Here you will find some of the games we've developed. To find out more on each game follow the links below, you will be directed to each games website.
PUZZLE-FUELED PANDEMONIUM! Cube™is a puzzle game with action elements, simple in concept and highly addictive. Set within a 3d cubic world, the player explores and discovers their way through suspended 3d platforms and mazes. Each themed level contains its own variety of contraptions specifically suited for the theme. Perfect for the handheld market Cube takes advantage of the features of the PSP. Cube has broad appeal and is suitable for ages 3 years plus and encompasses the challenge of puzzle games for strategists of all levels from children to masters while providing action elements to broaden the player’s experience.
For more information visit this link http://www.thecubegame.com
The Sparx game is our first ‘Serious Games’ project designed and developed for the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences of the University of Auckland and funded by the Ministry of Health New Zealand. We are designing and developing in conjunction with the University of Auckland a computer-administered self help programme for adolescents suffering from depression. This initiative is a New Zealand first. Sparx is based on cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). It’s a therapy that can be very helpful for people with depression.
For more information please visit this link http://www.sparx.org.nz
The Guardian is an exciting property being developed as a 3D action game with an original compelling storyline that combines paranormal and real world combat.
Take on the role as Maia a guardian of ancient artifacts and skilled in the ancient martial art of Maori weaponry. This is a journey that will take the player into world of mystery and mayhem while discovering the truth behind an ancient secret held by rulers of the future.
This game will showcase our unique cultural identity and highlight beautiful regions of our country and culture in a contemporary and original story.
For more information visit this link http://www.theguardiangame.com