New levels for Angry Apes

  • Posted on: 20 January 2012
  • By: Jacob

One of the new levels recently added to Angry Apes

We've been hearing users cry "Great game! ...but now I've done all available levels. When are next levels coming?" This week we released an update to the Angry Apes game, which added 5 new levels. This makes a total of 48 levels of Angry Apes fun, for Android and Blackberry Playbook, with even more levels on the way soon!

Angry Apes top selling app for Blackberry Playbook

  • Posted on: 25 August 2011
  • By: Jacob

Angry Apes in the Number 1 position in the Top Selling category, on the Blackberry App World for PlaybookWoohoo! In less than a week since it's release, Angry Apes has reached the number 1 position in the Blackberry App World for Playbook in the Top Purchased category. For a few days it was hanging out at number 2 position, but now, since yesterday, it's been showing up as the number 1 position in the Top Purchased category!

Angry Apes - New Game for Android, Enters Beta Testing

  • Posted on: 30 July 2011
  • By: Jacob

Angry Apes

We've just released a new game onto the Android Market for beta testing! The game is called Angry Apes, and the story line is based around some apes who get their bananas stolen by some toucan birds, and the apes attempt to get their bananas back and scare away the birds.

Mobile Apps coming for Android, iOS, and Blackberry Playbook

  • Posted on: 31 March 2011
  • By: Jacob

AccelerMedia is now actively developing mobile apps for Android, iOS (iPhone and iPad), and Blackberry Playbook. Very soon, you'll see a fun new game for Blackberry Playbook, and Android (phones and tablets), and  even iOS devices. We're don't want to give out all the details yet, but aiming to release it simultanously across all devices (or as close to simultanous as possible).

Check back soon for more details!

Palm OS to Android: app replacments

  • Posted on: 24 February 2011
  • By: Jacob

I used to use a Palm Treo as my main mobile device, but I've since replaced it with an Android device. I found it interesting to see other people's replacement of apps, and I thought it might be usefull to others to know some of the Android equivalents I've found to my old Palm OS apps. Thus, this list: