“Hello MTV, welcome to my crib!”


The day has arrived! We moved into our new offices in Zagreb, and the team is finally in one place, with everyone working together in our very own studio. Why is this a big deal, you ask? Well, we worked from home for the most part from the day that we dived head-first into game dev. We had a studio of our own before, but it was short lived and soon after that, we started working from our homes again. Working two jobs takes a toll on you, with creativity suffering the most, and exhaustion taking the better of you after a while. But now things are a bit different and everything seems to fall into place. The biggest difference now is that communication flows like the breeze. Previous communication between teammates via Skype, Slack, Discord, Messenger, Trello  etc., were good for the most part, but you can’t compare it to being able to grab your colleague in his chair, drag him to your computer, and show him how you managed to solve that big issue that plagued you, or deciding on the new particle system that’s going to solve a lot of your problems and look cool at the same time.




What’s cooking doc?

We mentioned before that we are working on two projects: “Serious Sam: I Hate Running Backwards” and “Catch Match”. But did we mention that we won “Best Gameplay Award” on Reboot InfoGamer 2016? No? Well we did. It was for the “Serious Sam” game, and it’s just the right kind of morale boost that a team needs to add a little fuel to the fire.

As we are bringing the development of Catch Match to end, we are slowly shifting our focus on Serious Sam. It is a big IP and working on it is a challenge and a privilege. Are we afraid? Of course not!

For Reboot InfoGamer 2016 we were presenting two settings in Serious Sam – desert and jungle. Next setting? Medieval! It already looks pretty cool and the feedback for it, from the people that we showed it to, was great. Our artist sure knows what he’s doing! It still needs a bit of work though. Take a sneak peek at the medieval setting bellow.


What’s the next setting going to be? Guess you’ll just have to stick around and see for yourself. There’s a lot more that we have planned to do, and we’ll keep you posted of course.