Rival Stars™ College Football Update Now LIVE!

Here at PikPok, we’re celebrating the Biggest Weekend in February with the Biggest Rival Stars Update yet! Since launching in November 2016 on Google Play and the App Store, Rival Stars College Football has gripped players around the world with its vibrant style, nail-biting tournaments, and stats laden gameplay. Today, we are thrilled to announce …

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Rival Stars™ College Football now available on the App Store and Google Play

PikPok expands popular Rival Stars sports brand into American Football NEW ZEALAND, Wellington, November 18, 2016 – Leading games publisher PikPok® today announced the launch of their new original title, Rival Stars College Football, for Android on Google Play, and iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on the App Store. Rival Stars College Football is the …

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Morepork Games

Morepork Games is a small, Carterton based studio focused on creating fun, quality games that “fill the gaps”. Cory Spooner is the founder and current sole developer. He has shipped commercial titles such as Bioshock Infinite (Technical Artist), Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel (Senior Technical Artist), The Bureau: XCOM Declassified (Level Artist), Jackass: The Game (Designer), Speed …

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Fiero Interactive

We build games for brands. Web, mobile, or cross platform we build games designed to engage your customers and drive results. Our list of clients includes: Flybuys, TVNZ, Victoria University, the Ministry of Education and more. Come over to fiero.co.nz to see our work or get in touch.

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New Zealand-made Video Games Industry grew 46% this year

Wellington, New Zealand – 16 November 2011 – The New Zealand video game development industry grew by 46% this year, boosted by the huge growth of smartphone and online games. 114 game development jobs were created in the 12 months to September 2011 and the industry now employs the equivalent of 359 full-time people. In …

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