Doodle Jump comics now available in Me Books! by James Huggins


As part of our continuing partnership with the utterly brilliant comic book publisher Dynamite we're thrilled to be launching the new Doodle Jump comics on our Me Books platform.

Based on the hugely successful app of the same name, our jump-inclined hero 'Doodler' has landed on a mysterious wintry world — and an inhospitable one, at that! Can he dodge killer penguins and weather the storm? Find out in this charming first issue, written by Meredith Gran (Adventure Time: Marceline and the Scream Queens) with fantastic art by Steve Uy (Avengers Initiative, JSA Classified).

Check out the Doodle Jump comic on Me Books

Tale Spin - Choose your own picture book adventure by James Huggins

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Tale Spin is a project we've had squirrelled away for almost a year now and we thought it might be interesting to show you. We unveiled the video below to the public for the first time at the recent Children's Media Conference in Sheffield.

As with most of the digital storytelling projects we work on we wanted Tale Spin to be a simple, playful format that deliberately had one foot planted in print books and the other in digital. We have no plans to release Tale Spin in the near future but if we have a few rainy days in succession, who knows?

Ori and the Blind Forest - Moon Studios by James Huggins

Ori and the Blind Forest is a stunning platform game for PC and XBox from the talented folk at Moon Studios. The format is, in their own words, evocative of a 'Metroidvania style platform game with Zelda-like RPG elements thrown in' but with a very clear emphasis on narrative, atmosphere, breathtaking imagery and animation. Yep we've been enjoying the trailer below an awful lot this afternoon and no doubt you will too!

Remember the first time you played Zelda or Metroid when you were a child? We hope that years from now people will also remember the first time they got to play Ori and the Blind Forest.
— Moon Studios