MAGIC CHOPSTICK GAMES

ABOUT

Magic Chopstick Games is a small, independent video game shop. We've been around since 2003, though our roots go all the way back to hand-copying BASIC games out of computing magazines onto the ol' Apple IIe after school. We've been releasing games on and off ever since, and we continue to work on new, exciting titles to this day. Other than that, there's not a lot more to say; check out our games to learn more!

GAMES

Jardinains! (released 2001)

The critically-acclaimed Jardinains! is what got the ball bouncing for Magic Chopstick Games. A Breakout clone at heart, Jardinains! added mischievous, flowerpot-throwing gnomes to the mix.

Jardinains 2! (released 2006)

Following hot on the heels of Jardinains!, Jardinains 2! builds off the original, giving players more powers, more gnomes, and more ways in which to bounce said gnomes to oblivion. Available for Windows, Linux, and OS X.

iAye! (released 2007, experimental, no longer supported)

Created back in the days before individual developers could create apps for the iPhone, iAye was an experiment in just how much a person could do with HTML and JavaScript. As it turns out, there was a lot that you could do back then--but a good number of limitations, as well. As Mobile Safari matured, the various hacks and tricks I used to make this happen slowly broke, sadly.

Skizzazz! (released 2010, experimental, no longer supported)

Another experimental game, this time testing Adobe Flash's early iOS publishing capabilities. It was fun but a smidge too challenging, and it never really took off; still, much was learned, and much fun was had in development.

GROW MAKE SEEK TAKE (public beta 2014)

Magic Chopstick's second trip into HTML-game-land, GROW MAKE SEEK TAKE is a minimalist game of universal conquest. GROW MAKE SEEK TAKE attempts to reduce the 4X game genre down to its core experience. It is currently in public beta.

Obliteracy (in private alpha)

Obliteracy remains shrouded in mystery. It's a word game with giant robots. It'll be released when it's done.

CONTACT

The best way to get in touch with Magic Chopstick Games is via Twitter. We'll go from there, yeah?