Windows - Released
When an anonymous letter arrives foretelling the murder of a prominent Lord and asking for your help, you and Dupin jump on the case! Nothing’s quite what it seems at the Phoenix estate. The Lord of the manor is receiving threatening letters from his deceased wife, and a cloaked attacker is lurking in the shadows just waiting to strike!
Windows - Released - June 19, 2020
Football Club Simulator gives you total control of your team through an elegant and powerful interface. This means that the player gets to make all the decisions of the Club as Head Coach, Manager, and Chairman. In addition, you can try out your strategy in the “Interactive match” while giving orders yo your payers in real-time.
Windows - Released - October 10, 2016
An adult romantic comedy about social manipulation, crossdressing, and girls tying up other girls. Will the hapless lesbian ladykiller Beast succeed at pretending to be her ruthless twin? By the creators of Analogue: A Hate Story, featuring choice-driven mechanics.
Windows - Unreleased - 2019
You are a wannabe hero who is supposed to do hero-ish things but sometimes flips off and does crazy stuff instead. An adventure with 100 different endings.
Atari ST - Released - 1994
The story of the game is inspired by popular games of the same time, such as Speedball and Smash T.V.: In the not-too-distant future, the most popular television show lets contestants battle it out in an all-out fighting match called the Ultimate Arena. What this turns out to be is a man-versus-man fighting game with digitised graphics, which was à la mode in American coin-ops at the time, such as Pit-Fighter and Mortal Kombat, complete with sprays of blood for every hit. On the Atari, the sprites aren't quite as large as in arcade games, though. At the start of a one-player game, two characters are available to play with: Terry from France and Sandy from London. All seven characters are available to choose from in two-player mode. Each player has the usual assortment of 18 jumps, kicks and punches, most of which are easily executed with a normal Atari joystick, as well as a few special moves. Some carry weapons, while some can fire energy bolts. Instead of the common best-out-of-three system, sudden death is enforced, so a opponent must be beaten on the first attempt. If you do so, another stands in line. Being pushed into a corner is also more dangerous than other similar games, since the ringside is electrified. Stay close to the centre of the arena, or you will be burnt to a crisp. Released at the far end of the Atari's commercial life, Ultimate Arena is notable for being one of few STE-only games, which makes the digitised sounds and graphics more natural than had it been a normal ST game.