Slamjet Stadium for iPad

Multiplayer havoc for iPad

Download from the App Store

Slamjet Stadium - available in the App Store-

"This is anarchic, free-wheeling indie gaming at its finest, and shows just how far a bit of innovation can go"

Gold Award - PocketGamer

"A fantastic example of the kind of innovative gaming that could only really work on a touch based tablet"


"Tons of action-packed twists every way you turn, and that frantic addictiveness of a great arcade game"

"[a] chaotic maelstrom of hands and laughter"
The Guardian

"Alistair Aitcheson’s air-hockey remix is scrappy, silly sporting madness."
EDGE Online

"It’s impossible to describe how much chaos can be involved and how competitive games can get"CalmDownTom

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Take on your friends in the 22nd Century's wildest sport! Share an iPad and fight for victory in the game where pushing, shoving and stealing each other's characters isn't just allowed... it's encouraged!

Or take on the computer and battle a gauntlet of challengers from across the galaxy. It's fast, it's hectic, it's non-stop edge-of-your-seat physics-based action!

Break the rules - beat your friends

Based on an ancient 20th Century sport known as "football" the Slamjet Stadium tournament is the hottest event of the galactic calendar. Arenas are filled with deadly saws, mysterious wormholes and ridiculous power-ups, and only the fastest and toughest can win!

But in the year 2113 shadowy figures from Earth's past lie in the background, plotting a mysterious plan which only the champion can stop...

Slamjet Stadium is the brand new game from Alistair Aitcheson, indie developer behind Eurogamer Indie Arcade finalist Greedy Bankers vs The World.

Incredible characters

Crazy characters!


  • Play single-player against the computer or multiplayer against your friends
  • Jump into 9 bizzarre arenas featuring wormholes, flame traps and vicious sawblades
  • Command six unique teams from across the galaxy
  • Take on three challenging single-player leagues
  • Activate incredible power-ups including deadly rage power, chilling ice blocks, powerful gales and explosive mines
  • GameCenter leaderboards and achievements

Recruit some extra friends to join your side! Grab your opponents' hands and push them out of the way - it's the game where anything goes!

Available now from the App Store


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View the PRESS KIT

Getting Physical With Slamjet Stadium (Interview)
148Apps, 5 March 2013

Alistair Aitcheson talks Slamjet Stadium - your next local multiplayer addiction on iPad
PocketGamer, 28 January 2013

ConsoleNinjas Podcast Interview Episode 18
18 February 2013

Greedy Bankers dev bringing futuristic footy-esque sports title Slamjet Stadium to iPad
PocketGamer, 17 January 2013

Preview with Trailer and Screenshots
ArcadeSushi, 17 January 2013

IndieEye: Introducing Slamjet Stadium
Final Boss Fight, 30 December 2013


Alistair Aitcheson's Website

Developer Blog

Developer's Twitter feed - @agAitcheson

Greedy Bankers vs The World


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By Alistair Aitcheson

Programmer, artist and animator behind the Greedy Bankers games for iOS devices. A Eurogamer Indie Arcade finalist and one of Develop Magazine's 30 Under 30 of 2011.

Based in Wiltshire, UK, Alistair operates as a one-man indie studio and has a passion for foul play and encouraging players to get competitive over a shared touch-screen.

His development history goes back to 2001, and in addition to programming he does all his own art and animation.

Alistair started his studio straight out of university, after graduating with a 1st class Masters in Mathematics from the University of Warwick.

A keen writer and public speaker, Alistair has written guest articles for and, and given talks at events including Develop Conference in Brighton, and the TIGA Mobile and Tablet Games Conference.

To find out more about his work, visit his website or contact him at

Alistair Aitcheson, game developer