We Make Amazing
Tea Games Every Day.
At Teaboy Games we have a passion for original and unique mobile games design, and a great brew of course. Focusing on simple yet satisfying gameplay, we pride ourselves on making beautiful arcade-style games that appeal to all ages, regardless of gaming experience. We’re committed to constantly improving and learning from our peers. Essentially, we’re all teaboys.
A Short History
In late 2014 the Teaboy trio, Aidan, Frazer and Scott, met on the games incubator programme ‘GamesHub’. The scheme headed by Steven Huckle (Shark Infested Custard) is a free course to help creative individuals get into the games industry, regardless of their experience. As a team of fresh faced graduates they grabbed this opportunity with both hands, absorbing as much information as possible from their peers. And thats how they landed on the name Teaboy, that and their collective love of a good brew.
With only a six month term ahead of them, the team knew they wanted to have something more than a demo by the end and settled on developing an arcade style game for the mobile platform. A reaction to both their interests and also current market trends. They ended up with Fallen, a simple reaction game. Conceived from brainstorming the most simple games, such a childs block and hole game. At the end of their six month term, even their peers were impressed with their progress. Having taken advice from the likes of Lee Stott (Microsoft), Mark Ogilvie (Jagex) and Ian Turnbull (Square-Enix), their title Fallen was garnering interest from various parties. In the weeks following, the good news kept flowing – and upon release Fallen was featured by Apple in ‘Best New Games’ in 100+ regions. After displaying at Norwich Games Festival, the team were invited to display at the massive BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend in Norwich and featured on BBC News, Mashable and Tech Radar.
Teaboy has since delivered a variety of projects, focusing on mobile game development with clients including Essex University, Mercury Theatre, Colchester Roman Circus Museum and even Essex Police.