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In Kalimba you control two pieces of a totem pole at the same time with the same input. The challenge, the two are not always on the same path.

Kalimba plays in solid 60 fps full HD with controls tighter than tight. It feels both retro and new at the same time and its mind bending puzzle design and twitch gameplay present plenty of challenge for the experienced gamer.

Kalimba features a local “couch” co-op campaign that you can challenge yourself and a friend with. It is designed to be played right away and does not require tutorial or unlocks. The basic premise for the co-op campaign? We have doubled everything – except the double jump. It has been quadrupled!



On December 17th Kalimba was released on Xbox One (get it here). And on April 22nd the game went live on Steam (here). Should you be in need of a press kit, a delightful stack of images, trailers etc., it can be downloaded here.

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Tentacles is back!

Bigger, weirder and 3D!

The good old Dr. Phluff has returned, but his mental health is not what it used to be. The cute ideas he so dearly adores are taking over his mind, but fear not. His subconscious has a plan. You are invited into the mind of the mad professor for an all-you-can-eat eyeball buffet.
Explore the many layers of Dr. Phluff’s mind from Libido to Super-Ego and beyond.

Tentacles: Enter the Mind is a completely new take on the Tentacles universe and mechanic from the award winning Tentacles: Enter the Dolphin. Set in a beautiful 3D world, bizarre creatures hide behind every twisted corner of Phluff’s mind. Eat their eyes, acquire new powers and kill the cute!
Also, it’s free.

Tentacles: Enter the Mind is now out on various Windows devices including phones, even the low-memory ones!

Tentacles: Enter the MindSwing throughthe environment with the unique movement mechanicComplete challenges for treasure and trophiesBuild your skills by upgrading your powersGear up to get new abilities!Different enemies require different techniquesExperience the awesome madness inside the mind of a mad professorFeast on eyeballs to regain lost healthTrigger your bomb when danger comes too close!


When Max wishes for his annoying little brother, Felix, to be whisked away by unknown evil forces, he gets more than he bargained for. Armed only with a marker and a hope of undoing what he has just done, he sets out on a perilous journey across deserts, eerie lantern-lit bogs, ancient temples and lush green forests to get his younger sibling back. Along the way Max gains the powers to manipulate his environment and overcome seemingly impossible obstacles.

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood has received the following ESRB and PEGI ratings:

ESRB rating: Everyone 10+ PEGI rating: 12+



Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is a fantastical adventure. Max, equipped with his magical Magic Marker, will climb, fight and draw his way through a world of challenging physics-puzzles and frantic platforming.

During his adventure, the Marker will gain more and more incredible powers that allow Max to manipulate and use the expansive environments to his advantage: Draw a tree into existence and use it as a bridge. Pull a giant pillar of dirt out of the ground and use it to raise a boulder onto a platform. Create vines and use them to swing across gaping chasms.

These are just some of the tools at Max’ disposal as he struggles to rescue his kid brother from the clutches of the evil Mustacho – and he’ll need every one, because Mustacho’s henchmen are after him and the very world itself is his enemy.


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Max is coming for Xbox One!

Tuesday, August 20th, 2013We are proud to announce that Max: The Curse of Brotherhood will be released on Xbox 360 and Xbox One! Our target launch date is early 2014.

Interview: The vision

Thursday, March 7th, 2013We have taken turns interviewing each other, and bring you the first interview in a series where we go behind the scenes of Max: The Curse of Brotherhood.


Enter the Dolphin

Tentacles: Enter the Dolphin is about a scientist who in the quest for creating the cutest animal ever accidently swallows a failed experiment. As player of the game, you are this experiment and the game plays out inside the vital organs of the poor professor.

The game sports 40 levels, with 16 additional levels available in the DLC pack Dog Eat Dog.

Tentacles: Enter the Dolphin is intuitive, innovative and challenging in all the right ways – but of course, don’t take our word for it. It was awarded mobile game of the year by Danish magazine “Mobil” and nominated for mobile game of the year at the 15th Interactive Achievement Awards by the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences. When it launched on iOS in October 2012 it was Editors choice and has been part of several of iTunes’s featured collections such as “10 Games That Wow”.


Dog Eat Dog

Available as DLC, you will find the expansion pack Dog Eat Dog. Without spoiling we can say that this time you are inside the guts of Professor Phluff’s poor dog – and it is one sick puppy.

Dog Eat Dog brings 16 new levels in new worlds with new boss fights, but first and foremost it brings the new attack feature: the Zapper.


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Max & the Magic Marker is a physics based 2D puzzle platformer, in which the player controls the boy Max and his Magic Marker. While Max enables good old platforming fun, the marker provides the game’s signature feature: the ability for the player to draw directly inside the game world where everything drawn becomes physical objects. This feature is used to complete levels and overcome challenges but it also provides the player with a unique tool that in itself is fun to play around with.

Max is a young boy, and like most boys he loves to draw. One day he gets a mysterious marker in the mail. There is no letter attached – only the plain orange marker. Max decides to test it right away, sits down and starts drawing. He draws a monster but as soon as he finishes the lines on the paper start moving and to Max’s great surprise the monster runs off the paper and into another drawing. Stunned Max now sees how the Monster messes around with his drawings. Max realizes that he has to stop the monster. So he draws himself on the same drawing that the monster is in and immediately finds himself inside the drawing. The game begins.