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Hello everyone!

As you may have noticed, Press A For Achievements, has a new name.

We thought long and hard about this, and decided that a name change was necessary and better for the game.

We didn't want to be associated with trophy grabs (no shade), and wanted a name that truly represented our game.

So, welcome SUPER 56!

The premise of the game is the same as before, a 56 mini-game collection which challenges players to get through as many stages as possible using a single controller button. Gameplay increases in intensity as the player passes each stage and players gain coins and XP. Earn mod-stones to mix up gameplay and make your next play-through a little bit more challenging, easier, or rewarding!

you can watch the brand new trailer here, you may recognise some ol' favourites, as well as some new ones...

We're hoping to release SUPER 56 early next year, so stay tuned for more updates as the release date gets closer.

For now you can wishlist the game on Steam :

Please let us know your thoughts!

Amy & Andy

Hello everyone!

It's been a while since out last update, but we have something exciting to share, our newest game,

Press A For Achievements

At least 50 stages will be included at launch spanning an eclectic range of gaming genres including karting, fishing, archery, typing, photography, dating sims, monster catching and many more.

Some familiar faces may also be popping in to say hi...

About Press A for Achievements

Players compete against the clock through as many stages as they can before their lives run out. Unlockable Mod Stones act as buffs/debuffs which make each run through different, some Mod Stones add extra lives, others affect the combo multiplier or the game speed.

A career screen tracks players’ high scores, medals and achievement progress for each stage and the leaderboard shows how well the player has done compared to the whole world or their Steam friends.

Coins are littered throughout the stages which can be used to purchase customisation items and also hints and tips from other players. These tips might be useful, or they may just be for trolling, either way they lead players to experiment in different ways to approach the stages. XP progression adds a further dynamic to the game which comes with its own set of unlockable rewards.


  • At least 50 stages to master, with each stage full of references, homages, ridiculous humour

  • At least 50 achievements to find hidden throughout the game

  • Collect medals for each stage and track these along with your Personal Best in the career screen

  • Use your Mod Stones to mix up the rules of the game and keep it interesting

  • Steam leaderboard integration lets players compare their scores with the world or their Steam friends

  • Character profiles and Mod Stones are displayed alongside the leaderboard score so players can compare in more detail

  • Get new profile items from gift bags earned from leveling up or purchase items from the store using coins earned in game

  • A dynamic soundtrack that shifts in genre to match the stages and tempo of the game

Press A For Achievements is button mashing its way to Steam Q3 2022 and you can wishlist it NOW via the Steam store page:

Thanks everyone again for your support and we look forward to sharing more development with you all 😊😊😊

Hello everyone,

On 30th September we revealed a character intended for Nippon Marathon 2, a Canadian Mountie. What we didn't know was that the 30th September was Truth and Reconciliation Day - A Day that honours victims and survivors of Canada's residential schools, which sought to forcefully assimilate indigenous children in which the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) were involved.

Here is some more information on Truth and Reconciliation Day.

A member of our Discord channel brought this to our attention and we wish to make sure that Nippon Marathon remains a fun experience for everyone.

We're sorry, we were unaware of something that is very important to many families. Our ignorance is not an excuse and we have taken time to reflect upon this.

We want to ensure that Nippon Marathon and future games are fun for everyone and is never meant to be offensive. This has caused us to take a step back and evaluate all of our NM2 characters, as the last thing we want to do is cause offence. In the original Nippon Marathon, we never assigned nationalities and we made sure that all the characters were voiced by individuals of different races and gender. We take this all very seriously.

In regards to Benton and Tony, we will be withdrawing them from the NM roster.

If you or anyone you know are experiencing pain or distress as a result of their (or someone they knows) Residential school experience, then please get in touch with the Indian Residential School Survivors Society (

We made a donation to the IRSSS this afternoon, consider making a donation to the IRSSS too.

Everyone reading this should feel free to talk to me or Amy about this or anything else. We are a safe space and our door is always open.

You can DM us on our company Twitter (, my personal Twitter (, our discord (, or even via email (

Thank you

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