"The Game" is a project designed to simplify the process of producing any high-quality cross-platform 2D or 3D graphical computer game. The hope is that any game can be produced simply by changing a few settings and pressing a "compile" button. The project has three "deliverables": a game engine library to abstract across the set of all possible computer games (applying object-oriented design methods to the general problem in such a way as to be usable in specific instances); a graphical interface for easy game design (an exercise in human interface design); and a gaming package with a lot of shiny games to play.
Cradle of Rome is a game in which you build ancient Rome, the most legendary city of all time. In the game, you must conquer 100 intuitively designed levels by swapping tiles and matching three or more in a row. You can collect supplies and build 5 historical epochs. It lets you reconstruct masterpieces of Roman architecture, build the Coliseum to train gladiators, and even rebuild the Pantheon, the temple of all the Roman gods.
Cradle of Persia is an engaging puzzle game where you build the mysterious heart of Ancient Persia. The original capital of the Achaemenid Empire was adored with luxurious metals, gems, and stone carvings that were set to impress peasants and visiting nobles alike. But its exotic gardens and the impressive architecture that once filled this place have long since vanished in the passing sands. Now you've got the chance to seek out the riddles of these ruins as you travel through the land of a thousand and one nights. To do this you will need skill and a keen wit, but the result - if you survive - will unlock a mystery never before seen by man, here in the Cradle of Persia.
Brain Workshop is an implementation of the Dual N-Back mental exercise. This exercise is a mental activity that has been scientifically shown to improve your working memory (short-term memory) and fluid intelligence. The game involves remembering a sequence of spoken letters and a sequence of positions of a square at the same time. Brain Workshop includes additional challenging game modes beyond Dual N-Back.
3Doku brings the traditional Sudoku game to the third dimension. In a 9x9x9 cube, 27 Sudoku schemas intersect one another along the three axis. Every 9x9 bi-dimensional schema must be solved, keeping in mind that every single cell belongs to the selected schema and also to the other two placed on the orthogonal planes. With 4 difficulty levels and 4 initial values distributions, you can customize your game and have every time a new exciting challenge to solve.