Our Services

If you have an idea for a game, you’ll be able to flesh it out and bring it to life with our help. The game industry is the hardest one of other software development disciplines. And as with every problematic industry, it’s the expertise and experience that matters. Since every game project is extremely time-sensitive, you need someone to guide you through it and help you build the game components which are essential at launch. And we can help you a lot here.

We Do

Game Design

If you need a concept for your hero’s character, develop his motto, attitude, write a script for epic quests, have non-linear story in mind and need to lay it out on the storyboards - in other words if you need a carefully crafted game design, whether it is for a 2D or 3D game - you’ve come to the right place! This is what we do everyday, for fun and for living.

Game Development

There are a lot of challenges in game development - most of them are about making games live up to users’ expectations. It requires a lot of experience to make a video game equally attractive on both high end consoles and mobile devices. While technologies like Unity or Unreal game engines provide a great set of tools to aid the process, these tools alone won't be of any use to you without proper domain industry knowledge. With more than 15 games developed for different platforms and with different technologies, we can help you fill those gaps.

Game Production

Video game production is a set of activities, targeted towards a successful game launch. This includes, but is not in any way limited to, controlling schedules, managing communication between different departments and ensuring game presentation integrity, both in gameplay and in visual design. Game producers also ensure proper product placement among target audience and hold negotiations with distribution platforms.

So, if you need your game produced and managed throughout the game development process, we can help you reach your target audience and make sure, the game inherits the best of its genre. It is all about small things that matter here.

Our Services

Game prototyping

Most successful games start with a prototype. What you need to remember about a game prototype is that it follows “The cheapest way to be fun” concept. Sometimes our ideas sound great, but when you lay it down on a gamepad, the fun goes away. Prototypes seldom make it to production and that’s perfectly fine, because game development is not cheap and the sooner you realize understood the game doesn’t engage players, the more money you save for the next prototype. It is always good to Remember: Video Game development and Game Pre-production starts ONLY AFTER the Prototyping phase. If the idea is not fun to play, there’s no need to invest into retail code, visuals and other assets. Throughout our game dev career, we have created a hundreds of concepts and prototypes, se we know exactly how to make this phase effective in every way, including costs.

Game Design and Story Writing activities

Video Game Design is the most important part of every game project as few players will play a game that is not interesting or engaging. So, when a video game prototype is created, it is time to invest into game design. It is this step that defines whether a game is interesting or not. The artifacts created during the game design phase will stay there until the end of the project. It is at this stage that a game settings are defined, alongside the main story arc including protagonists, antagonists and supporting characters.

Concept art and in-game content creation

Every game must have its own beautiful personality… defined through art, sounds, setting and overall presentation. Over the course of the project, many hundreds of art assets and samples are created to expose game universe to all parties: players, producers, developers, storywriters. It is also very important to pay attention to game sound environment, especially the music, as it creates the mood, tension and atmosphere of a game Depending on the budget, music can either be mixed from royalty-free tracks or written specifically for the project. Our 2D artists, 3D modelers and sound engineers have a lot of experience in making atmospheric games of many genres.

Development activities

Every game (even, the most simple one) contains a lot of code. Custom code. Games, being products of a creative nature, share little code, leave alone game engine and toolchains, so when you start building a new game, you literally start from scratch. A game’s codebase can easily reach 50,0000-100,000 lines of code. While the number of code lines is a quality metric in anyway, believe us - 100,000 lines is a lot. When this code is not well-organized, it gets extremely hard to maintain. Our team with more than 15 years of AAA and casual game development experience knows how to organize and handle such large codebases.

Release consulting services

When it comes to product release, it is always a hassle of syncing releases between multiple platforms, communicating with publishers, completing various Requirements Checklists. When a game release is already scheduled and the product is still in bad shape, communicating with the parties that handle promo and release can be very stressful. Having released a number of games through both self-publishing and 3rd party publishers, we know how the process works and can help you organize it.

Server backend software development

Multiplayer games require reliable server infrastructure by default, but even single-player games do rely on server software, at least to track players’ performance, sync progress between different platforms, handle leaderboards, social activity, etc. Game backend differs a lot from traditional web development services, because just as with many other game development areas it is all about optimizing performance due to extremely high loads. Our team has delivered a lot of web solutions for various markets and we have experience in building robust multiplayer server infrastructures.

Post release support

Launching a product is just the beginning; in order to achieve long-lasting success, it is necessary to keep in touch with your audience, respond to their feedback and further enhance the game with post-release features, such as downloadable content, support for new languages and platforms.