What's going on
Pizza City Launch
Madrid, May 4th, 2021
Hey! We made a game about pizza for a game jam! Everyone likes pizza, right?
Pizza City is a game inspired by the classic Crazy Taxi where you'll have to deliver unhealthy amounts of pizza as fast as possible! However, if you're not able to balance the ever-growing tower of pizzas, they all will fall and you'll lose!
It was great to participate in a Game Jam all three together after being isolated because of the Covid-19 situation! We had lot's of fun making this game and we're really proud of it :·)
You can download it for free from itch.io! Have fun!
Sticker Jump Launch
Stuck at home, May 10th, 2020
Hey there! After a lot of hard work we FINALLY released Sticker Jump!
It's a cute game about jumping over holes and avoiding obstacles while going down stairs. There's more than 70 stickers to collect, all filled with personality!
We started this project a while ago because, when asking our friends to play our games, they would always ask if they were available for mobile phones. "We have to do it", we thought, and ended up creating this game. We are so proud with the final result and we are so happy that you can finally play it.
You can download it for free from the Google PlayStore! Let us know what you think!
Global GameJam 2020
Medialab Prado, Madrid, January 1st, 2020
Hello! We participated in this year's edition of the Global GameJam! It's always great to spend two days barelly sleeping, games! The theme was "repair" so we made a small game about repairing the planet: Replanet.
We are very happy with how it all came together. Of course, we couldn't have made it without our friends Alberto, Alejandro, Javi and Sergio, who participated with us (thank you guys).
This game was also awarded as the winner of the first edition of the Levelea Prices for gamejam games! :')
You can play Replanet for free downloading it from itch.io!
Guerrilla Games Festival
Guerrilla Games Festival, April 27th, 2019
Hello everyone! This weekend we went to the first edition of the Guerrilla Games Festival in Madrid!
It was such a cool experience to share our games to an audience for the first time. Watching friends enjoy your games is great, but not half as great as complete strangers enjoying them! There's a certain magic to it.
It was also a pleasure to meet other game developers and try their games. The place was filled with super creative people, with all kinds of different games to play and give feedback to. The gamedev community is so wholesome.
We are looking foward to going to next editions of GGF and hopefully we have new projects to show! Thank you all who came by!