Tag Archives: Zootfly
Fri, Apr 19, 2013 | 05:26 BST
A heretofore encountered title popped up on the Australian Classification Board’s database today. Narco Terror hails from Time-O and Prison Break developer Zootfly and is a multi-platform games published by Deep Silver, with an MA+ rating. There’s no mention of it on either developer or publisher’s websites.
Mon, Apr 27, 2009 | 19:09 BST
Amazingly, we’re not joking. Zootfly is making a game involving Mr T, Will Wright and some Nazis. From a press release:
The first game will see Mr. T take on Nazis and their gigantic machines in the varied universe of South American rain forests, lost ancient cities, industrial complexes and contemporary military installations. Along with Mr. T and other characters from the graphic novel, the game will feature none other than Will Wright. In this universe, Will Wright is not a top-notch game designer but a top-notch American geneticist who was kidnapped and coerced to work on a diabolic plan. Mr. T and Will Wright will join forces to annihilate the Nazis and their hardware.
We’re a bit stunned, so read Joystiq instead.
Tue, Nov 18, 2008 | 15:27 GMT
They’re not chasing a tenner, either. From the piece:
L.A.-based 7 Studios says Brash owes it $468,000 for its work on “9,” an adaptation of an upcoming animated film from Focus Features produced by Tim Burton (one of the few games on Brash’s slate I didn’t previously know about) and $113,000 for “Six Flags Fun Park,” (pictured left) a Wii and DS mini-game collection that’s supposed to be coming out right about now (has anybody seen it on shelves?). Slovenian developer Zootfly, meanwhile, says Brash owes it $748,000 for work on the videogame version of the Fox TV show “Prison Break.”
Whoops. More through there.