Octaspire Crates! is a scriptable, skinnable, extensible, and relocatable 3D action puzzle game. All the missions, game entities (or crates), game states, and configuration of the game engine are implemented as plain text Lua-scripts. So, if you know Lua, you can write new game entities, game states, missions, and levels with any text editor, without any special development tools. New skins can be created with any image editor that can save .png images, dropped into a new subdirectory under the resources/textures directory, and changed in the configuration file config.lua. Crates has also its own (simple) implementations for all the different container classes it needs (like vector, string, and so on) to keep the external dependencies fewer.
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.
Tickle Bomb is a fun puzzle game that runs on practically any platform. The rules are the same as Minesweeper or XBomb, but the tile patterns are far more complex. It can use not just the square grid, or even triangles and hexagons, but octagons and other interesting combinations.
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.
On a Tuesday night, the author had a dream. In this dream, Michael Sweet, frontman of the 1980’s glam-rock hair-band “Stryper”, appeared...except he was wearing a business suit, and standing on the front lawn of a public library. He challenged the author to play a game, a strange game that he had never played before. StegaVorto is that game.