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Diadra Empty in Debut 4 bundle

Posted: Friday - August 30, 2013

The Debut 4 Bundle is out! The latest collection of Indie Royale games is now live. This week’s bundle features six great indie titles ranging from a block mining game via tower defense, adventure & shoot-em-up games to smashing the undead. There's also an extra unannounced bonus game still to come.


The little biplane that could flies again

Posted: Wednesday - July 25, 2012

The little biplane that could flies again - Flying Red Barrel is now available on Desura!


STEAM Summer Sale 2012 - Grab RA Titles and amazing prices

Posted: Friday - July 13, 2012

Its Summer and time to save some major cash. Right now grab Rockin' Android titles at amazing prices.


RA Holiday Sale! Up to 50% Off

Posted: Wednesday - November 23, 2011

Thanksgiving season is here! It's the time of year to be thankful for friends, family and Steam's and Rockin' Android's yearly sale!
Steam and Rockin' Android are rolling out their yearly sales the day before Thanksgiving, so you can get an early jump on some quality video game time while mom's cooking the turkey and stuffing.


Rockin' Android will be rocking out at COMIC CON - Booth #123

Posted: Sunday - July 17, 2011

We want some face time with our fans! Rockin’ Android will be at San Diego Comic-Con 2011 (booth #123) July 21-24, so make sure to visit us, ask questions, and play our games with other fans on our full size arcade machine!


The PlayStation Network’s service has returned! AoSXE code winners.

Posted: Saturday - June 4, 2011

On May 14th, the PlayStation Network’s service returned, but the PlayStation Store was not yet a part of the restored functionality. However, as of (June 1st), the PS Store has reopened! This means you can once again purchase and download Rockin’ Android’s selection of games and content from the PSN Store.


NEW Rockin' Podcast Episode 6: Q-Games (PixelJunk) interview

Posted: Thursday - April 28, 2011

Still haven’t downloaded Acceleration of SUGURI: X-Edition on PS3 via PSN? Now is your chance to do so, absolutely free. To celebrate our recent interview with Ariel Angelotti (of Q-Games and PixelJunk Radio) on our podcast, we will be giving away 10 codes to download AoSXE for free.


Interview with Shikou-san (creator of Crescent Pale Mist)

Posted: Friday - April 1, 2011

Shikou-san from ClassiC, creator of Crescent Pale Mist, took the time to answer a few questions about the game's development and more.


Japan needs our help! Red Cross Earthquake Fund

Posted: Saturday - March 26, 2011

Rockin' Android's friends and associates in Japan were blessed with being a safe distance from the earthquakes and tsunami, but many others were killed, injured, and left homeless. Japan needs help and it's only right we do our part.


PlayStation Network releases Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition for PlayStation®3!

Posted: Thursday - February 17, 2011

Hello, ladies and gentlemen! The trio is back; Enrique Galvez, Jody Mahler and Adam Milecki of Rockin' Android. Whew, it's been quite a year for us, and we're happy to announce we've got yet another great PlayStation Network release for you, Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition for PlayStation®3!


Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition Coming Soon to PS3!

Posted: Friday - February 4, 2011

Only 10 MORE DAYS until the cutest little fighter joins the ranks on the PlayStation®Network. Ever since the PC release in 2009, fans have been requesting to play Acceleration of SUGURI on a console system. And now, we are proud to announce that your requests have been fulfilled! We love doujin games and we're extremely thankful to the fans who have made our other titles such a success on the PlayStation®Network (Gundemonium Collection, Crescent Pale Mist and QLIONE Evolve)

Click ahead for more information on the exciting PS3 release of Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition (AoSXE)!


Happy New Year from Rockin' Android - AoSXE Sneak-Peek!

Posted: Wednesday - January 19, 2011

Thank you all for your continued support of Rockin' Android games. 2010 was a great year for us and we couldn't have done it without you. The transition from PC games to console systems was a huge undertaking for us, but thankfully our amazing staff was up to the task. While we focused mostly on the PlayStation®Network with games like Gundemonium Collection, Crescent Pale Mist and QLIONE Evolve, we have exciting announcements about Steam and Xbox 360 coming in the new year. So, get ready for more gaming goodness on all fronts in 2011!

