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Super Salmon Migration makes a Splash

Super Salmon Migration by Oscar Brittain

Leaping out onto mobile is the latest release by Bear-Tooth Studios, the speedy and stylish Super Salmon Migration. After testing the waters at the Perth Games Festival and Playup Perth, both the game and it’s featured fast little fish are ready to adventure out into the world.

Super Salmon Migration is a endless swimmer. Play as a salmon, braving treacherous waters, dodging obstacles and trying to get a far as you can. A long the way collect stuff to sell for fish-bucks and buy yourself some sweet costumes.

Check out the video below for a glimpse beneath the waves at the world of Super Salmon Migration. And if you’re keen to catch this cool title, simple dive over to Google Play or iTunes.

Super Salmon Migration Demo Dives onto Android

Super Salmon Migration - Bear Tooth Studios

Jumping into 2016, Bear-Tooth Studios have released the demo of their latest game Super Salmon Migration into the wild. This migratory mobile game was first shown at the Perth Games Festival alongside Arbalest 3035, but now you have the chance to take it home and test your survival skills. Not only do you get to play the game early, you’ll be helping the developer tackle any issues, and fine-tuna the game.

Welcome to the Super Salmon Migration Demo! You play as a fish and must brave the treacherous waters whilst dodging various obstacles. Aquire collectables and trade them in for sweet Fi$h Bucks and buy some costumes.

You can grab the demo right now via Google Play, and get leap right into the action.

 

Arbalest 3035 Out Now

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We do our best to keep an eye out for new games made right here in WA, but alas, every now and again something cool slips under our radar. One such game is Arbalest 3035 by Bear-Tooth Studios, which combines beautiful abstract patterns and chaotic friend-destroying local multiplayer.

“Arbalest 3035 is a local multiplayer space shooter. With a fast paced movement and abstract art style, this game is a visually stimulating chaotic experience for you and your friends. Being built and developed in a party setting this game works best when played locally at parties with friends.”

Not only does the game have its own sense of style, it also has a unique power-up system that allows you to ‘build your own’ powers based on the different coloured orbs you collect. So if you’re interested in trying out a shiny space shooter, Arbalest 3035 is available now on PC, Mac and Linux for $2.50 over at their itch.io page. Or if Steam is more your gaming-space, head on over to Greenlight and give it a vote!

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