We’ve partnered with the Indianapolis Zoo to bring you a Facebook game about and for the Amur Tigers of far east Russia. Every purchase you make in the game goes to support the real Amur Tigers!
Can you draw a kitten using a circle, a bow-tie, and a curlicue? In this game, players try to draw objects one line at a time, and they don’t have control over what some of those lines will be!
Track down murals and sculptures around Bloomington, Indiana! How? Solve puzzles, and the answers will show the way!
Can you help the Mildly Intelligent Living Organism escape oil-thirsty security robots and devious laser traps as he searches for his father? A flash game with a little something extra, if you can find it!
A treat for crossword fans, San·go awards points for each 3-5 letter word you can create in a 5×5 grid. But watch out! Once you’ve moved a letter, you only have three more moves before it locks into place! Trade puzzle IDs with your friends to see who has the best word-creation skills.
A simple Flash game, Entropic Space was designed around the concept of “ball physics” for a game design competition. You control Astrocrash, the last of the Planetkillers, as he attempts to advance as far as possible into Entropic Space. Watch out for black holes on your journey!
One of Studio Cypher’s earliest projects was a series of four Multi-Player Novels, games with a story that unfolds over multiple websites as players crack codes and solve mysteries. These games focused on weird, supernatural events, and the subscribed players, known as Wakeful Agents, helped our characters to fight evil and save the day!
Dirt Attackers was designed as part of a presentation given at the 2009 BFlex conference. We used it to teach Flex developers how to use the Flixel game engine to create their own games. Not only can you play Dirt Attackers here, but you can download all of the presentation files as well. Learn more »