Click ahead for a sneak peek of Acceleration of SUGURI X-Edition (AoSXE) exclusively rebuilt for the PlayStation®Network!


The Siliconera Rockin' Android fan interview

Posted: Wednesday - December 1, 2010

CPM publisher, Rockin' Android shares their thoughts with the fans about expanding beyond shooters with action games, RPGs, and maybe even visual novels in the future. Read more.


Qlione Evolves onto the PlayStation®Network

Posted: Wednesday - December 8, 2010

WHAT: Sony Online Entertainment and Rockin' Android join forces once more to launch Qlione Evolve, a bundle including the original Qlione and its sequel! Now available on the PlayStation®Network, Qlione Evolve takes players into a dangerous, microbe-eat-microbe world where they must dodge enemy assaults as they fight their way to the top of the ecosystem.



Posted: Saturday - November 6, 2010

Crescent Pale Mist blasts it's way on to to the PSN courtesy of Sony Online Entertainment and Rockin' Android.

WHAT: On November 10th, 2010, Sony Online Entertainment and publisher Rockin' Android will release the 2.5D side-scrolling adventure, Crescent Pale Mist on the PlayStation®Network. Crescent Pale Mist will retail for $5.99 on the PlayStation®Network.


Gundemonium Collection - The PS3 Attitude Review

Posted: Wednesday - July 7, 2010

Shoot 'em ups are a rare breed, especially on the PlayStation Network. Aside from the Soldner-X series there isn't much to satisfy fans of the genre. The Gundemonium Collection features three games: Gundemonium Recollection, GundeadliGne, and Hitogata Happa. These aren't your typical shmups either. You see, the Gundemonium games are referred to as bullet-hell shoot 'em ups. It's as crazy as it sounds, and just as difficult.


The Gundemonium Collection Review by Mash Those Buttons

Posted: Wednesday - July 7, 2010

Definition: Bullet Hell - (genre) A Japanese gaming sub-genre (of the shoot-em-up family) that is a tribute to a lineage of games such as Ikaruga, Gradius, Radiant Silvergun where there are so many bullets on screen that deft maneuvering, timing and skill are your only allies... While punishing those with poor reflexes with a swift and painful death via a rain of enemy fire.



Posted: Thursday - June 10, 2010

Sony Online Entertainment and Rockin' Android Bring First-Ever Doujin Games to the PSN

WHAT: On June 15, 2010, Sony Online Entertainment and indie video game developer Rockin' Android will release the Gundemonium Collection on the PlayStation®Network. The arrival of the Gundemonium Collection marks the first doujin, or Japanese-indie "bullet hell' shooter games to hit the PlayStation Network. The action packed Gundemonium Collection can be purchased as a bundle for $14.99 or each of the three titles, Gundemonium Recollection, GundeadliGne, and Hitogata Happa, will be available individually for $5.99.


Sony Online Entertainment And Rockin Android To Bring Japanese Indie-Style Games To The PlayStation Network

Posted: Saturday - May 1, 2010

Sony Online Entertainment LLC (SOE) and indie videogame developer Rockin' Android announced today a collaborative effort, in which the two companies will localize, produce and release doujin, or Japanese-style indie video games, for the PlayStation Network. The three titles scheduled for simultaneous release in June 2010 are Gundemonium Recollection, GundeadliGne, Hitogata Happa.


Direct2Drive & GamersGate

Posted: Saturday - March 13, 2010


Indie videogame publisher Rockin' Android partners up with Direct2Drive and Gamersgate, well-established digital distribution services (,, to carry and make available for download several localized doujin videogame titles licensed from Japan. The first indie title will be the Japanese fan-favorite hybrid shoot'em up/ fighter "SUGURI" - available now for download.