August 24, 2014 in Releases, World
TAGJam #13 has passed, and we didn’t even post anything about it :(
We’ve been super busy lately, but it doesn’t matter, we’re (finally!) here to talk about the Jam.
Being host of TAGJam #13 was immensely pleasant, and create a game with themes so… let’s say… out-of-the-box, was very enjoyable. The result was Wealthmighty Dream, a game indicated only for people who are thirteen or more (one of the optional rules was to make 13+ games), which theme is the immigration and the second rate treatment dispensed to immigrants in lots of places in the world.
You can play Wealthmighty Dream clicking here, or here to play on GameJolt, or click in the image right below. Very soon the game will be on Scirra Arcade and maybe on Kongregate too…
Aside from Wealthmighty Dream, which was not eligible to be the best game, we had other sixteen games created for the jam, making the edition #13 one of the biggest successes of TAGJam.
The games can be checked on the official site of TAGJam #13. Additionally, Jupiter Hadley published a video on YouTube, playing some games of TAGJam #13. The video can be watched right below.
Well, these are the news for today. Soon our site will be redesigned, so stay tuned on the blog, and also on the official Hilgames Facebook and Twitter.
See you soon!
July 13, 2014 in Releases
We’re glad to announce the final version of Lanny in Pieces!
To play, just click on the image above :)
And please, let us know on the comments what you think about it!
See you again soon!
March 5, 2014 in Releases
Would you believe that it’s been exactly two years since our last post? Awful, right?
We’ve had a down-time on our studio, but we’re back with full steam ahead now :)
We’re here to present you our newest game: It Dept.
Ever wondered how is the life of the head of an IT Department?
Get a glimpse!
(Of course, in the real life, it’s waaaaaaaay more complicated)
Go play! Click here!
And also, like the game fanpage on Facebook, and share your scores in both Facebook and Twitter!
September 22, 2011 in Releases
A few days without news, but not without work!
We are today releasing Hilgames’ new site =D
It’s pretty simple, but we don’t really need more than that, let’s keep it simple, right?
In the next one or two days we will release the new Ctrl Shift site too, so don’t forget to check it out!
And good news!
After some people related a minor bug on Ctrl Shift, on which depending on the height of your fall, the man simply did not stop falling, and “slipped” through blocks, we fought that bug and it’s fixed :)
To get rid of that bug, uninstall your version of the game, download it again here, and re-install. Please don’t be angry with us, but you will lose your records and saved games :(
This is due to another modification, that will no longer require the game to be run as administrator.
Thank you all for reporting these issues!
And if you did not yet finish Ctrl Shift, DON’T GIVE UP!!!
September 3, 2011 in Releases
Our first game, CTRL SHIFT, is now out!
Check it out at hilgames.com/ctrlshift or download it here!
This game was developed with XNA Framework by Microsoft, and runs only on Windows platforms (of course).
Please, be careful, you will need the XNA 4 Redistributable package and the .NET Framework 4 Redistributable package, both by Microsoft. So if the game does not run as is, please download and install these packages!
AND YOU NEED TO RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR!!!! That’s very important, or the game will crash :(
August 28, 2011 in Releases
And our first game here iiiiiisssssss…….
CTRL SHIFT is a remake of another game by Armor Games, named Shift (play it here
). Our remake add something
you will have to find out by your own, otherwise we would be telling the secret of the game. :P
Anyway… the game is not yet properly released, we’re posting here a beta test for everyone who wants to send feedback for us.
This game is being developed with XNA Framework by Microsoft, and runs only on Windows platforms (of course).
Before playing, here’s what you need to know.
1 – You will need the XNA 4 Redistributable package and the .NET Framework 4 Redistributable package, both by Microsoft. If you don’t have them installed, you can download by clicking on the links above.
2 – The beta-version does not have an installer, just download here and unzip, and then run CtrlShift.exe
Thank you all for playing the test version!
PS: Any feedback will be welcome, please send us an email with your comments!