DevLog

07042020 Monuments Men

First, I’d like to wish everyone a safe meaningful 4th of July holiday. God Bless America.

Secondly, I’d like to announce the release of our latest title Monuments Men: Operation Ebensburg for Windows, Mac, and coming soon… IOS mobile.

Back in the day, I think I’ve participated in more RPG style gaming than any other genre, so I’m particularly pleased to release this, our first heavily RPG influenced title. I hope you enjoy the game!

Lastly, starting with Monuments Men, I’ll be making Mac OSX titles available exclusively at the App Store. I believe this will greatly streamline the process of updating apps across all platforms.

Thanks for your continued interest and support!

Best, Jeff


01272020 First Look: An Laoch Ri

An Laoch Ri . The Warrior King
Saxon encampment at the mouth of the River Glein


12222019 Peleliu: The Devil’s Island

Peleliu: The Devil’s Island has been released.

The Devil’s Island is an action packed abstracted WWII combat game covering the major aspects of Operation Stalemate II, the September 1944 US assault on Peleliu Island.

Next up looks most likely to be Valhalla, a digital Gameworks’ take on the Nordic Viking raids and battles during the Dark Ages.

Wishing you a Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and great Holiday Season.

Best, Jeff


08232019 And now for something completely different… Outpost Echo

I’ve always been a Sci-Fi / Horror fan and have of late, been developing an interest in storytelling and cinematics in digital games. Outpost Echo was born out of those interests.

The game itself was inspired by John W. Campbell’s excellent take on isolation and the unknown in his acclaimed 1938 novella “Who Goes There?” and of course, John Carpenter’s landmark 1982 film adaptation of the novella, “The Thing”. Fans of either of those two excellent works will immediately recognize the general situation presented in Outpost Echo.

While I’d classify the game as a real-time 3rd person action/adventure (easy for me to say?), strategy gamer’s can rest assured that it’s not really a twitch game. It’s been an interesting dev cycle to say the least, and I hope you’ll give it a shot.

Outpost Echo is available now for Windows and Mac desktops. Mobile (IOS, Android, and Kindle) versions are in the works. I’ll update the game page as the mobile versions become available.

Best, Jeff
www.digitalGameworks.com