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Tag Archives: Casual Games
I wrote a second SED game and it’s just been announced – Special Enquiry Detail: Engaged to Kill. The graphic is from the first game but I’m sure they’ll update that fairly soon.
A couple of years ago I wrote and designed a casual game called Rhianna Ford and the Da Vinci Letter, which was released on PC for download through Big Fish and other portal sites. It’s now been released for the … Continue reading
Over at Gear Diary there’s a new review by Michael Anderson of Special Enquiry Detail: The Hand That Feeds for the iPad. At first I was worried that it was going to be a harsh review when the reviewer had … Continue reading
Having worked on a number of casual games over the past few years, I’m struck by how quickly casual games evolve. In particular, it’s interesting to see how the Hidden Object genre appears to be evolving towards the traditional Adventure game. Continue reading
For those of you who are interested in such things, Rhianna Ford and the Da Vinci Letter is now available on the iWin site. If any of you don’t know, I wrote and designed this game for Green Clover Games. … Continue reading
Another day, another jump. Special Enquiry Detail is now at No. 3 on the Big Fish PC chart!
Over at the Big Fish site, Special Enquiry Detail: The Hand that Feeds is currently at No. 5 on their chart of downloadable PC games. Not bad seeing as it’s only been released a week. Fingers crossed it rises higher. … Continue reading
One of the casual hidden object/adventure games I wrote and did design work on has just come out: Special Enquiry Detail: The Hand that Feeds. The link will take you to the Big Fish site where it can be downloaded. … Continue reading
I just happened to come across this great review at Jayisgames.com. “The first thing that makes it so unique is the engrossing and thrilling storyline, which starts slowly and builds momentum to a frantic pace” “Rhianna Ford & The Da … Continue reading