Sidhe’s smashing game

Wellington-based game production studio Sidhe Interactive has launched its self-published title Shatter onto the Playstation Network, a game which combines classic brick-breaking with the latest effects and a fully scored soundtrack by Wellington multi-instrumentalist Jeremiah Ross aka Module. Colorado news site examiner.com reviews the game and says that Shatter is a “must buy”. “Older generations of brick and paddle gamers will enjoy Shatter along with casual gamers. Innovative ball manipulation and boss stages presents a new depth to a once un-dimensional genre.” Sidhe Interactive has also worked on games such as Speed Racer (Wii/PS2), Melbourne Cup Challenge (PS2/Xbox/PC) and King Arthur (PS2/Xbox) amongst others.


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Xero Founder Rod Drury Back with New Start-Up

Xero Founder Rod Drury Back with New Start-Up

Xero founder and former CEO New Zealander Rod Drury is back in the tech scene with a new venture, Atomic.io. It is his first software-as-a-service investment since stepping down from the…