrong kicked off the match by potting a stripe off the break. He appeared to be playing with confidence and went on to win the game in some style. However, Pudds didn’t let QuietlyWrong’s good form in the first game psyche him out. In fact, the added pressure seemed to raise his game as he came back strongly in the second to tie the match at 1-1. Both players had chances and it’d come down to who had the better nerve. Pudds is clearly a man of ice because after running out of position in the final game, he audaciously attempted a spectacular jump shot to regain control. Amazingly, he pulled it off, without an aim line or any visual aid!
That shot clearly gave him a psychological edge and ultimately, the match. QuietlyWrong played incredibly well but Pudds marches on to the final where he’ll take on Gazovwar for the Hustle Kings Pool Cup title and prize. I highly recommend that you view the entire match in sequence as the skill level shown by both players is immense!
Next week, I’ll let you know what happens in the 3rd/4th place play-off between QuietlyWrong and Homerjnick, followed by coverage of the final between Pudds and Gazovwar. Best of luck to all of the players!
In a nerve-jangling and super tense semi-final, Gazovwar emerged triumphant after a valiant effort from his dangerous opponent, Homerjnick! Both players showed understandable tension (a prize at stake and live spectators viewing every shot), but still managed to give us a great match with Gaz finally winning 2-1.
Considering the fact that no aiming lines/guides were used, both players managed to pull off some stunning shots and we hope that tomorrow’s second semi-final will provide us with the same level of skill and entertainment!
We’d like to say a big thank you to both players and congratulate Gazovwar on his victory!
To see who’ll meet Gaz in the final, check back in a couple of days and we’ll hopefully have video replays from Pudds vs QuietlyWrong (a match we’re very excited about!).
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