Super Fruitfall’s one man show

Super FruitfallHere’s something interesting. Super Fruitfall was first announced during the last week of November. After that, the next thing we knew is that the game would be released alongside Wii in Europe. That was quite fast, don’t you think? Ever wondered why?

Nah, it’s not because the quality of the game is par below average. Who ever said that? The reason, folks, is that the game didn’t have to deal with red tape. We’ve all heard about its small scale publisher System 3. But have you heard about its much, much smaller developer Nissimo?

Nissimo is so small it is actually just a one-man company. That one man is Tony Williams. He runs the company, he develops games, probably even cleans the office toilets. But kidding aside, here’s what Mr. Williams had to say:

This is the kind of deal that small companies donÂ’t usually make. The large publishers donÂ’t have time for the small guy, so working with System 3 has been a vital step. Everyone I show the game to enjoys playing it, this will make it available to the mass market.

We wonder how many of our friends in Europe actually picked this puzzle game up. We know that this can’t compete with giants The Legend of Zelda or Banana Blitz but somehow, it still is remarkable. Super Fruitfall is just selling for £ 24.99 or roughly around US$ 48.

Via Siliconera

Super FruitfallHere’s something interesting. Super Fruitfall was first announced during the last week of November. After that, the next thing we knew is that the game would be released alongside Wii in Europe. That was quite fast, don’t you think? Ever wondered why?

Nah, it’s not because the quality of the game is par below average. Who ever said that? The reason, folks, is that the game didn’t have to deal with red tape. We’ve all heard about its small scale publisher System 3. But have you heard about its much, much smaller developer Nissimo?

Nissimo is so small it is actually just a one-man company. That one man is Tony Williams. He runs the company, he develops games, probably even cleans the office toilets. But kidding aside, here’s what Mr. Williams had to say:

This is the kind of deal that small companies donÂ’t usually make. The large publishers donÂ’t have time for the small guy, so working with System 3 has been a vital step. Everyone I show the game to enjoys playing it, this will make it available to the mass market.

We wonder how many of our friends in Europe actually picked this puzzle game up. We know that this can’t compete with giants The Legend of Zelda or Banana Blitz but somehow, it still is remarkable. Super Fruitfall is just selling for £ 24.99 or roughly around US$ 48.

Via Siliconera

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