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Food Boy's Christmas Feast Released!
Posted by Todd on December 13, 2013, 7:53pm
We have just released a new Christmas-themed Food Boy game. In true Food Boy fashion, you must eat all of the food while avoiding the bombs to try for the high score. What better way is there to pass the time while waiting for Christmas day to arrive?
Head on over to the Food Boy's Christmas Feast project page for info and links.
WordLeap for Android Released!
Posted by Todd on December 05, 2013, 10:58am
We've just released v1.1 of WordLeap, which includes a few bug fixes along with a port to Android. The Android port will work on any device running Android 2.3 or later using ARMv7-A or compatible architecture.
If you have already purchased the game, the Android port will appear in the Purchased Downloads section of the WordLeap project page.
You can also get the game from Google Play (demo version here).
Head over to the WordLeap project page for download links and info.
Posted by Todd on September 29, 2013, 12:04am
It's been a while since we've put out a new game. WordLeap is an arcade action vocabulary game where your goal is to score points by making rare words. There are several game modes, each with its own play style, which should provide something enjoyable for every type of player.
The game is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. A free demo is provided so you can try the game out. The game may be purchased for $1.00, which gives you access to the full version and soundtrack downloads.
Download links and info are available on the WordLeap project page.
The Devil 1.2.1 and Soundtrack Released
Posted by Todd on May 02, 2013, 9:31pm
ptitSeb ported The Devil to the OpenPandora a few weeks back and I've been working with him to make changes to the game to accommodate that platform. While working on it, I went ahead and fixed several deficiencies as well.
The most notable changes are a new Display Options menu for configuring the display, more in-depth configuration for analog controllers, and improvements to the user interface. I also fixed a potential crash bug in the leaderboard code as well as made the game attempt to autodetect a dual analog controller if one is available. A full list of improvements is available in the changelog included with the game.
The game is available for Windows, Linux, and Mac, as always. Linux users can now get the Ubuntu i386 or amd64 package or get the source and build it as in previous releases. OpenPandora users can follow the provided link to get the game from the repository.
In addition, the soundtrack has been made available. Head over to The Devil's project page for more info and download links.
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