Insiders Program

We have started a new insiders program (exclusive mailing list) that offers exclusive, non public, early access to our upcoming games and more. You will be able to play games as they develop, provide feedback and possibly even influence the game design. We currently have three games in development…
Sky Harrier (working title)
Sky Harrier’s art and gameplay is an amalgamation of the arcade mega hit “Space Harrier” by SEGA and “Race the Sun” by Flippfly.

BoomTown Empires (working title)
BoomTown Empires is a hybrid strategy builder – clicker – card game with visual novel and social management elements.

Project Red (working title)
Project Red is a hand painted action adventure game inspired by iconic titles such as “Ico” and “Shadow of the Colossus” by Team ICO / SIE Japan Studio on PlayStation 2.

The insiders program will also give you access to giveaways, discounts and exclusive events. You can sign up to the insiders program below and best of all, it’s completely FREE!

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Sky Harrier

Ninja In A Tux is pleased to announce: Sky Harrier: Alpha Code / スカイ ハリアー: アルファ コード  (Sukai Hariā: Arufa kōdo), a game which takes inspiration from games like Space Harrier and Race the Sun and blends them to form a unique arcade experience.

Check out some early screenshots, this is not the final product so please keep that in mind. More news and playable demo coming soon.

BoomTown Empires, Announced

Ninja in a Tux is extremely happy to announce BoomTown Empires our new strategy management clicker card game hybrid. Can you become a Millionaire without the mob putting a contract on your head? Can you navigate social and government matters to build your empire?   BoomTown Empires offers you a chance to become filthy rich, just how filthy will you go?

The game is currently at the gray box testing stage, anyone wanting to help play test can join our steam group here.

Chinese Android Market

The Chinese Android Market is huge and I will now attempt to release a game in the Chinese region. Right now work has started on changing the needed art assets and slowly translating the text. I will be using Google Translate, possibly the worse idea yet, but budget, time and man power dictate that to be the only viable option. Also it might make for some funny mistakes, for such a small game, I can live with this.

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While doing my research I found a recent post stating Chinese officials now require all mobile games to feature only Simplified Chinese, No English at all.

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You can follow the progress on this venture here on this website and over on twitter