We’re delighted to announce that our latest major release, Highrise Word Heroes, is now available for iOS! And the great news is, it’s FREE!

It’s been a long time in development, and we’ve poured a lot of love into it. We hope you enjoy playing it as much as we enjoyed creating it!

The towering word-game that fits in your pocket! Following a sudden earthquake, Seb must escape a crumbling skyscaper. Along the way he will make some intriguing new friends, and together they might just unravel the sinister origins of the ‘quake, assuming they can evade the mysterious stalker in close pursuit…

Starting at the top and working down, the game’s 90+ levels take place inside the skyscraper. The player creates words on a grid of letters and obstacles, clearing a path for Seb and friends to descend. Strategy is the key to success

The game features an epic soundtrack by Gavin Harrison, a riveting story by acclaimed novelist Rosanne Rivers, and boasts 90+ levels and 60+ additional challenges.

This game can be played completely for free (with adverts). It can optionally be upgraded to premium with an in-app purchase.

iOS App Store link. Google Play Store link. Amazon Appstore for Android link.

.NOON. has arrived!

Tap on NOON. Stop the clocks. Rack up points. Challenge your friends.

About .NOON.

The latest game from Fallen Tree Games, .NOON. is a quick-fire test of nerve and reflexes. The gameplay is easy to pick up: Simply tap each clock as it strikes noon. But stay focused – because things soon get demanding! Best of all, .NOON. is completely free, and doesn’t ask for any purchases in-game. Instead, we serve occasional adverts outside of game sessions.


Brighton Develop, and an unexpected Apple Feature!

The Conference.

Taking a break from development on our latest – and unannounced – project (‘it’s nearly done – honestly’!), last week Joe and I headed down to sunny Brighton. It was once again home to the the UK’s biggest game development conference, DEVELOP, and we jumped at an opportunity to socialise with 1600 game developers (that is a lot of beards), learn from some of the speakers, play some of their latests projects, and stroll on the pier. Little did we know what surprise lay in store for us…


The famous Brighton pier