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Voltic Games

Voltic is Ben Follington, Ricky James and Jake Greer - three Brisbane based game developers, between the ages of 18 and 20, who have all been working on projects together since 2006. We have our roots in the PC indie gaming community and still intend to work on platforms other than iOS.


This collective is an attempt by us to create more professional, cohesive and entertaining work and to bring retro indie gaming sensibility and design to the iOS game market. Development is for fun in between studying/working full time and as such we all make personal sacrifices to produce our games.


We aim to keep creating bigger and better titles as time goes on and hopefully you'll hear a lot more about us.



At its heart this is an autorunner game, but with a twist where you can manipulate the world around you and some incredibly difficult levels. We intend to continue development for some time still, fixing bugs and hopefully new levels (but we're very excited about iPhone development and are working on many things).

App Store Blurb:

"Many years ago, when the world was only young, the mighty dinosaurs rule the Earth. Soaring sauropods, terrifying pterosaurs and tyrannic...


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This is the first release from Voltic Games, a group of three full time students from Brisbane, Australia between the ages of 18 and 19. We first started in game development in around 2005 and since 2006 we have been releasing small/free projects on the internet (if you google EverEternal WinterWorld, Novaware: Clicked, Novaware: Typed, Jamie's Revenge or EverEternal WinterWorld 2 you might be able to find some of our games).