Thursday, July 3, 2014

How JScrambler is helping us to protect our code

It's wonderful to make html5 games and javascript is a nice programing language but unfortunately everyone can access to the source code of our games. And that includes those cheeky guys who doesn't want to respect existing license agreements or those just looking for "inspiration" for their next cloned game.

Luckily we have an ally called JScrambler.

JScrambler is quite intuitive and it's web based. There are some other javascript obfuscators but JScrambler offers the most complete and secure solution.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Stories can too be told by level menus

We develop casual games, which in narrative terms means that, generally, stories tend to be overlooked in our field:
  • Some odd pigs stole your eggs and you immolate your people (birds) to erase their kind.
  • Someone leaves a hungry critter at your doorstep and you feed it a la "Home Alone". 
  • You use a machine-gun as a jetpack to burst into a factory and gather some cash that would allow you to get a green mohawk haircut (??).
The list could go on and on, and the quality of stories would diminish until we got to: "a sugar-dealer majordomo invites you to move candies around".


Before going any further we must say that despite their minimalist stories, these four games rely on a solid gameplay that's been proven highly motivating for millions of players.

Friday, May 23, 2014

Pocahontas Slots features


Pocahontas Slots license is now available. Watch the video to see the features of the game or play it here.
Just drop a line at info[at]ravalmatic if you think it may look cool on your website.

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Pocahontas Slots an HTML5 game about love, freedom and golden coins


We are about to release Pocahontas Slots, a HTML5 slots machine that we'd like to sell in the form of non exclusive licenses.

The game mechanism itself is not particularly complicated, but instead, lots of work came from the visual effects tweaking and its polishing. You'll certainly notice that once you play the game, specially if you are familiar with the current state of HTML5 games.

Friday, March 28, 2014

Alien Kindergarten (HTML5 game)


Finally and thanks to Ravalmatic, your secret fantasy of being becoming an alien single mom is virtually at stake. Hatch the eggs, place them carefully and give them your sweet caring love... after all they are your passport to expand your hive all though the galaxy.

We are selling non exclusive licenses, so if you are interested in acquiring this cute weird little game just send us a message.

You can play it HERE.

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

We're eggstatic with our new HTML5 game!


At the moment we are hatching these precious purple eggs at the studio. Having tea while sitting on an egg is a mind widening and pleasant experience for us. Also, the luminiscent green ooze gives us a very optimistic feeling about the creatures brewing inside. But I must admit there's a bad point in all this situation: having someone else's sticky slime in the crotch... (¬ -¬)"
More news soon!

Monday, December 9, 2013

HTML5 games

Recently we got 2 new assignments. Our customers wanted html5 games. 

We took a look to the available frameworks out there and decided to use cocos2d-x - html. Some time ago we developed a couple of games using the c++ branch and were familiar with that framework. It has a lot of features but it's a bit slow on lower end devices.

The other project consists of a port of our True Make Up games. For that we'll use createjs, because of its simplicity and its texture manipulation features.