We know it has been a while since we posted here, and since we have show off any of our new projects. And we have a new an wonderful surprise for you. We are proud to announce our upcoming title RageBall. This is the sports game to end all sports games. RageBall is a new two-dimensional sports game that simulates tennis. The player controls an in-game paddle by moving it vertically across the left side of the screen, and can compete against either a computer-controlled opponent or another player controlling a second paddle on the opposing side. Players use the paddles to hit a ball back and forth. The aim is for each player to reach ten points before the opponent; points are earned when one fails to return the ball to the other. It has been compared to Pong, the classic sports game, however at a much faster pace. RageBall has different playing fields with obstacles in the center that will be different on each level. Also the players will have three different paddles to choose from, where each paddle has different attributes. We have been showing RageBall at various conventions around the United States with great reception. RageBall is coming out for the Wii U in 2017, as well as the Ouya, iOS, Android, and Blackberry. We will try to keep you updated on new information on RageBall.
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Currently we have a few titles that are in production. One title that has been generating a lot of buzz is Oop Boy. This is a game that will be released hopefully for the Ouya as well as online and Steam. This is the first three levels of the game. Once the game is finished it will have over 200 levels, each one different and more difficult then the last. Right now you maybe asking yourself what is Oop Boy, and why should I play it"? Well those are valid questions. In Oop Boy you are a piece of poo that was flushed down into the sewer, and now you are trying to survive in this harsh world. This is a 2d side scroller game that will challenge and entertain hopefully a lot of people. We know we can't make everyone happy, but any feed back would be appreciated. Now why should you play this game? Well, we have put our time and love into it, but we can't make you want to play, but what could it hurt. We have provided a few screen shots of the game so you can see if it is something you would like to play. It may look simple enough, but looks can be deceiving. And as always let us know if you have any feed back.
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