Outside The Box Software - Gameography

Official Releases

Polimon

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Mobile (Coming in 2020)

Polimon is a political satirical game stylized like Pokemon, parodying U.S. politicians and the overall political environment.

Take control of your own Political Monster, gaining supporters, smitting your enemies, and draining your donors.

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SocioTown: The Uninvited Guests

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Mobile (2012)

SocioTown Uninvited Guests is a classic adventure game with a modern twist. It features popular characters from the browser-based SocioTown MMO.

Players help Toby clear out uninvited guests from his apartment in this unique adventure game featuring detailed pre-rendered 3D graphics.

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SocioTown MMO

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Web Browser (2008 - 2016)

SocioTown was a browser-based 3D MMO. Online for almost a decade, it was a virtual world geared toward teens and was often described as cross between Animal Crossing and The Sims.

During its peak, SocioTown had thousands of players playing daily and a vibrant and active community. It also spawned the spin-off SocioTown: Uninvited Guests.

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Blockheads Clash

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Desktop PC / Mac (2006)

BlockHeas Clash was a zanny 3D cel-shade dungeon crawler. It featured a 4 player multiplayer co-op mode, a battle mode, and level editor.

Players venture to a strange place inside cartoon labyrinths where the only weapon is their head - literally. Using their foursquare noggin, players can send foes tumbling or even break the very ground beneath them. Players must also be wary of the labyrinth's deadly hazards, obstacles, and enemies.

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Pow Pow's Mini-Golf

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Web Browser (2005)

Pow Pow's Mini-Golf was the first browser-based 3D miniature golf game and it was also the final Pow Pow game in the triology.

Beyond the standard mini-golf gameplay, Pow Pow's Mini-Golf featured RPG (role-playing) elements. Players can improve their golfing skills and gain levels as well as earn special items. It also featured several modes of play including solo, versus CPU, 2 player co-op, and online competitive play.

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Pow Pow's Puzzle Attack

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Desktop PC / Mac (2005)

The second game in the Pow Pow series, Pow Pow's Puzzle Attack was an "action" puzzle game that featured characters and environments from the platformer Pow Pow's Great Adventure.

The gameplay was a mish-mash of match-3 puzzling and some action elements.

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Pow Pow's Great Adventure

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Desktop PC / Mac (2004)

Pow Pow's Great Adventure was our first official game release. Pow Pow’s Great Adventure was a 3D platformer with classic 2D gameplay.

Featuring a unique mix of handrawn and 3D graphics, Pow Pow is thrown into a strange world with his girlfriend Mai Mei. However, it turns out Mai Mei and Pow Pow are at the opposite ends of the world. They both must traverse through various environments and defeat many enemies to meet up with each other.

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Unreleased Games

We've worked on dozens of experiments, but the following had actual playable demos well into the Alpha state.

Working Title: Mobemon

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Mobile (2013 - 2014)

Mobemon was a working title for our unique RPG strategy game.

Until recently not much had been revealed about Mobemon since most of the development had been under wraps. The game had been in sporadic development for over a year but it eventually went into long-term hiatus as other projects got in the way.

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CityScape Battle

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Web Browser / Desktop (2006 - 2007)

CityScape Battle was an online multiplayer team-based aerial combat game. It featured unique 3D cel-shade graphics.

CityeScape Battle managed to get pretty far into development with playable demos of many of its core features. While it was ultimately canceled, many of its core elements appeared in future OTBS game releases.

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Pow Pow's Mini-Golf Adventure

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Desktop PC / Mac (2006)

Because Pow Pow's Mini-Golf ended up being a very popular web browser game, we began working on a more full featured desktop version.

The desktop version would feature more courses, shops, and an indoor course where players could create their own mini-golf course. It was ultimately canceled but many of its elements would appear in the SocioTown MMO.

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