For a short while in 2014, I participated in the One Game a Month challenge, which you can read about here. The output of this challenge are the games you see before you! I also documented my progress, which you can read about in the blog.
The games are short, but fun. I urge you to try them all; you may even find something you like!
February 2014 – Respawney
Respawney is a puzzle-strategy game where you must co-operate… with yourself! Or perhaps should that be, with yourselfs. Hmm. Play the game, you’ll see what I mean!
Unfortunately, Respawney is currently unavailable to play, as I can’t host it on this website!
March 2014 – Hackey: the Hackening
Hackey is a strategy game where you hack your way through cyberspace, cautiously moving between “nodes” towards your target.
Hackey maintains a healthy 3.5 star average on the Google Play store and has been installed over 3000 times!
April 2014 – Fetchey
Fetchey is an attempt to make a super-simple game that a certain 3-year-old would enjoy. The teeny tiny players are tasked with finding an object within the scene, in a sort-of Where’s Wally style.
Unlike Hackey, which I promoted across gaming websites, Fetchey never hit the big numbers in installs, making for an excellent lesson on why you should promote your games!