Engaging Games LLC
Based in Shreveport, Louisiana
June 30, 2011
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We're just a couple of guys trying to follow our passion and make fun, easy to play games with our main focus currently being on the iOS platform.
Engaging Games LLC was formed way back at the half-way point of 2011 with the intention of jumping headfirst into mobile game development. We had a simple casual title we were developing(Droppin' Bombs) as well as plans to develop more titles after the initial game launch. Engaging Games was derailed after biting off a bit more than we could chew and eventually the dream was put on hold. We put Droppin' Bombs on hold to make a simpler game with the goal of having development complete in under 1 month's time and after a long winding road of many ups and downs, we finally released our first title on May 22, 2013. It's not exactly how we planned it...no where near what we planned to be exact, but we finally "made it" and managed to release our first game, Murtaugh Origins. It's a small free game available on iOS(universal), and to our surprise, we managed to get featured on the Appstore under the "New" section of both the Action and Arcade game categories beginning on May 27, 2013. It's a small accomplishment, but one we're happy about for our first released game.Now
We're now gearing up to release our second game, 15 Coins. 15 Coins is a small minimalistic arcade game coming to iOS and Android. It's taken us a while to get to this point, but we think 15 Coins is our best work yet and we look to continue to bring fun, Engaging games to a mobile device near you.
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Awards & Recognition
- ""New" feature on the Appstore under the Action and Arcade game categories." - May 27, 2013
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