Thursday, 22 December 2011

Clockwork the Mouse - new game out now

Clockwork the Mouse is out now. My first video game for 20 years is finally complete. Woohoo!

Available now for iPhone and iPod Touch:
Clockwork the Mouse - Potassium Frog Ltd
Available now on iPad:
Clockwork the Mouse for iPad - Potassium Frog Ltd

Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Clockwork the Mouse available now!

Clockwork the Mouse is out now.

Available now for iPhone and iPod Touch:
Clockwork the Mouse - Potassium Frog Ltd
Available now on iPad:
Clockwork the Mouse for iPad - Potassium Frog Ltd

Tuesday, 20 December 2011

Clockwork the Mouse release date:

Help Clockwork the mouse rescue friends and solve puzzles in his first graphic adventure. Tilt the screen to move Clockwork, touch objects to collect and use. Touch special characters to hear them talk. Top-up your energy by collecting Cheesy Stars.

Explore rich landscapes and meet a host of interesting and amusing creatures.

Features:
Support for Retina display(iPhone/iPod touch)
Auto-save of unlocked levels
No in-app purchases
No ads
Play in either English or Welsh

Friday, 16 December 2011

Clockwork the Mouse

Is the title of the very first game from Potassium Frog Limited. A tilt-and-touch arcade adventure, it'll be out very soon on the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Screens!!!

Only another 20-or-so pieces of artwork to scan and color, and the first Potassium Frog game will be nearly ready. It's big, yeah.

Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Everything that happens happens today

Getting Quiet, a clear path to a quiet mind, is now available for free and up. Whatever that means.

Take a peek at gettingquiet.com to find out more. Or take a listen here:

 

Thursday, 8 September 2011

Officially official

Potassium Frog Ltd is now an official entity, possibly even legal (it is, honest). Paperwork over, I can now get back to finishing the first Potassium Frog game.

Monday, 28 February 2011

Spotify in the USA - why you should be happy

As a UK Spotify user it might be useful for potential US users to know just why I subscribe and thrive on the Scandinavian music streaming service.

Music streaming: you don't buy the music, you stream it at will from Spotify's system. Legally and for free, or for a monthly subscription.

Spotify looks set to launch in the US this year and if it follows the European setup could change your attitude to music forever.

Spotify Premium is where its at. No doubt the majority of users will opt for the free ad-funded delights, but a monthly fee gives a 320kbps streaming soundfest. That's a higher bitrate than itunes currently offers for sales. And if you so wish you can stream, download and play off-line from your Android smartphone or iPhone too. And if you have a Sonos system you will truly enter the stratosphere of audio heaven.

But what about the Beatles, Zappa and the Magic Slugs, you ask? They're not on Spotify are they? Nope. But you probably have them on CD/vinyl/wax cylinder already. Not the Magic Slugs though, they're not on Spotify because I made them up. Probably.

Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Thursday, 27 January 2011

Getting Quiet

Getting Quiet has had a refresh. No new recordings, but a dusting down and a tidy up. A new cover to be exact, which I'm very pleased with.

Take out the art insert supplied with the new CD version, put it somewhere to remind you to quiet your mind and follow the course.

www.gettingquiet.com is where it's at, and where you can listen to a sample too.

Or you could just buy a print or card of the artwork here.

It's a clear path to a quiet mind, you know.