Pound Sand’s First Game Comes with Built-In Support for SteelSeries Nimbus, a Wireless Gamepad Controller Offering Console-Level Controls for AppleTV and  iOS

EL SEGUNDO, CA (DEC 10, 2015) – Pound Sand, a new studio founded by veteran video game developers from some of the biggest franchises in the industry, such as Medal of Honor®Battlefield ® and Call of Duty®, has released their first game, Fantastic Plastic Squad™, to iOS and Apple TV.

Fantastic Plastic Squad is a free-to-play, fast-paced third-person shooter in which players collect and control dozens of 1980s-style, five-inch-tall action figures that have come-to-life to battle against the nefarious Dr. Demonocle and his Legion of Goons. Players can choose between the heroic Cyber Squad, the noble HeroBots or the enchanting Glamazons to defend their home from the hordes of evil. Each figure is customizable with weapons and accessories, allowing for millions of possible combinations for players to create truly unique heroes to launch into battle.

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Have you seen HEX: Shards of Fate? You know… the Trading Card Game/MMO crossover title from Cryptozoic and Gameforge?

“What say you crazy PR man?” you’re thinking. “TCG + MMO? Tell me more!”

I know, I know. But don’t let me words ruin it. Watch the video above! And then go sign up to play for yourself at

What the heck are you waiting for?

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For some reason, we stopped talking about new clients for a while there. I don’t really know why. [Ed.: Maybe because some jerk hacked our site and crashed it every 4 days until we finally figured it out?] I mean, crowing about clients is S.O.P. for PR Agencies. Some even put out press releases to announce new clients. We don’t do that because a PR agency announcing PR agency stuff seems like some kind of perverted closed circle of publicity human centipededness. We don’t like that thought. At all.

BUT! We’re pretty stoked to be starting work with SOF Studios, in partnership with LVLUP Marketing, on their upcoming tactical military shooter H-Hour: World’s Elite. Read more

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Frontier’s massively multiplayer space epic arrives on Mac with PC/Mac crossplay and shared galaxy

Cambridge, UK. 12 May, 2015. Frontier Developments plc (AIM: FDEV) today launched Elite: Dangerous for Mac.

Available now through and Steam, Elite: Dangerous for Mac is the definitive massively multiplayer space epic, developed in-house for Mac OS using Frontier Developments’ proprietary COBRA game development technology.

With a single £39.99 (€49.99, $59.99) purchase on the store or Steam, players will unlock Elite: Dangerous for both PC and Mac, and can play as the same unique Commander on both platforms. Existing PC players will find Elite: Dangerous for Mac available on their Frontier account or Steam library as part of their original purchase. Read more