[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]
th January 2014
Kiss Ltd is pleased to announce that ‘
THE TRIBLOOS 2’, the sequel to the
best-selling time management game ‘The Tribloos’
launches on Steam this Thursday 30
th January 2014.
TRIBLOOS 2 is a time management game designed by
Andy Yates and Richard Bawden from indie dev team ‘The
Bumpkin Brothers’. The artwork was created by renowned game
artist John Dunn.
“Kiss has enjoyed a tremendous start to 2014 and with the
THE TRIBLOOS 2 on Steam, it is set to get
better”, commented Darryl Still, CEO Kiss Ltd.
“Working with the Bumpkin Brothers has been a pleasure and we
look forward to repaying their faith in us representing their great
“Despite being the work of a small team Tribloos 2 has a
long list of amazing features” noted Andy Yates,
“including 75 Brand New Levels; 5 Original Bonus Levels; 15
Challenge Levels; 20+ minutes Original Soundtrack and 20+
A DRM Free version will also be made available for a
Journalists interested in further information about Kiss Ltd,
The Bumpkin Brothers, or ‘
THE TRIBLOOS 2’, are invited to contact Kiss
Ltd by sending an email to
Alternatively, please visit
www.kiss-ltd.co.uk and website.
Follow Kiss on Twitter at @KissLtd.
About Kiss Ltd
Launched in 2012, Kiss Ltd is a full service digital
distribution management company, enabling the independent
development community to secure listings across multiple digital
retail sites. As a result of their rapid growth over the last
12 months, Kiss have recently add trade and consumer facing
marketing & PR support to their offering, further enhancing the
sales potential of their portfolio of titles.
About The Bumpkin Brothers
Founded in 2009, The Bumpkin Brothers are two coders from the
English countryside, Andy Yates and Richard Bawden. Initially they
were going to be a crime fighting duo but after failing to develop
any super-powers they decided that making computer games was more
fun. In addition to making games, they enjoy a spot of afternoon
tea and cake and playing Team Fortress.