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.”
PocketGamer.co.uk | 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.”
Pocket-Lint.com | 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!

Interviewed by PlayAndroid.com

November 16th, 2011 by

The interview we had with PlayAndroid.com a few weeks ago has been published! We are quite flattered by the kind introduction words. We are not too sure about ‘The Firedroids’ soap. Although, we might actually consider it if our careers as game-developers end badly, it does have a ring to it.

There are at least three reasons why I love Firedroid, the aspiring Android and iOS developing team from The Netherlands. The first reason is Barrr, a gorgeous managing game, that received great 23 points in our Android Game Review. The second reason is the awesome pirate setting of Barrr, that allows me to speak like a real scurvy pirate whenever I be needin’ ‘n. I lust that! :D

The third reason is that the Firedroids (Rachel, Willem, Mariecke, Roy) are so extremely nice guys and – please look at the picture – they look like a happy family.

I bet there will be a daily soap called “The Firedroids” on TV, where we can see the harmonious live together of these four friends. However, for now we content ourselves with this interview.
– Frederik Schrader, PlayAndroid.com 

You can read the interview here: Click Me!

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