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9:00 PM on 01.15.2014

Hello Games is back in action after office flood

Even though Hello Games was quick to say everything would work out in the end, I'll admit to being worried about the studio behind Joe Danger and No Man Sky's when its Guildford, UK-based office was flooded over the holidays....

Jordan Devore


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12:30 PM on 01.15.2014

No Man's Sky's procedural algorithm surprised Hello Games

No Man's Sky is shaping up to be one of the most ambitious upcoming games, promising an infinite, procedurally generated universe to explore while being built by a small indie developer best known for the Joe Danger series. I...

Darren Nakamura



Review: Joe Danger Infinity photo
Review: Joe Danger Infinity
by Chris Carter

Joe Danger is a pretty massive hit for Hello Games. We loved the first game, we enjoyed the sequel, and in 2013 they brought the franchise to iOS. Now, Joe rides yet again on the mobile platform, but this time, he's shrunk down to Toy Story size and placed in a series of mini themed levels and races.

It's more of the same, but that should be enough for Joe fans.

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5:15 PM on 01.06.2014

Joe Danger Infinity coming to iOS January 9

The affable team behind Joe Danger and the exciting, upcoming No Man's Sky had its offices flooded over the holidays. We're talking, "a biblical amount." In fact, the water is apparently still rising as the team, relocated to...

Steven Hansen

3:30 PM on 12.26.2013

Hello Games office flooded over the holidays

The offices of Joe Danger and No Man's Sky developer Hello Games were flooded this week, as detailed in a series of tweets by the studio. "A river broke its bank nearby yesterday, and A LOT of water flooded in really qui...

Jordan Devore

12:00 PM on 12.19.2013

Joe Danger Infinity is a brand new iOS game

Hello Games is probably riding on a cloud right now. After announcing No Man's Sky the internet pretty much exploded, and everyone can't wait to see what it can offer. But the studio isn't forgetting its humble roots, as...

Chris Carter

10:00 PM on 12.18.2013

Joe Danger 1 and 2 coming to the PlayStation Vita in 2014

Joe Danger 1 and 2 is continuing its gaming platform tour with the next stop being on the PlayStation Vita. We knew this was happening back in August, but we have some additional info according to VG247. Hello Games is kind o...

Hamza CTZ Aziz



No Man's Sky has me excited for the next gen photo
No Man's Sky has me excited for the next gen
by Steven Hansen

The highlight of the VGX, aside from Joel McHale's unrelenting irreverence, was the unexpected, unlikely No Man's Sky from the creators of Joe Danger.

Much of the afternoon centered around content that was not particularly new or different. A Borderlands game in Telltale's signature style. A PS4 and Xbox One port of Tomb Raider, which came out early this year. Cranky Kong's reveal for Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, which was supposed to already have been out this year, before a delay. More trailers for games we've already seen. Was there anything new in that Destiny trailer? I couldn't tell. "I think the bikes are new," Max Scoville said. I must have blinked because I didn't see them.

No Man's Sky was exciting. It's new. A new IP. It has an apostrophe in its name. Even the name feels slightly antagonistic set against the backdrop of the hollow, sterile, sheet-metal sound stage that was the show. The title has multiple words. It's shows you the sky, but is clear you have no claim to stake.

I sat down with developer Hello Games before the reveal and got a lot more context on the ambitious project -- an infinite space fantasy.

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6:56 PM on 12.07.2013

Explore the stars in Hello Games' No Man's Sky

The makers of Joe Danger are back with a completely different type of game. No Man's Sky is a procedural exploration title that debuted at the Spike VGX awards. It looks freakin' incredible. Hello Games' Sean Murray dropped ...

Jordan Devore

3:00 AM on 07.11.2013

Joe Danger Touch on sale, new mode added

Joe Danger Touch for the iOS is now on sale! You can grab  it for $0.99/£0.69, 66% off the normal price. As for everyone that already owns the game, you can go and update it for the a new mode called the Calendar T...

Hamza CTZ Aziz

5:00 PM on 06.28.2013

PC Port Report: Joe Danger 1 & 2

Joe Danger and Joe Danger 2: The Movie are such great games. I played the crap out of both of them on the consoles, and am still really happy that they have arrived on PC as well. Some new features have been added, including ...

Patrick Hancock





2:30 PM on 06.19.2013

Joe Danger teams up with TF2 and Minecraft for PC version

Joe Danger and Joe Danger 2: The Movie will be out on Steam starting June 24. The ability to share levels through Steam Workshop sounded like the real draw until I heard about Hello Games' collaboration with Valve and Mojang...

Jordan Devore

2:00 AM on 03.13.2013

Joe Danger 2: The Movie free for PS Plus subscribers

PlayStation Plus subscribers can treat themselves to last year's wonderful Joe Danger 2: The Movie on the house (normally $14.99) as the gorgeous, expanded Excitebike-alike makes its way to the service’s giant list of f...

Steven Hansen



Review: Joe Danger Touch photo
Review: Joe Danger Touch
by Chris Carter

Joe Danger was the definition of a perfect downloadable game. It was reasonable priced, it was tons of fun, and it was packed with content.

Naturally, since a lot of other people felt the same, a Special Edition version of the game and a full sequel were produced -- now, we're onto Joe Danger Touch, as Hello Games seeks to resonate with the non-console crowd.

The real test for the studio, however, is to make the game not only appealing to newcomers, but to fans of old as well.

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4:00 PM on 10.05.2012

Joe Danger 2 PSN dated, exclusive content detailed

As promised by Hello Games, the recently announced new PlayStation Network version of Joe Danger 2: The Movie with bonus content is coming out real soon. North America is getting it on Tuesday, October 9 for $14.99, while Eur...

Jordan Devore



Friday Night Fights: Win a code for Joe Danger SE! photo
Friday Night Fights: Win a code for Joe Danger SE!
by Mr Andy Dixon

While cleaning out the fridge here at FNF HQ, we stumbled upon three extra codes for Joe Danger: Special Edition on Xbox LIVE! And being the generous people that we are, we decided to give them away to you lovely ladies and lads!

Anyone who owns Joe Danger SE will be treated to extra costumes and Easter eggs in Joe Danger 2: The Movie (out today!), so this is a perfect time to get your hands on this gem. To win one of the codes, all you have to do is participate in a Friday Night Fight tonight! You can either host a game yourself (leave a comment with your details if you aren't already on the schedule) or hop into someone else's match -- the choice is yours! Then, after the match is over, just pop back in here and give us a quick recap of what went down, and at the end of the night three of you will randomly be awarded with a code. Easy as pie!

So what are you waiting for? Go play something!

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