Make Blooms Not War! Fractal's back on the iPad!

We’re stoked to announce that Fractal: Make Blooms Not War is finally back on the App Store and available for iPad!

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Splice is finally back on the iPad!

Next up on the update train: Splice: Tree of Life is finally back on the App Store and available for iPad! Wooooo!

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Pulse is finally back on the iPad!

Hey guys! We are beyond thrilled to announce that after, like, entirely too long, Pulse: Volume One is finally back on the App Store and available for iPad! We’ve had our heads pretty deep in finishing our new title Lineweight, and we can only spin so many plates (despite how good at juggling Will is). So before Lineweight comes out, we want to get our proverbial house in order.

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How to rescue a blog from the Wayback Machine

Or Resurrections, Part One

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Hey there.

Hey there, old friends.

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Dear Friends and Forgers,

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Shields Up!

Today, we wanted to give you a little peek behind the curtain of development at Cipher Prime. This is your window into what it’s like to make a game from the ground up. The struggles and surprises of development laid bare. Today we are covering the addition of a game-play element to Tailwind – the shield.

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Monster Want Burger now on iOS!

Remember our silly little mini-game, Monster Want Burger? Well, we’re happy to announce it’s now available on iPhone and iPad!

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A new player has connected.

connection_foundA few months back, we received an email with a strange request. Admir is a Steam gamer, who described to us an uplifting friendship he’d developed over two years with a fellow gamer, Lina. He spoke wonders of her tirelessly cheerful personality and the positive affect it had on his life. As it turned out, Lina is a fan of Splice — and her birthday was fast approaching. He wondered if there was any way we could help him show his appreciation. The line that did me in was:

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Permission, Dedication, and the art of Game Jams.

For over 3 years now I’ve been hosting a weekly event in Philadelphia called Dev Night. The main purpose of this event is to help grow and centralize the gaming community in Philadelphia. One thing above all others accomplishes this task: our Monthly Game Jams.

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