Check out some games made by developers in the Portland community!
It takes a tremendous amount of perseverance, time, energy, and courage to actually finish and publish a game. As the saying goes, the last 10% takes 90% of the work. That's why we're proud to showcase these games that PIGSquad members have finished, published, and gotten into the public's hands. Keep 'em coming!
As so many of these things do, it all begins on a magical island. In this case, Gogapoe Island, a place populated by both humans & monsters. What starts out as a mission to get back Niko's birthday cake becomes a quest for the fate of Gogapoe itself. But, ya know, cake is still super important, too!
A local couch multiplayer platform shooter that focuses on high energy and quick reflexes. Up to four buddies are pitted against one another. Thankfully you will have some backup. Everything the player does, wherever they go, and where ever they fire; is recorded and then played back again as a Mimic.
Earth has been casually destroyed by a mysterious race of space-faring invertebrates. You're a fighter pilot whose cryopod has been collected by a possibly-insane AI, who has placed you in the unenviable position of being humanity’s savior. Shanghaied and alone, you must gather the remaining human survivors and traverse the surprising biodiversity of deep space to find a new home.
A physics based local multiplayer game designed for up to 4 players. Invite three of your friends to compete for bragging rights and couch cred in what might be the most advanced rocket acrobatics simulation ever created! Or practice your solo piloting expertise in the tough-as-nails challenge courses that will be sure to have you throwing your controller across the room as you hone your skills.
Jump, lick, and spit your way through four worlds in a new-school arcade adventure starring the nominal Handsome Mr. Frog, a good looking fellow whose hat was jacked by a bunch of unattractive normies.