Do you enjoy matching things and getting killed by monsters? You’re in luck! Super Gridland comes to mobile on January 19th.
It’s been a long time coming, but we’ve finally completed work on the Android port of A Dark Room. You can find it on Google Play, right here!
Radüm has arrived. Play this abstract pass-and-play strategy game with your best friend!
Update: Unfortunately, due to some technical issues, ADR Android has to be put on hold for the near future. Sorry, everyone!
Want to play A Dark Room on your Android device? Can’t wait for the official release?
You’re in luck! The first half of the game (up to, but not including, the Dusty Path) is nearly complete, and we’re in need of some testers to help us verify device compatibility. We’ve been developing with a Samsung Galaxy S4 (on Kit Kat) and a Kindle Fire HDX (on Jelly Bean), and we’re looking for folks with other devices who can provide testing and feedback.
You can sign up for the beta right here! We should start sending out beta invites within a a few days.
Announcing Gridland, a weird little time-waster by doublespeak games.
Gridland will be released August 25, 2014.
Special thanks to Rule2 Productions.
Amir Rajan has completed his A Dark Room prequel. It’s a brutally difficult take on the Dusty Path segment of ADR, and it’s available on iOS right now!
Thanks to open-source contributers vanadar and lilj, ADR is now available in French and Chinese! The groundwork has also been laid for other translations in the future. Want ADR in your native tongue? I do too! Instructions can be found here.
Thanks to a lot of hard work and more than a little creativity on the part of doublespeak collaborator, Amir Rajan, A Dark Room now has a home on iOS! It’s tighter, rewards more active engagement, and has a few secrets all its own.
You can find A Dark Room on the App Store, right here!