About

We are a Wellington, New Zealand based iOS/Mac and sometimes Android development house. We have worked in mobile since 2001, and have extensive experience on Apple products. We currently work in the gaming, children’s education, productivity, and occasional enterprise application development. We are always available for advice, quotes, and insight to software development in New Zealand. (and elsewhere)

Six Foot Three Foot was founded in 1994 in San Jose, California by two friends. They began developing games for BBS networks. Their first game was “SpaceBoy and the Search of Vanilla Bean”, an adventure action game where a young astronaut is caught trying to save his albino gecko from atomic bees and exploding bananas. A couple years later the internet evolved and they made a few Java games for browsers.

In 2003, the first stab at commercial gaming was attempted by the duo. The first project released was a puzzle game for the Gameboy Advance called ‘Mojo Money Match’, unfortunately it never got a hold of a publisher. Since then the company has moved focus to applications that don’t require 3rd party publishing. They moved to mobile phone development, and published several games and applications for J2ME based phones. In 2007 the company went quiet, as the the founder Mike packed up and moved to the other side of the planet. In 2008 he was relocated in New Zealand, and started picking up development on some new projects.

In 2010 our first new game was released for the iPhone / iPod Touch. Mojo Video Poker is a collection of Vegas style video poker games. It features two modes of play, and 4 different games to play on each mode. With a lineup of more games, including a remake of our first game ‘Mojo Money Match’ are slated for release in 2010 and early 2011. Stay tuned, we may have been quiet, but we’ve been hard at work.

Six Foot Three Foot is now based in Wellington, New Zealand.

Our mascot is ‘Noob’ the little red one in the corner. Don’t mind the horns, she’s very personable.

Every company needs a mascot.

Noob