One of our games is being released in this new series from Nintendo for the Gameboy Advance. More info in June’s Famitsu! Our DS game is coming along grand, and we’re looking forward to seeing people’s responses at E3.

We’ve been so busy recently we haven’t even be able to update Fumufumu-Q. Good news on all fronts though, we are in the final quarter of development for our Nintendo DS game which should be announced and playable at this year’s E3. We’re also still looking for skilled people in all fields to join us as we grow steadily.

Happy New Year!

Well, we’ve been pretty busy the past year so I thought it about time for an update. We’re about 10 months into development on a fairly big title that is due for launch next year, and we finished up our mini-game earlier in the year (watch this space for the launch announcement). We’ve also been busy on the PSP and there should be some interesting info about that over the next couple of months.

Oh yes, and there are over 20 of us at Q-Games now.

We moved and everything still works! Our new address can be found here. (click reload to refresh the map if necessary)

We’re proud to announce that we made two of the technical demos for Sony’s PSP presentation at E3 last week: More info here in Japanese (and a picture)

Hot off the presses: Q-Games will be moving offices on June 16th! We’ve found a nice place just north of our current office. More information as it comes.

Q-Games is pleased to announce Fumufumu-Q, an industry-insider source for news and commentary.

An interview with Q-Games has been published in Polygon magazine Issue 1.

It goes into the history of Q-Games founder Dylan Cuthbert and fellow Starfox creator Giles Goddard. Unfortunately you have to buy the magazine to read the article, although an excerpt can be found here.

Several interviews with Q-Games have been published.

Interview with Q-Games has been published on “B-ing Kansai …. ” site.
Interviews are collected from various types of business regarding their visions and strategies.

Another interview on the set-up of Q-Games and the background can also be found in Xen Games site

Q-Games’ web-site has been redesigned!

Our old look didn’t fit in with our new company logo and identity (see news below), so we re-designed the whole web-site using the themes and colours thought up by Butterfly Stroke Inc.