Talk:Backflip Studios

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Notability[edit]

This article is about a video games company with high notability. They created one of the most iconic and popular games on the iPhone platform--paper toss--and many other notable apps. This is a notable company. ISmashed TALK! 20:34, 24 December 2009 (UTC)

Speedy Declined[edit]

A little research shows that there are some hits out there for the company. The moconews citation was carried by the Washington Post [1], the review of Ragdoll Cannon in Salon spends slightly more than incidental time on the company, [2], Venture Beat (I think this article was cited) [3], etc. The [4] gNews results showed that this isn't the slam dunk deletion that a CSD should be. Vulture19 (talk) 20:38, 24 December 2009 (UTC)

EDIT My bad, the more restrictive gNews search "Backflip Studios" shows less hits.[5] However, the ones in there are still the ones I referenced above, and those were the ones that caused be to decline the speedy.Vulture19 (talk) 20:42, 24 December 2009 (UTC)

Missing Apps? Paper Toss 2.0 For Starters.......[edit]

Why isn't Paper Toss 2.0 on the list? When it first came out, it was just an updated version with more levels. Now the current version (for Android at least) has a few more levels but also two new features that both include the "paper point system." You can use your score to buy "stuff", power ups to help your shots and items to throw other than wads of paper. Such as tomatoes which is the first item you can buy, and others include bananas, footballs, watermelons, and many others. And each consecutive shot you make adds multiplier bonuses to your score. Also in a few of the levels such as the first one the "Boss" and the cubicle, there is more than one shot you can shoot the projectile in. In the cubicle, aside from the trash can there is a cup of coffee on the right side of the screen. On the Boss level, there is a coffee cup on the desk towards the left. There is the basket in the middle of the screen on the right side of the desk. And the third is in the aquarium on the far right side. It's hard to see but there is an open treasure chest to the far right. Sometimes if your shot goes to the left in the tank, the fish will move it towards the chest unintentionally. Trick shots are also possible on some of these levels, with bonus points for making the trick shot. Aidensdaddy2k9 (talk) 23:25, 20 May 2013 (UTC)

Plundernauts is missing as well as Dwarven Den and more. As a company, they seem to come out ith many many games. Probably best to just list their top games instead each game they come out with?75.147.132.249 (talk) 21:26, 16 July 2014 (UTC)