VooFoo Studios announce This Is Snooker featuring snooker legend, Stephen Hendry

VooFoo Studios and publisher Double Eleven today announced This Is Snooker, a genre-defining cue sports simulation featuring seven-time world snooker champion, Stephen Hendry, will be coming soon to PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, the Nintendo Switch console and Windows PC.…

FULLSYNC’s Christmas Giveaway #2

One giveaway down, and some festive cheer spread. But that’s not enough for us here at FULLSYNC. We want to spread some more festive cheer, and give more of you lovely people a chance to get your hands on another…

Mantis Burn Racing giveaway

To coincide with our Q&A with Shaun Read, Creative Director at VooFoo Studios, we’re giving one lucky person the chance to win themselves a copy of their top-down racer, Mantis Burn Racing, plus all of the currently released DLC. The giveaway is…

Exclusive Q&A with VooFoo Studios

So our second Q&A of the year has arrived, and with it comes an awesome giveaway which you can find HERE. But before you go to try and grab a copy of VooFoo’s Mantis Burn Racing plus all its DLC, why…

Switching up the pace: Mantis Burn Racing review

The Nintendo Switch has gathered much more respect than its unfortunate predecessor, the Wii U. In fact, the Wii U was dumped by a lot of people (including developers) almost immediately, while the Switch showed a lot of promise and…

Mantis Burn Racing drifting onto Switch at 60fps

Having gotten to grips with the Switch’s hardware, VooFoo Studios have announced today that when their popular top-down racer Mantis Burn Racing comes to the Switch, it’ll be able to consistently achieve 60fps. And that’s on both TV and handheld mode. Pretty impressive right? Not…

Drive-by: BATTLE CARS DLC review

Having just reviewed Mantis Burn Racing by VooFoo Studios, it’s time to get our hands on their BATTLE CARS DLC. Now with most racing games, DLC brings little more than a few new cars, maybe a handful of new tracks and really, that’s about…

Setting the pace: Mantis Burn Racing review

I can’t remember the last top-down racer I played but the one that sticks in the mind more than any has to be the classic Micro Machines series that was so popular in the 90s. It was such a simple concept, using…