Wow, has it been 12 months already? Well, almost. We posted this story way back on the 29th of January 2017, revealing the studio behind Oceanhorn 2 was targeting Apple TV as one of its platforms.
While iOS has so far been the only confirmed platform for day one release, I reached out to Cornfox & Bros. today to get confirmation that Apple TV was still safely within its crosshairs. The reply I received was encouraging, as are the new screenshots unveiled today depicting one of Oceanhorn 2’s central locations – the city of Capital.
Hit the page 2 button below for a peak.
Okay, it’s time to get our ducks in a row again. It’s been a while.
Six months ago we gathered together six upcoming Apple TV games that we’ve been following and posting stories about, and put them into a handy list for easy reference. Crossing them off gradually as they get released, there are still four games on that list to come. (And a fifth…possibly…maybe…hopefully game that may never see Apple TV, but ATVG is a glass half full kind of site so fingers crossed and so on)
Six months down the track, ATVG continues to scour the internet and pester developers for news of more games to look forward to on the platform, and thought it’s about time we put together another list for your convenience. You’ll get a trailer to watch, links to the original articles, and a quick blurb for each title.
Right. Let’s do this.
Hit the page 2 button below for a sneak peak over the horizon.
Studio Snowman found success on mobile with its hypnotic endless snowboarder, Alto’s Adventure. So much so that a sequel – Alto’s Odyssey – is in the works. The team must be pretty busy then, as apart from the sequel to the game that built Snowman, there are two more titles being worked on, both of which are heading to Apple TV.
Hit the page 2 button below for a sneak peak at Distant, and Where Cards Fall (being developed in collaboration with new studio The Game Band).