09/15/2016 - Rumbles of the Past

Its been a long and painful year, but life goes on, and gears start to turn slowly.

Look towards the spark of life to return in 2017, complete with a small table top project?
03/04/2015 - Retromite Sleeps

We're sad to say that a death in Gregg's family and life impacts are forcing Retromite to enter a deep sleep.

We hope to return though in the future and continue where we have left off.
12/26/2013 - M.I.N.T (Mecha, Infantry, and Tactics)

We're happy to announce the launching of M.I.N.T's official web site.

Check it out at here.
8/30/2013 - Gravitum Released

Finally after long last, Gravitum is now live!

Test your skills and reflexes in this fast paced gravity flipping adventure! Complete multi-player challenge maps and share your recorded escapes online.

Go check it out now at Kongregate or Newgrounds today.
1/26/2013 - RobotRiot: Hyper Edition Released

Previously only available during its exclusive debut as part of the Indie Royale Snow Storm bundle, RobotRiot: Hyper Edition (PC/MAC) is now available for direct purchase as well as free upgrade for past RobotRiot purchasers.

Hyper Edition upgrade and purchase is currently available from our direct store, as well as Desura, and the update will be arriving to the Mac App Store soon.

Desura and Mac App Store purchasers should be elgible to recieve the update automatically. For past direct purchasers, please use the download link provided in your original purchase recipe or contact us directly.

1/21/2013 - RobotRiot: Hyper Edition Debut

RobotRiot: Hyper Edition is now available through the Indie Royale Snow Storm Bundle for the next 48 hours.

RobotRiot: Hyper Edition is an update to RobotRiot that adds Hyper Mode as an additional game mode. Hyper Edition increases game play speed, modifies character control, and other various aspects.

RobotRiot: Hyper Edition will be rolling out for regular purchase, and as a free update for those who already have purchased RobotRiot for PC or Mac after the Indie Royale bundle ends.

1/16/2013 - M.I.N.T Development Begins

M.I.N.T (Mecha, Infantry, and Tactics) our next project has officially begun development.

M.I.N.T is a tactical turn based wargame that is slated to feature both a rich single player campaign, as well as extensive online multi-player and hot seat support.

The game is currently being developed for PC, Mac, and possibly Linux platforms.

Follow our blog for weekly development updates across all of our projects. Also don't forget to signup to our newsletter to make sure you don't miss important announcements.

9/17/2012 - Bundle In A Box - Deep Space

We're happy to announce that you can now get RobotRiot as part of the fantastic, deep space themed, bundle in a box sell currently going on.

Pick it up now, while naming your own price, along with other games like the remake of the C64 classic Armalyte and Jeff Minter's Space Giraffe.

Check it out at the Bundle In A Box website.
7/26/2012 - GamersGate

We're happy to announce that our games RobotRiot, and A.R.C.S are now available via GamersGate for both PC and Mac.

RobotRiot on GamersGate

A.R.C.S on GamersGate
7/25/2012 - Gravitum Teaser

A quick little teaser to our next flash game release Gravitum.

6/30/2012 - A.R.C.S Reviewed by Retro Gaming CD

Our friends over at Retro Gaming CD put our deluxe version of A.R.C.S through its paces.

These days, certain gaming genres are feeling a bit, well... oversaturated. Blame what one will, from the looming specter of the "casual gaming" wave or merely being spoiled for choice - like an overplayed song on the radio, one just gets sick of hearing about new titles promising a new spin on an already hackneyed premise. Even styles I enjoy, such as endless runners or dual stick shooters, can become tiresome, which speaks to how I feel when I hear of a new tower defense game. The mere passing of the words across my screen usually induce a groan, a yawn, or both. "Great," I think to myself, "I just CAN'T WAIT to see these little aliens marching across my screen for an hour whilst my turrets spew paper bullets at them and I play with my smartphone to alleviate the boredom! Joy!" Ugh. There is one game in the genre, however, that I've played for more than a few minutes, and, dare I say, truly enjoyed - and that is A.R.C.S.

Read the full review at Retro Gamer CD
6/14/2012 - A.R.C.S for PC and Mac

We're happy to announce that you can now get a deluxe, standalone version of A.R.C.S which is ad and branding free, plus supports fullscreen.

Buy it now for Windows and Mac and name your own price, or pick it up on the Mac App Store.