App created by Sussex alumni hits UK number one

The game is available on the App Store and Google Play

A mobile game created by alumni of Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence at the University of Sussex hit number one on the UK app store during it’s launch week.

The game, Tiny Striker, was created by Fat Fish Games, who were established by David Lane and Jonasson Lochner who attended Sussex and graduated in 2004. Tiny Striker: World Football had been downloaded 750,000 times within the first five days after it’s release. It hit number one in the UK App Store’s Free Games charts, and became the number one Sports game in 42 countries.

The game is an action football game with the goal of, well, goals. It’s easy to play, fast-paced and can be download for free on the App Store, or Google Play.

You can check out a trailer here;

Tiny Striker

The fastest, cutest lil' game of soccer you'll see all week.

Posted by App Store on Thursday, February 23, 2017

This new success adds to the collection of succesful games created by Fat Fish Games, including; Bubble Heroes, Tiny Striker, Tiny Goalie, Tiny Touchdown, Tiny Tennis and QuBe. The developers were also named best indie game developer in the UK in the Appsters Awards.