Three Swipes Selected by Audience at Google Play Indie Games Festival

Three Swipes is now live and available for download in both the Google Play Store for Android devices and in the App Store for iPhone and iPad. 

This past Saturday we were at the Google Play Indie Games Festival at the Terra Gallery in San Francisco. It was a fantastic event and we were honored for our game, Three Swipes, to have been selected as one of the 30 games to participate.

Team Three Swipes at the Google Play Indie Games Festival.

Team Three Swipes at the Google Play Indie Games Festival.

We were thrilled that Three Swipes was selected by the audience as one of the top 15 games to present on stage.

Three Swipes selected by the audience as a finalist.

Three Swipes selected by the audience as a finalist.

We had a great time meeting members of the audience and other game creators. In particular, we loved Coffee Pot Terrarium by the Brothers Flint, Antihero by Tim Conkling, and A Matter of Murder by Worthing & Moncrieff.

We also wanted to offer our congratulations to the winners of the festival: bit bit blocks, Numbo Jumbo and Orbit and thank Google for organizing such a wonderful indie-focused event! 

Three Swipes Selected for the Google Play Indie Games Festival

You know that game Three Swipes we’re making? No? Well now you do! And you should also be aware that Three Swipes has been selected for Google's Indie Games Festival!

OK, so you're still thinking "Meh, I only play Candy Crush, I don’t need to play any other games”. Well smarty pants, let us ask you how many games have been selected to be one of only 30 indie games across all indie game developers' submissions in the US in Canada by the smart folks at Google for the Google Indie Games Festival? Sure, you're probably thinking "30" and, surprise surprise, you're right.

Ah, but then we ask you how many casual puzzle games were selected. And you might be thinking "30", but then you'd be WRONG! How many are there? Well you'll need to go and count for yourself.

In any case, we're super happy to be working with the folks at Google, and looking forward to launching ThreeSwipes in the coming months.

So, if you like your puzzle games involving icebergs and cute sea animals then you should absolutely check out our trailer below:

Now that you’re done (and obviously impressed) you should sign up to our mailing list to get into the beta. After that, you should register for the Google Indie Games Festival in San Francisco and come vote for us. Then you should throw confetti in the air. That’s not too much to ask right?

P.S. You see those buttons down there that say "Like" and "Share" you should hit those. Magic monkeys will appear.

P.P.S. Confetti not included in this blog post.

P.P.P.S. Magic monkeys may or may not appear.

Age of Rivals Public Beta

Hey there! The Age of Rivals Blog has moved to!

We are happy to announce that our 2 player strategy game, Age of Rivals, is starting an open beta-testing phase! You can play it here!

What is Age of Rivals?
It's a 2 player strategy game set in ancient times about the rivalry between two rulers. Each player simultaneously drafts cards to form their city and attempt to score the most points, while also participating in occasional combat and using plenty of fun card effects to turn the tide of the game.

Each player drafts 16 cards simultaneously while trying to balance economy, military, culture and defense. The goal is outwit your oppponent and counter their strategy with a better one of your own. Each card has a special effect and unique stats which leads to lots of gameplay variety and unpredictability.

  • 15 minutes per game
  • 2 player synchronous multiplayer or solo vs. computer
  • 200 cards at launch, with more to come
  • Card Drafting, Deck Building
  • Civilization-themed

We're about 6 months into the development of this game, and we're excited to get some feedback and keep making it better. Stay tuned for more updates!