Dstroy 2 is a bomberman game prototype, playable from 1 to 4 players on the same screen. It will have two modes, Adventures (solo or coop) and Tournaments (Vs 2 to 4 players). For now we're only working on the local Tournament part.
Life is a big Tetris, every decision has a cost!
Our Ludum Dare 44 game entry for 1 or 2 players.
Theme: Your life is currency. April 2019.
Look through a microscope and discover a small world, where cells of 3 different colors appears constantly. Launch a cell of the same color against an other to make them disappear, launch a cell against one of a different color and a third one appear of new color. But be careful! Cells are aging and become sick, and might spread out and pollute the all environment. Create a white cell to help you cure this mess before it’s too late! Available for Win-Mac-Linux & Android devices.
You're in a village during Medieval time, ignorance and illiteracy prevailed! Earth is of course flat and any new ideas are forbidden. You are one of a kind and you picked up a dreaded book that started to open your eyes. But everyone now, wants to beat you to death for trying to leave the herd. Run as long as you can, pick up books during your escape and use their power to escape the growing crowd that is chasing you!
Winner Entry of Techland's "Spring 2017 GameJam".
Your ship has arrived into an area of uncharted space. The enemies have sensed your presence and have been deployed to try and rid you from their space. Tense and frantic action is the order of day
Game entry for the LOWREZ 2016 gamejam.
Find a human friend or enemy, Choose a side, and Tap the screen the fastest you can to explode the head of your opponent!
Made for the LTP Demoparty GameJam contest in 1998, remake for your Android phone in 2015.
Dstroy is a Bomberman-like game from 1995. for MS Dos. There are several gameplay modes. This includes single player, cooperation, and deathmatch. Up to four players can play on the same computer with split-screen.
Orx is an open source, portable, lightweight, plugin-based, data-driven and extremely easy to use 2D-oriented game engine that we're using and recommending. It's licensed under the zlib license. (a very permissive license that allows one to use orx (and modify it at will) for free for any kind of projects, freeware or commercial, without any compensation). Orx provides a complete framework for game development and currently runs on Windows, Linux, MacOS X, iPhone/iPad and Android.