Announcing Demon’s Mirror

Hey everyone, I'd like to introduce my new game, Demon's Mirror!  The game is a roguelike deckbuilder with strategic puzzle elements thrown in.  Anyone who's a fan of Slay the Spire or Monster Train should dig it.  If you played and liked my other game, WarGames: WOPR, you'll be pleasantly surprised as parts of it have been brought back to life in Demon's Mirror. The [...]

By |2022-06-28T09:07:32-08:00June 4, 2021|0 Comments

WarGames: WOPR Now Available

Shall We Play A Game? Our 3rd title, WarGames: WOPR is now available on Apple's App Store and Android via Google Play and the Amazon Appstore. Step into the role of the iconic WOPR computer as you wage intense battles of Global Thermonuclear War against characters from the movie. Take on David Lightman (played by Matthew Broderick), Jennifer Mack (played by Ally Sheedy), McKittrick (played [...]

By |2022-06-28T09:08:24-08:00June 15, 2012|5 Comments

Are Your Blocks Droopy?

Droopy Blocks is now available for the iPad. It's the debut release from our friends over at Mechanical Butterfly Studios. You can tell a lot of time went into making this game even by just watching the intro video. The gameplay has a unique puzzling element to it where your goal for each level is to stretch a melted droopy block back into shape. It's [...]

By |2022-06-28T09:08:52-08:00February 2, 2012|0 Comments

Castle of Elite

Castle of Elite is a platform puzzle game made by Daniel Remar.  The controls use both the keyboard and mouse simultaneously and it works great.  The character is controlled by the keyboard and the mouse is used to place/destroy blocks.  There are a limited # of blocks you can pick up.  Once you have placed/destroyed a block you can't get it back.  It's like it went into [...]

By |2022-06-28T09:10:33-08:00February 2, 2008|0 Comments

Crayon Physics

It's one thing when you're able to draw on your computer screen using crayons, but to make a physics game out of it, wah woo wee woo.  Like many physics games out there you're in control of a ball.  In this case it's a crayon circle.  Your goal is to pick up all the stars on the screen by moving your ball over them.  There's a [...]

By |2022-06-28T09:10:37-08:00December 4, 2007|0 Comments
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