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by Dave on November 13, 2015
Good news! The Tap Lab officially launched Bigfoot Hunter on Thursday, November 5 and the game was prominently featured on the App Store. We were thrilled to see our new game featured front and center with a full banner in Games, top slot in Best New Games and banner feature on the front page of the store.
We've been working on this game for a while now and we're so proud to finally share with you all.
You can check out the game here: Download Bigfoot Hunter for FREE
by Liz on September 20, 2014
Who's Got Game?
Last week we won the Who's Got Game Innovation Showdown at Gamesbeat 2014, beating out undeniably awesome games by Hellogamers, Chobolabs and more. Dave took the stage to prove why Bigfoot Hunter is pushing games into new territory, and won the judges over with a hilarious photo bomb mid-competition.
As Dave told Venturebeat, “We have a very unique game,” he said. “For an innovation showdown, that’s a good position to be in. The presentation went well, and the crowd was into it. It’s the type of game that sells itself. That’s kind of our superpower.”
Overall, we had a blast sharing Bigfoot Hunter with the crowd, meeting the other finalists and getting feedback on the game we've worked so hard to make awesome! In one of our favorite commentaries ever, Jeffrey Grubb concludes "The Tap Lab’s victory likely indicates that while services and e-sports are hot, few things are more lovable than a cartoon Bigfoot."
Join the hunt for Bigfoot Hunter here to find out when we launch!
by Liz on August 26, 2014
$10 to play a ton of awesome indie games? Don't mind if we do!
Boston FIG is right around the corner -- 17 days away, to be exact -- and we're gearing up to demo a shiny new version of Bigfoot Hunter with the fast-growing audience at Boston's first indie gaming festival!
We've been at Boston FIG since the beginning, when Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick named September 22nd Indie Game Development Day (how cool is that?) and hundreds of local indie devs and indie game lovers piled onto MIT's campus to celebrate game development.
In its third year, the crowd is bigger, the games are bolder, and the speakers still rock!
We'll be rocking a sponsor table by the Indie Games Showcase alongside awesome local games like The Counting Kingdom and Jungle Rumble by our Intrepid Labs neighbors Little Worlds Interactive and Disco Pixel, respectively, and World Zombination by our good friends at Proletariat.
Check out all the games in the showcase here.
The team at Boston FIG works tirelessly to create an amazing experience for attendees and developers alike, and we can't wait for another year of awesome after parties. If you haven't played Bigfoot Hunter yet, here's your chance!