Having taken a few more weeks than I hoped, I’m happy to be releasing a small game called Money May Care.
Pass and play with your Android phone or share control of the mouse on PC with turn based strategy title centered around viruses and treatment. You will be taking on the role of a pharmaceutical company looking to invest in medication to help alleviate the symptoms and halt the progression of several horrible diseases.
Make your money by investing in the viruses that will grow the most. Battle against your fellow players to dominate the market and see you can earn the most when a virus is eventually cured.
Available for free on Android & PC. No ads or IAP.
I got given loads of codes with my Xbox 360 releases, however as found the experience of contacting review sites to never hear back just depressing and not worth the effort, they have went unused.
Until now I’ve occasionally thrown them up on Facebook and Twitter but I figured that as I’m happy giving away most my games for free, why not make my Xbox games available to folk for free – especially those visiting the site.
I’ve created a new page that contains a few codes for each of my games.
Unfortunately I have no way of tracking whether codes have been used so if anyone finds themselves out of luck with codes available for their game of choice, give me a shout on Facebook or Twitter and I’ll provide you with a unique code and replace the codes on here.
If you enjoy your free game then sharing it with your friends, Facebook feed or Twitter followers would be great!
You can now play Invertical for free without going through Steam Workshop with a new version has been released on the Oxygen Addict site!
The free version contains loads of levels (although not as many as the full version!) with several hours of gameplay and even boasts new improvements such as different control configurations, including use of a game controller, and an improved progression system where you must collect the books and scrolls to unlock new levels!
It was this time last year when I first shared an early build of HexStackIt 2D, however as gameplay wise it offered little on top of HexStackIt I decided not to progress any further. I later decided on a new approach for the same core gameplay but something that would change the way that you play the game. Previously the best way to earn a high score was to pick one colour and stick with it, hoping you didn’t screw up (skill helps here!). This could be a little frustrating, letting lots of hexagons fly by whilst you prioritise one colour.
The new approach is to allow the player to have multiple stacks, one for each of the colours. That way you can switch between the colours and build up several large stacks. It is no co-incidence that the four colours co-incide with the green, red, blue and yellow. You can bank just one stack at a time or all four at the same time. Getting the colour wrong will lose your stack for your current colour and hitting a grey loses all stacks, ensuring the game can still be nice and cruel!