Ice Cream Nomsters OUT NOW!

August 19th, 2014 by

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Ice Cream Nomsters has been released! You can get it for free for your Android or iOS device! Enjoy!

Kings Can Fly featured in the Windows Phone Store!

July 24th, 2014 by


Today Kings Can Fly is featured in the Windows Phone Store! Since Kings Can Fly has only been in the Windows Store for only eight days, we feel honored!


Kings Can Fly now for Windows Phone!

July 16th, 2014 by


Hurray! Exciting news for people with a Windows Phone! You can now soar through the sky with the king and his airships in Kings Can Fly. Get ready to solve over 60 puzzle levels, navigating the towering mountains, spiked gates and dangerous whirlwinds you encounter on the way. Enjoy!

You can get the game here:

Ice Cream Nomsters Teaser Trailer!

April 30th, 2014 by

And here it is: the official teaser trailer for Ice Cream Nomsters! Enjoy!

First gameplay footage of Ice Cream Nomsters

March 7th, 2014 by

Behold! The first actual gameplay footage of Ice Cream Nomsters! :-)

Firedroid’s upcoming game: Ice Cream Nomsters!

January 15th, 2014 by


We proudly introduce you to our new game in development for mobile devices: Ice Cream Nomsters!

In this game you are in control of ice cream trucks in a world full of slightly weird but kind of cute monster houses that have an extreme craving for ice cream. So you’ve got a job to do to keep them happy.

As you can see, we’re quite far in the production already. It took us a long time before we came up with a name for the game, so the announcement is relatively late in the production.

The coming weeks we’ll be posting more information about the game, its development and if all goes well some video footage.  For now: Om nom nom nom!

Kings Can Fly in the iKoid Bundle!

January 5th, 2014 by

iKoid has an amazing Android bundle for only $0,99 that contains Kings Can Fly and 4 other fun games like Color Sheep and Naughty Bricks. Go get it at – it will be gone in 4 days, so spread the word!

Kings Can Fly reviews

March 12th, 2013 by

Some amazing quotes from reviews and mentions of Kings Can Fly of which we’re really proud! :-)

“The lush, 3D graphics add a good amount of fantasy and polish to what already sounds like a promising concept for a puzzle game.” | May 25, 2012

“Kings Can Fly is an infinitely charming and deviously clever puzzle entry from Firedroid.”
Gamezebo | Nov 23 2012

“This puzzler looks like pure fun, as you build windmills to direct the paths of floating ships sailing around the magical Air Kingdom”
IGN | Nov 26, 2012

“The impressive graphics combined with the logical gameplay make this indie title perfect for gamers of all ages and types.”
148Apps | | Nov 29, 2012

“Kings is a simple concept of a puzzler but delivered in style that really soars.” | Mar 12, 2013

Firedroid in Elsevier (Dutch magazine)

May 19th, 2012 by

An interview with Rachel about Firedroid got publised in Elsevier, a Dutch weekly magazine with a circulation of over 140,000 copies.

In the article we’ve made our first announcement about our upcoming game, so the Dutch people have a little sneak peak of our big announcement next week!

Global Game Jam ’12

February 3rd, 2012 by

So, it’s been a week since we participated in the Global Game Jam, The Netherlands. We love making games, so why not give up our weekend working  doing what we love. We had found ourselves a willing fifth Beatle: Heinze Havinga, although we just called him our Tim Schafer, an endless pit of weird (and sometimes also very fine) ideas. Perfect addition for our team!

Friday: Off we go!
When we installed our workstations Friday afternoon it became clear to us that we, apparently, are old fashioned. Everybody had a laptop! We took our precious monster machines, some cases being  held together with duct tape. We had everything up and running before the introduction ceremony started.

The theme for this years Global Game Jam was an image of…

The Ouroboros (or Uroborus) is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon eating its own tail. The name originates from within Greek language; οuρά (oura) meaning “tail” and βόρος (boros) meaning “eating”, thus “he who eats the tail”.


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