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Thumbelina Interactive Book
Thumbelina Interactive Book

Puzzle 17 December 2011

An educational game addressed to the youngest audience in the form of an interactive book. Players will learn a fairy tale about Thumbelina, and at the same time they can practice reading and counting, check their memory and demonstrate their plastic skills. The title was produced by Aidem Media's development studio.

Esenthel RTS
Esenthel RTS

Strategy 04 July 2012

Real time strategy (RTS) set in the realities of fantasy, created by Grzegorz Slazinski on the basis of his own engine Esenthel. The plot of the game shows the conflict between people and orcs. The player takes control of one of these races and tries to eliminate the opponent. The gameplay is modelled on the cult Warcraft.

Dragon Fantasy
Dragon Fantasy

RPG 25 August 2011

Simple two-dimensional RPG with a turn-based combat system, which is modelled on the Japanese classics of the genre from the times of 8-bit consoles. Both the mechanics and the binding of the title do not differ from what we could see in those games.

Canabalt
Canabalt

Arcade 02 October 2009

A simple arcade game in which we control a hero escaping from an unspecified danger. Players do not control the direction and speed at which they move and can only jump over obstacles they encounter.

Prime World: Defenders
Prime World: Defenders

Strategy 20 March 2014

Combination of a tower defence strategy game with the mechanics of collector card games. Our task is to defend the resources of the magical substance called Prime from the hosts of monsters created as a result of the catastrophe.

Big Business
Big Business

Strategy 04 August 2012

Social economic strategy, focusing in particular on the entrepreneurial aspect. As a beginner businessman, we take care of the development of our city by producing raw materials and goods. At the same time, we take care of the appropriate level of population and happiness of the inhabitants, building houses and utility buildings.

Secret Files: Sam Peters
Secret Files: Sam Peters

Adventure 29 October 2014

Another installment in the Secret Files series of adventure games developed by Animation Arts. The title is not a direct continuation of its predecessors but a spin-off in which the player controls a completely new female protagonist. In Secret Files: Sam Peters the player assumes the role of the titular reporter who appeared in the second installment of the series.

Storm in a Teacup
Storm in a Teacup

Arcade 22 April 2011

Storm in a Teacup is a 2D platformer with elements of a logical game, produced by Cobra Mobile development studio. The protagonist finds himself in a magical world created by his brother, which he travels while sitting inside a flying cup.

Rule the Kingdom
Rule the Kingdom

RPG 21 June 2012

Combining elements of economic strategy, which consists in expanding and managing your own kingdom with an RPG game, in which we develop our own character by performing various types of role-playing tasks. We play the role of a young, inexperienced warrior to take on the task of rebuilding a decayed kingdom.

Deadly Puzzles: Toymaker
Deadly Puzzles: Toymaker

Adventure 09 February 2015

Toymaker is a HOPA (Hidden Objects Adventure Puzzle) casual adventure, created by Grey Wizard Innovative development studio. Players have the opportunity to solve the puzzle of a series of murders of young women and capture a murderer who leaves unusual toys at the crime scene.

My Little Restaurant
My Little Restaurant

Strategy 15 July 2010

Casual time-management strategy, produced by NoWay studio. The player's task is to direct the work of the restaurant, which means, among other things, blowing up guests, receiving and processing orders and collecting bills. The speed and quality of service translate into tip heights and point scores.

Air Race Speed
Air Race Speed

Racing 25 September 2014

AiRace: Speed is a sequel issued in 2010 on the Nintendo DS console of arcade racing - AiRace: Tunnel. Players once again have the opportunity to take control of futuristic flying vehicles and stand at the start of races whose tracks run inside obstructed corridors. The title was produced by QubicGames studio.

Enigmatis 2: The Mists of Ravenwood
Enigmatis 2: The Mists of Ravenwood

Adventure 14 May 2014

Continuation of Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek, a casual adventure published in 2011. Playing the role of a detective tracking down an evil preacher, the player sets out to help the Simson family, which was attacked by a dark creature near the Ravenwood reserve. The title was produced by HOPA studio Artifex Mundi, which specializes in the genre of HOPA.

Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink
Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink

Adventure 30 January 2014

Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink is a HOPA (Hidden Objects Puzzle Adventure), produced by Artifex Mundi studio. The player directs the actions of the intelligence agent Evangeline Glass and has to foil the plans of the cunning Gerhard Barber, who, with the help of a giant robot he has constructed, wants to provoke war.

Solstice Arena
Solstice Arena

Strategy 22 May 2013

Solstice Arena is a typical representative of the MOBA genre - players fight in 3-person teams of heroes, striving to break through to the opponent base and destroy its central point. The game differs from the competing titles mainly due to short matches and the lack of the so-called "farm" element. Solstice Arena is the responsibility of Zynga, the tycoon of the mobile gaming market.

Doodle Devil
Doodle Devil

Puzzle 11 February 2011

A direct continuation of the logical game Doodle God, allowing us to embody the devil who creates sins and discovers the worst features of human nature. The creators have prepared hundreds of combinations, which require a sense of cunning, but also sometimes a sense of humour and twisted logic.

Chainsaw Warrior
Chainsaw Warrior

Strategy 23 September 2013

Chainsaw Warrior is an adaptation of a board game published in 1987 by Games Workshop. The action takes place in 2032 and the player plays the role of the title warrior, who has to deal with monsters coming to New York within an hour through a transition between dimensions. The title was produced by Auroch Digital studio.

Cut the Rope
Cut the Rope

Puzzle 04 October 2010

Conversion of one of the most popular games originally available on mobile devices. In production, we feed the green pet with sweets, usually hanging over its head. The game consists in cutting through the ropes or blowing into the microphone of the device.

Sid Meier's Ace Patrol
Sid Meier's Ace Patrol

Strategy 09 May 2013

Sid Meier's Ace Patrol is a turn-based strategy game that allows you to play tactical air battles from the First World War. We can take command of the British, French, German or American squadrons, and each of these countries has received its own campaign.

Ittle Dew
Ittle Dew

Adventure 31 October 2013

A humoristic action-adventure game with RPG features developed by Swedish studio Ludosity Interactive. The title has simple 2D graphics and a classic top-down perspective. The story of the game focuses on two characters: a brave female adventurer Ittle Dew and her companion named Tippsie. Both of them crash at the shores of an unknown island. The island has many secrets and valuable treasures. The two protagonists start the greatest adventure of their life.

Grinsia
Grinsia

RPG 20 March 2012

Grinsia is a jRPG game produced by Japanese studio Kemco. The player directs the actions of a treasure hunter's team of several people, who accidentally get involved in a complicated intrigue that can change the fate of the world. The production refers stylistically to games from the era of 16-bit computers.

Dracula 5: The Blood Legacy
Dracula 5: The Blood Legacy

Adventure 29 April 2014

Continuation of a series of adventures based on the legend of the most famous contemporary vampire. The plot is the culmination of the events known from the previous part of the game and provides answers to all the questions in the investigation concerning the reappearance of lost works of art in the circulation.

Race the Sun
Race the Sun

Racing 30 July 2015

Futuristic races in which we sit at the helm of a solar-powered ship gliding through the endless world towards the title sun. The game is characterized by minimalist binding, procedurally generated stages and excellent flight physics.

Nihilumbra
Nihilumbra

Puzzle 28 June 2012

Platform puzzle game with adventure elements, produced by Spanish BeautiFun Games studio. The player directs the actions of Born of nothingness, who, trying to escape the curse of emptiness, traverses the fantastic world of Nihilumbra. The game is based on logical puzzles related to the use of the laws of physics.