Super Exploding Zoo, from Hohokum developer Honeyslug, should be a cute, light-hearted game: it's got cartoony animals, bright colours, and a peppy, happy soundtrack. But there's something about leading animals to their death that's slightly sinister – the hard stare in a dodo's eyes as he walks his last steps is unnatural and almost...
Sometimes the sheer brilliance of the name of a game is enough to sell us on it, and no title demonstrates that idea more than Super Exploding Zoo. Developed by the delightfully bizarre folk at Honeyslug, the puzzler sees you attempting to defend the world from an alien invasion by blowing up zoo animals. Yep, you read that correctly...
Stay awhile and listen
If you've ever wanted to make music, but lack the requisite skills, perhaps relaxation sim Hohokum will be a suitable outlet for your melodic mind. Set to release sometime later in the year, this indie title sees you controlling a large snake being ridden by a menagerie of musical monsters. The game's soundtrack changes...
No laughing matter
Originally intended for release alongside the PlayStation 4 in Japan, Honeyslug’s intriguing zen-‘em-up Hohokum now has a vague “sometime in 2014” release window attached to it. The title had been set to slide onto the next generation console on 22nd February in the East, but it will now take it easy until later in the...
Frobisher Says developer Honeyslug is set to continue its relationship with Sony beyond the imminent Hohokum, as it’s announced that the delightfully daft Super Exploding Zoo is set to burst onto the PlayStation 4 and Vita next year. The game – as its name so effortlessly illustrates – sees you rounding up an array of volatile...
After months of requests on the PlayStation Blog, independent developer Honeyslug has finally announced that Trophies are being added to its mad PlayStation Vita application Frobisher Says. The trinkets will be available as part of a new patch, which is set to launch later today. If that wasn’t exciting enough, there’s also a new DLC...
Play this stupid game
Honeyslug’s whacky WarioWare-inspired Vita mini game compilation Frobisher Says officially touches down in Europe today for the grand sum of free. The brilliant Vita exclusive sees you pleasing a hilariously contrary child through a series of increasingly whacky demands. Poking otters, fighting bears and opening clams are all...
If Simon Says had an illicit affair with Nintendo's madcap minigame series WarioWare, Frobisher Says would be the hyperactive accidental love-child
Honeyslug's eccentric PlayStation Vita launch-title might not be drawing the headlines like Uncharted: Golden Abyss and Wipeout 2048, but its easily the most humorous game we've played in a long time...
We have no words
Frobisher Says is one of the most peculiar games we've ever seen. Designed to use every one of the Vita's control inputs, it's a collection of over 50 challenges using more than 20 different art styles, some of which you can see in the frankly bizarre screenshots below. While the idea of a bizarre mini game compilation might sound a...
Honeyslug's bizarre PlayStation Vita indie title, Frobisher Says, was inspired by the PlayStation Vita's "bewildering" array of touch inputs, the developer has revealed
Earlier this year,? ?we were asked by Sony Europe whether we wanted to submit a proposal for a Playstation Vita showcase app? -? ?something which would highlight the unique features of the device, Honeyslug's Ricky Haggett..
.. What the heck? Kahoots developer Honeyslug has announced a brand new title for the PlayStation Vita over night entitled Frobisher Says!. The game appears to be a nuts blend of WarioWare and Rhythm Heaven, taking advantage of each of the PlayStation Vita's unique input properties. For example, Frobisher might ask you to scratch his back using the Vita's rear-touch panel, or maybe..
Three-person team Honeyslug are to unleash their upcoming Lemmings-esque PSP Minis title onto the Playstation Store tomorrow
The title, Kahoots, will mark the biggest release in Honeyslug's relatively short history, with a fairly large push from Sony themselves as they get the PSP Minis service off the ground. Ironically, as big as this title is,...