So, today is International Tabletop Day a day when we’re all encouraged to head out into public and play a tabletop game. Obviously this is something very close to our hearts, but we wanted to give a it a little dash of Tiny Games flavour. We could make Tiny Games to be played on tabletops, [...]
Picture by Quichot Easter egg hunts are amazing – but they do tend to be pretty consistent from year-to-year. Someone gets some eggs; they hide them around the place; someone else hunts. In the classic version, you get to keep the eggs you find, but in the “fair” version (that is, the “pandering to incompetent [...]
We’re in the middle of a Kickstarter for our Tiny Games App (BACK US, IT WILL BE AMAZING), and it’s Easter weekend, so we were going to design some Tiny Games for Easter – but when we began coming up with ideas, we kept getting distracted by all the quick, fun, silly, gorgeous Easter games that already exist. So instead, here’s some Easter games in the spirit of the Tiny Games project, but with a lineage that’s sometimes hundreds of years old – and a lot more eggs.
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Even as far afield as San Francisco, Flapjack-gate has made waves. The harrowing tale of the child injured by a triangular flapjack has tugged at the heartstrings of citizens across the globe. It’s with relief we see that the school in question has banned triangular – which is to say dangerous – flapjacks in favour of square – which is to say safe – baked goods. We offer this Tiny Game in response.
We watch television because it’s there. We come home and it’s late and we’re tired and making decisions is bad and so we switch on the television and then lie motionless in front of it, practicing for all that ‘being dead’ we eventually have to get round to.
Announcing two new rewards for the Tiny Games Kickstarter, one for non-iOS owning backers and a bundle of all the physical stuff.
We’ve been at mega-conference PAX East this weekend with a bunch of dedicated Tiny Games: here’s one of them for your Sunday.
Mark Heggen introduces Backspaces, a new platform for Tiny Games that we’ll be using throughout our Kickstarter campaign.
A post about all the rewards we designed for our Kickstarter that stayed on the cutting-room floor.
As we build up to the unveiling of our giant tiny Kickstarter, we’re delighted to announce that we’ll be bringing some brand new tiny games to PAX East. Tickets for the event have now sold out, but if you’re one of the lucky ones already going, then keep your eyes peeled around the site for instructions for how to play games like “Fantasy Fencing”, “Epic Floor Expedition” and “Fakemon”.
Last year, we spent July travelling around London. We stood outside libraries and council chambers and bandstands, in the middle of bandstands and parks and public squares, on the side of little streets and big railway stations and bandstands, and went: hrrrrm. What looks like fun?