Posts Tagged ‘8-bit’

Super Bit Dash for the Xperia Play

January 29, 2012

Good news for those who take mobile gaming very very serious (serious enough that you demand a controller). We at Fakepup are hard at work on the Xperia Play optimized version of Super Bit Dash.

For those living under a rock, the Xperia play is the Playstation phone, Sony’s wonder phone that slides open to reveal a gamepad. It’s a beauty and Super Bit Dash already plays great with the D-pad. It’s funny to see  a game we promoted as not having a clunky virtual d-pad working really well with a physical d-pad – oh the irony.

With the D-pad you wont just play the game but also navigate the menus.

This is a Mockup of the store, if we can get it to work in under two weeks that is. That is our deadline – two weeks to have it running flawlessly. It looks a bit crowded but we didn’t originally consider physical controls so we are doing our best with the assets we have.

Of course those wanting to tap the buttons on screen and play by swiping the finger on the screen can still do so, but the D-pad offers a great deal more control. No excuse not to have your name on the top 10 highscores now. Unless you are Farmviller… Are you?


Super Bit Dash – update news

November 14, 2011

We’re still hard at work on the next update, we’ll  bring it to you asap! This is what you can expect to find.

New characters

We’ve been drawing and animating new characters that you can unlock with coins. Eventually  we would like to have a ton of different characters that one can collect but for the time being we only have the ones shown on our previous post and our little runner in the yodeler costume. Yodels not included.

New Levels

We’ve also finished 40 new rooms (easy and hard versions) and gave them two different colors. This should help players gauge their progress bettter since, now, each tier in classic mode not only  increases the speed of the character it also changes tile color.

new colors new levels


We wont be able to translate all the ingame text just now but the Appstore text will be available in French, German, Japanase and Portugese. If you want to help us out and translate it to you own language please email us or comment below 🙂 We’ll appreciate it.


We’re also working on power ups and adding a way to brag about your scores in a more apropriate manner. We’re getting alot of feedback and we’ll try to incorporate it all on the following updates.

Final remarks

We’re super excited about the next update, it’s a big step forward in terms of replayability. Please  follow us on Twitter or Facebook to get the latest news and help us spread the Fakepupian word. Don’t worry, we won’t spam you to death. Also by following us you can win codes to download our games for free!