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Sweet Meteor of Death, the last game Apple will ever approve!

Hi everyone, we’re back with another hypercasual release.  We teamed up with the internet meme @SMoD2016 to bring you Sweet Meteor of Death: The Video Game as a hypercasual game.  Simple.  Summon a SMoD of your own and send it hurling to the earth as fast as possible.  Painless leaderboard ranks the top 10 scores […]

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In this crazy political climate, get Humped! For iOS and Android

With all the frustration and chaos that is this presidential election cycle, I found it therapeutic to express our angst with both candidates and what their elections represent we created this light hearted political game framed around a fictitious debate the two candidates are engaged in.  It’s available on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon App Store. […]

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Road Defender, Finger King and Controller Quest News

So many fronts! It’s been a good month. A lot of projects going on, it’s been incredibly rewarding to see so much progress on so many fronts.  Since several of the fronts we’re working on are in stealth mode, I wanted to focus on three particular fronts that I can give some updates on.   Road Defender We are continuing […]

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Using Gulp Task Manager To Startup Your Node / Mongodb Project

It was getting old opening a terminal each time I wanted to startup my node app. Now,  I realize it’s not THAT much work to plug a few commands into a few open terminal windows. But for a full time programmer….it matters. Every little second you can shave off ends up being semi large block […]

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Haxorz and Ads and more, Oh My!

Our site got hacked (it’s ok now) I just went on vacation and noticed the other night that this site had been hacked!  All of the pages were affected.  It was concerning and of course an unpleasant experience to feel so vulnerable and exposed.  To the hackers credit, they didn’t do anything seriously destructive.  I […]

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Games for Health, Tizen and more

Catching Up It’s been anything but quiet around here as much as you wouldn’t be able to tell if you looked at how long it’s been since our last post.  This is really a lesson to me on why I just have to make time to blogging because otherwise I have so much to talk […]

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A Game For Good “Bee Active”

My wife works at Aveda and later this week they are doing an event that focuses on honeybees and the troubles they are facing.  This event is to help raise awareness and money to help with honeybee research and preservation as there are so many thing that Bees help with in nature and also directly […]

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Vanilla World of Warcraft, “so much fun I had to quit” and other news

Well I have to admit something.  My partner Roger dug around and found www.wow-one.com, the free World of Warcraft Vanilla version of WoW.  Vanilla referring to the original pre-expansion WoW that many of us got hooked on so many years ago.  I played semi-hard core over the years.  usually I’d play an expansion, get my […]

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Quantum Frame, Construct 2 and LiteTween

First of all I wanted to mention an exciting partnership with the creators of the Quantum Frame comic and video game. The game is a side scrolling shooter in the vein of R-Type and other similar games with their own unique power ups and setting.  You can learn more about it here.  In the near […]

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July, A month of good closure

This has definitely been a month of closure for us.  We had at one point four projects going simultanously. – One project is for MIT and that has effectively wound down over the last week or so.  We worked with Dave from Hybrid Mind Studios who was great to work with.  We look forward to more […]

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