We’ve been working on a project for a while and we want to share a little bit about it.
Called Pixelrama, the is a game about positioning paint-carrying puzzle pieces to form a beautiful yet simple pixel art drawing. Think as a mix of Picross and the classic jigsaw games. Maybe it’s better to show a (really) early-stage GIF of it:
The game is going to follow the same minimalist aesthetic of Piques, but this time around, with a little more of a zen gameplay.
Currently, we have in mind an Android and Desktop release. We would love to have it also for iOS but we need to wait for the project to move forward and check if there is interest enough in the game for us to invest in Apple devices.
We plan on posting small progress updates in this very blog and also some tidbits over Twitter and Facebook, so follow us there as well.
So stay tuned for more info and thanks for reading!
Your organs are unstable and may stop working at any time, causing then to lose health rapidly. It is your job, then, to restore them to full health by correctly using the corresponding input for each organ.
Each individual task is relatively easy to execute, but don’t underestimate the capacity to be overwhelmed. If any organ health reaches zero it fails and you lose the game. You can start over from the beginning of the same level though. There are 6 levels in total.
You’re a broke musician trying to get by. Day after Day. Bill after bill. You must play in subway stations to get enough money to pay for your daily expenses.
To aggravate your situation, the city you live in does not allow artists to play in subway stations, so you need to keep an eye open for the guards. If they get you, it’s the end of the day. If you see or hear one of those guys, RUN! You can also take the metro to lose them.
Your expenses are deducted from your money at the end of each day, which occurs when the timer on the bottom left runs out. The expenses increase in a daily basis, so play your heart out to get the best tips.
Each subway station has a different public, with different taste in music. You need to look out for the right genre to play.
Displaced is an action adventure game set in a distant future where humans settled in other planets. You are the Captain of your own ship. Unfortunately, it ran out of fuel after a recent skirmish, and fell in a suburb planet nearby, making you black out on the impact.
Explore and speak with the locals to help you find out what happened to your crew while you were blacked out, and try to fix your ship by finding what happened to the cargo it held.
It’s a game where you have to pose the robot by moving its limbs with the mouse to avoid fall into the pit!
There are 15 very challenging levels.
We DARE you to become the MASTER of Do Robots Dream About Yoga!
We heard you. You want it a quick mode so you could play it at those very short idle times. And we’re working on it!
Piques will have a Classic and Quick game modes now, where Classic is the game you all guys already know and the Quick will be the new time-based mode.
In the Quick mode, hitting red objects will make you lose points instead of piques, because piques will be reducing over time. So you have to be really quick and accurate to beat a highscore. The mode is complete and we’re just playing around with it for balancing. We plan to release it to the beta testers very soon and if we get no surprises, we will make it public as soon as possible. Along with the mode we will try to include some new achievements too.
In this release we’ll also include a “night mode” for playtime in dark environments, so your eyes will not bleed anymore trying to play while in bed. We care about your health. 🙂