If you are fond of games like Candy Crush but don’t like those colours that give you dental caries just by looking at them. If you would like a game a little more steam punk. If you would like a design that would have made Jheronimus Bosch proud and if you like the stop-motion animation film Red-end and the Factory Plant then this is the game for you.
In 50 beautifully crafted levels (more to follow in later versions) you battle your way to solve puzzles while you find yourself mired in slices of Pitcher Plant, blocked by bulky iron plates, confined in cast iron cages or pursued by carnivorous plants. You will be limited in the number of moves or the amount of time available.
When you complete a level while achieving the goals set for that level you will be granted a Torscar (the film Oscar in the world of insects). Based on the world depicted by the stop-motion animation film Red-end and the Factory Plant. You will find much imagery from that film in this game.
We hope you enjoy it.
Available now on the Apple App store, the Google Play Store and all Amazon Web Stores.
Three years later and the Art movement Tropisms is having another exhibition. This time at the Royal Botanical Garden Edinburgh.
Time for an updated Photosynthesis Art Catalogue to cover all the new art works included in this exhibition. Tropisms 15. Made with Unity and available for iOS and Android.
The latest version 1.3 of Mandala Magick allows you to share your mandalas on facebook. Share them with the world or just your friends. You can also just doodle along with a free-wheeling mind and discover your hidden artistry and harmony. Send your art to friends as a token of personal healing.
Let’s heal the world. Bring some magick into your life and share it! Suitable for children and adults.
To celebrate this occasion the app will be available for a special promo price of only 0.99 usd, or 0.89 euro until March 30th.
Today saw the release of a new app “Woudrichem” made by Oddz on behalf of Roderick Hulsbergen AV Productions. The app shows a selection of work by photographer Roderick Hulsbergen centred around the theme of the fortified town of Woudrichem. The app is available in the App Store.
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