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Game Designer. Producer. Gamer.


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Google – Best Games of 2015

Chhota Bheem Throne of Bali

Around 2 months back we worked on a brand new game using Chhota Bheem IP – Throne of Bali. This is a 2D side-scroller with scripted levels where you get to play as Chhota Bheem.

It is a simplistic casual title, where levels keep getting tougher and tougher. Today, in the game there are 20 levels.

Best Games of 2015

Earlier this month, Google Playstore showcased some of the best games of 2015 that everyone should play. It names Chhota Bheem Throne of Bali as one of the best on playstore in 2015! It is such a joyous moment for me and the whole team at Nazara who worked on this title.

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I want everyone to try out this game and keep sending us feedback. We are constantly in the process of improving the game.

Christmas Update

After the announcement by Google, the team themselves took the initiative to work extra and come up with a thrilling Christmas update! We are finally live and everyone should give in to the festive season and play the game, share it with your friends and keep spreading the word :]

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Do download, update your game and spread wishes with your friends and family this Christmas and New Year!

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Virat Cricket Challenge

Virat Cricket Challenge

Android Release

Hey all, sorry I had been away for a while. Our team at Nazara were very busy since few weeks now, pushing our production on our recent release Virat Cricket Challenge.

Finally, it feels great to bring out a simple, easy to play game – fast and arcade cricket experience based on Virat Kohli! If you are a Virat fan, you must check this game out!

I am so happy that the game got featured on its release date on Google Playstore :] Entire team is overjoyed!

Google Playstore Download Page

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Virat Kohli announces the game on his Facebook page!

A news article on Times of India came out yesterday with the announcement.
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Here is a poll on twitter –>

Do play the game, rate, shoot feedback and share with your friends and family.

Fresh update!

Virat Cricket Challenge is No.1 today on Google Playstore! We have beaten mighty games to get to this position :]
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Cheers :]


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Wamble On!

I have been working on a small prototype in Unity engine. After realizing a quick fun mechanic with basic gameplay I stopped working on it for a while.

Finally, I decided to finish the experience and make a web build! My purpose was to make a small game suitable for web + mobile devices. I did not want to invest heavily in terms of audio and visuals (as its a solo project). Also, I did not want to increase the scope. It’s just a small nifty arcade game.


What does Wamble mean?

(http://www.thefreedictionary.com/wamble)

wamble (ˈwɒmbəl)

vb (intr)

1. to move unsteadily
2. to twist the body
3. (Pathology) to feel nausea


 What an end-user really needs to play this game is:
  • Focus
  • Timing and
  • little bit of Endurance

The idea is to provide an uncomfortable, nauseating experience. Obviously, not what a normal mobile/ web game is about. You will not play this game to relax and chill out. That is not the objective. Saying that, you must never keep playing this game over and over for 30mins or so (unless you really really want to!). This can really cause intense nausea. Just play it in short bursts :]

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I am already working on an Android build (90% done). Before I push that out, you should really try to play online:

http://uns33n.itch.io/wamble-on

http://www.kongregate.com/games/JiteshP1/wamble-on


Do play and shoot your impressions!


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Flappy Jam!

It was around 2 weeks back when me and many of my colleagues started playing this little game called “Flappy Bird” on iOS. We were having fun with the game trying to beat score. We all kind of played it for few hours then moved on to some other game on iOS.
Just few days later, we came across news on the internet mentioning the game’s sudden rise on the AppStore. We were all like… what?! I’m pretty sure many of you must’ve already experience the game recently on your iPad/ iPhone and some of you might’ve even played it months back when it was originally released! In my opinion, the sudden rise of this game was mainly due to virality and word-of-mouth tactics. It worked. It actually worked wonders for the developer. The game started making tons of monies. Which is both a good and a bad thing.

Few things about Flappy Bird:

  • It presents a classic game appeal
  • Addictive, fun game meant to be played in quick bursts
  • Inspired by retro/ other classics
  • Absolutely no gameplay variation
  • No enhancements in core mechanics as the player progresses
  • No variation in level design

The game still raked hundreds of thousands of dollars. It clearly goes on to show how marketing, virality can work wonders + climb of simplicity.

Due to its sudden rise, the developer gained huge amount of fame and negative press at the same time. Negativity mainly emerged due to aforementioned reasons. I’m sure you’ll find the news about what all happened in detail on various news sites. Eventually, the developer could not take all the press and hatred and decided to remove the app from the AppStore.

Then, soon there was this event that popped up –> Flappy Jam! Hundreds of developers came forth in support and for passion’s sake!

Today is the last day of submission at –> http://itch.io/jam/flappyjam
And… here is my entry (Inspired by Space Invaders) 🙂

http://uns33n.itch.io/dont-invade-my-flappy-space

http://www.kongregate.com/games/JiteshP1/dont-invade-my-flappy-space

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Do check out my game and other developers’ efforts too! Share, leave feedback and have fun ;]