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Demo and Betas / SlideStomp
« on: August 21, 2014, 09:11:00 AM »
The Game:

Completely touch-aware control, it offer unique gameplay that challenge your reflexes with the impending storm of falling block; your duty is to "recharge power" sliding your finger on powerglobe and, then, slide back against the falling piece before they will crumple over the innocent ants!

More download option:Opera Mobile Store, Amazon App Store, 1mobile, Free Indie Games

Demo and Betas / Welkin Jaunt
« on: June 18, 2014, 09:34:09 PM »
Discontinued Shootem-up I hope will be back on someday

Demo and Betas / Triad of One
« on: June 16, 2014, 10:39:31 AM »
To1 is a in-between mix through novel game and RPG. You're supposed to lead three different character: and elf, a dwarf and undead in their mighty journey for a Mighty Fantasy Flick Adventure (MFFA for short)!
Problem is that... well, these three different character aren't really three but three bodies which split a single soul. But how can you rule three different bodies at once? Here's the trick, you just use the one in which qualities match your actual need.
An elven sorceress mind has better use to have better thinking? Use it for express Intelligence
Does the rotten body of an undead have all hurt perception nodes broken: use it for no remorse and or waste of self preservation: here's Dexterity!
Now, what it's only miss between the former two: skinny elf and rotten muscles anyone? Here's finally the dwarf which bring Strength!

You're required to take the role of this party of three in a whole and use INT, DEX and STR (good 'ol 320x240 times  ) for different task such as: find notorious (INT) and find secret (DEX) places, comply/lie (INT) or encourage (STR) the NPC you talk with, solve quest and, of course, battle*!

Currently I am at the "drafting phase"; I am no way a programmer so had to test what I can and what can-I-not

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