Brighton-based indie dev Fat Fish Games released Thursday a new take on their successful Tiny Goalie app, Tiny Touchdown.
Your aim in Tiny Touchdown is to stop a constant flow of offensive American footballers from approaching the score line, whilst also avoiding flying red bottles, all in the pursuit of getting a leaderboard-topping high score.
Tiny Goalie is the latest app from Brighton-based Fat Fish Games. A small team of indie developers, they have been publishing a range of software from their South-East studio for the best part of eight years. Gamebrit caught up with Anthony Barker, the teams Creative Director to find out just how Tiny Goalie may be the perfect replacement for your lamented Flappy Bird addiction.
Available for free from both Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play store, Tiny Goalie is simple to play and addictive to boot. You simply slide your finger from side-to-side, controlling a goalkeeper who is tasked with saving any balls kicked his way. Let one past you and it’s Game Over.