Unique, passionate and fun.
Future Fossil has been building games applications for a number of purposes for the last three years. The team provides complete development service from concept to publishing. If you would like to discuss a game idea that you have, please get in touch.
A mobile F2P game for Android and iOS.
High Steaks was our first title. The game was released in 2013 and showcases our ambition and ability to produce games for all ages. Within the game a number of technical competencies are shown, from in-app purchasing and advertising to optimised visuals and social media integration. High Steaks will always be a part of Future Fossil history and marks a point from which the business has grown and matured in the passing years.
A Creative Scotland funded game exploring the concept of 'Passive Gaming'.
The Climb underlines our ability to create and explore new concepts, enjoy what we do and to contribute to the creative landscape of the games industry. This game was created to explore the idea of 'Passive Gaming' - a term coined to describe a method of interaction which allows a player to contribute to a game without needing to subscribe to the traditional relationships on which games rely. The Climb utilises wifi technology to allow users to generate content for a game through their presence alone. An individual with a wifi enabled phone is able to create a random character without ever having to install an app, turn on a service or pick up a controller.
A Year of Change
An education app for Dundee City Council.
A Year of Change was designed by Future Fossil in partnership with Dundee City Council to educate on the changes to the benefits system with the introduction of Universal Credit. The game showcases simple user input and a non-traditional application of game structures in order to educate on an important subject. This product is now available to nine councils across Scotland and has had more than 6000 responses from people playing the game.
A digital companion game for Game Dr. Ltd. to educate on bacteria and antibiotic resistance.
Bacteria Combat: Lite, released in 2015, is a game designed to teach players about bacteria and bacteria resistant drugs. The is a new digital spin on the old popular classic of top trumps. Designed and created by Carla Brown, Scientist and self confessed sciencegamer.
A digital companion to the Solve-It-Blocks education product.
Solve-It-Blocks was an app developed to support a physical education product. Future Fossil undertook development of the app and included in-app purchases to allow users to unlock more levels for the game.
Ouroboros is a game designed by BAFTA 'Young Game Designer 2015' winner Jack Reynolds, his game is about a futuristic robot that must die in order to progress through the level. The completed game was shown at Abertay University on the 23rd of October 2015 to the patron of BAFTA, Prince William.