Here is a list of different active game development projects in our community. Feel free to ask us if you would like to join any of those ones or propose your own idea. Only then you can find a team to fulfill your dreams with!
Do you even skirmish? If not, then keep calm and skirmish in this team-based first-person shooter game set in a tribal setting. Chop down some trees, build your base, grab a bow and shoot some arrows before the other team does! Development started during the Global Game Jam 2016.
Would you like to use your hands or particle physics? No need to think about it as the game chooses the particle physics for you! Certainly inspired by games like Portal, The Stanley Parable and even Minecraft this puzzle game has made pressing buttons more fun than anything before it. Featuring a set of particle physics tools and puzzle rooms, where the player has to figure out and construct a perfect environment for button-pressing. The sci-fi art style and a seemingly incorporeal narrator makes you wonder what will be in the end of this pearl. Development started during the Ludum Dare 37 game jam having a codename The Button.
Your life is dictated by decisions you make. Some decisions that seem to be bad at first might bring you opportunities you otherwise might have missed. In this story-heavy game you have to choose between two options every time you encounter a situation. These decision however, haunt you throughout the game. Some decision might be easy, others hard. Try to survive and find the treasure before you die. Easier said than done. The development of this game started in Ludum Dare 36.
Do you think platform games are easy? Looking for a challenge? In this hard-core platformer you play as a hacker robot trying to hack into a mainframe of some large evil corporation. An innovative mechanic lets you switch between normal space and hack space, where things are sort of backwards. Do you have the reflexes and mental capability to progress in this game? The development of this game started in Ludum Dare 35.
A beautiful adventure in an aesthetic paper world. Fold your characters into different origami shapes and be prepared for joyous surprises throughout your experience. Development started during the Ludum Dare 35 game jam.
Cute and adventurous word puzzle game aimed at primary school kids. Taking inspiration from traditional word search games, Otsim adds their own small mechanics to the mix. Game is designed with fonts and colors, which make it easy for kids to read and learn the alphabet. A pink character and cute voice-overs give a feeling of playfulness and a reward systems encourages kids to find, construct and thus learn the words. Development started during the Global Game Jam 2017.
A spaceship landed on a peaceful world of Arekaam. Turns out the aliens are here to steal the knowledge of the inhabitants, which is collected and stored in mind stones! You play as a small and enthusiastic child from the Green Village, who tries to save the people of Arekaam from the mean aliens. Travel through the Bogs, White Forest, Drylands and Green Hill Observatory to restore peace and show the aliens a better way! Development started during the Global Game Jam 2017.
What do you do in space? Speed race and shoot things up of course! Delve into this Tron-like procedurally generated space world for some adrenaline heavy action and amazing retrofuturistic sightseeing. Be the fastest, the quickest, the best in CellAssault!
Fan of the old-school Quake and Unreal Tournament fast-paced PvP? Take the experience to a whole new level in virtual reality! Vrena is an ode to the 90s first-person shooter games built on the HTC Vive platform. The low-poly futuristic environments bring back a nostalgic feel. The overly large hallways and corridors are perfect for shooting your friends in. Use a good amount of different weapons to survive and get to know how a rocket jump really feels in virtual reality!
Ever wanted to be an astronaut? Maybe a racer? In this game you can be both! Race others in a zero-gravity track while avoiding asteroids. If in dire need, you also have a boost option on your space-race vehicle!
Are you wondering what Estonians do for fun? Wonder no more! Jaanipäev is a national holiday celebrating the summer solstice and in this browser-based sidescroller game you can experience it first hand. Test your luck and skill by jumping over pyres – a true Estonian sport!
NB! Text is for illustrative purposes, do not try to jump over a pyre in real life!