We have yet again updated our underlying website technology to be more modern. This has several benefits for you, as it comes with some added privacy features. This new version of the website has no need for cookies or any kind of tracking (we never wanted to track anything anyway), so browse in peace knowing that nothing is being traced. It also should be even faster to navigate now. For us, these updates make the website much easier (and cheaper) to maintain.
Dungeon Crawler is a simple roguelike game created for a hack-a-thon. Traverse the infinite floors of the dungeon with naught but your sword and seek to collect as many gold coins as possible. Enemies are randomized and become more difficult as you advance further into the dungeon. There is no escape; you fight until you die!
Sometimes games do not make the cut. Maybe there wasn’t time to finish them or maybe they didn’t meet our standards of quality. Perhaps they are just too old and dated for this modern era. Regardless of the reason, they are relegated to the graveyard. Now you can visit the graveyard to see some relics of the past.
Conway’s Game of Life is a zero player game that was created by British mathematician John Horton Conway many decades ago. The game was meant to simulate life with interesting and unpredictable results. It has fascinated people time and again with the many patterns that can be found within. Now, you can enjoy the Game of Life with our version. Born from a hack-a-thon and written in Go, the Game of Life comes alive with bright and vibrant color options.
BreakIt has been out of the App Store for some time now, due to it never being updated for anything later than iOS 4. We did, however, faithfully remake the game using Unity. It can now be enjoyed on your computer in all its former glory (and a much higher resolution)!
The website redesign is finally done, for better or for worse. We prefer to think of this as an improvement, despite everything looking relatively the same. There has not been a lot of activity around here and we are hoping to see more updates in the near(ish) future. The changes to the website platform will allow us to provide updates on our progress without manual hacking of HTML pages, leading to more frequent updates.
Every once in a while, it becomes necessary to update our website to ensure it is functional and modern. Right now, we are in the process of updating to a different platform and hosting solution. This should allow us to provide future updates on a more frequent basis. In the meantime, please bear with us as we go through a transition to a new look and iron out all the kinks.