Deep strategy and involving depth, deceptively simple to play, yet so many avenues and strategies to master. Protector is a game that will steal your free time and leave you feeling happy to have lost it. submitted 04/12/08
Pillage the Village features ragdoll physics, gesture recognition, and visceral, satisfying gameplay differentiating it from anything else out there.
The story in Pillage The Village picks up before the events of the classic Defend Your Castle, and offers some explanation as to why the attacking horde attempts to destroy you with such vehemence and zealotry.
Your actions have consequences. Take a moral stand and fight for the pacifist way or indulge in your deep desires and walk the path of the antagonist. Either path includes a plethora of useful spells, upgrades and abilities. submitted 04/4/08
The first game I have put together to utilize an actual engine instead of a mass of conditional checks. When I set out to make it I had a clear idea of what I wanted from the final version and this time I succeeded in finishing it satisfactorily. submitted 03/31/08
It's 2am, gran is in the kitchen making her famous cottage pie...it's a disaster waiting to happen! Your house catches fire and it's down to you to save the family. Using a variety of items (and a bit of quick thinking) you need to get all your family in to the safe room before its too late. You have a maximum of 3 minutes, and every second really counts!
Some of you retro gamers may recognise the Sinclair Spectrum style of this game. We added a bit of classic 1980's computer game sparkle for added effect. Dig those loading screens, marvel in that loading sound submitted 02/29/08
Take control of 16 different units and 15 different turrets to defend your base and destroy your enemy. In this game, you start at the cavern men's age, then evolve! There is a total of 5 ages, each with its units and turrets. I hope you have fun with this game! submitted 12/2/07