Cat Ball Eats It All

This is a singular, autobiographical accounting of the Catball, a short-sighted, greedy little creature that wants nothing more than to eat it all.

  • Three Apple “Staff Favorites”
  • Top 30 Paid Apps, Puzzle Games
  • Kotaku’s App of the Day Feature

Super Dungeon Bros

Super Dungeon Bros is a cross platform, rock themed, co-op dungeon brawler where a band of mighty rock bros must navigate the medieval fantasy realm of Rökheim and its hellish dungeons to seek out epic loot, fight hordes of evil undead and uncover the legends of long lost fabled Rock Stars!


Erie drops you into a visually stunning, yet terrifying scenario where your goals are to investigate, survive, and finally escape. It’s first person horror meets intense dark-ride with hidden, rotting cats.

  • Top Ten Indie Horror Games of 2012,
  • Over TEN million collective views on Youtube

Draw Space

Investigate the crossroads of math and art with this interactive drawing toy. Let curiosity be your guide as you play with the simple controls, generating an endless variety of Celtic knots and mesmerizing mandalas. Draw Space was developed in collaboration with the Leonardo Museum, a science, technology and art center in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Evil Baby Orphanage

Welcome to Evil Baby Orphanage, the world’s foremost time traveling facility for the preventive parenting of Evil Babies. Evil Baby Orphanage is a casual party game where players take up the role of Time-Nannies and compete to remove evil from the time stream. Babies like Genghis Khan, Josef Stalin, and Vlad Tepes are all up for grabs, and it is your job to wrangle and redeem them before they commit the heinous deeds for which they were destined.


Malifaux is a skirmish-level miniatures wargame manufactured by Wyrd Miniatures involving gang warfare in the ruins of a crumbling city. According to the game’s backstory, the city of Malifaux was discovered through a portal into another world. This world is a source of the valuable mineral known as “soulstone” which allows for magical effects. Games pit masters and their crews against one another for control of this resource.

Pete The Cat

Based on the #1 New York Times best-selling children’s book series, Pete the Cat, this game is designed for children age three to six. Hide-and-seek mechanics with lots of fun interactive features and digital musical instruments (Cat Piano!) bring the world of Pete the Cat to life. The app also includes a simple rhythm game to Pete the Cat‘s signature tune, and fun Augmented Reality features that allow Pete to jam along with you on top of your nearest Pete the Cat book cover.

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