Indie game storeFree gamesFun gamesHorror games
Game developmentAssetsComics


A member registered Jul 18, 2017 · View creator page →

Creator of

Recent community posts





soup time

(1 edit)

however, I disagree. (should I change the credited name to your name now that you have one?)

Hey! Thanks to everyone that checked this out from Reddit. There's a new update since when I posted it, adding another 60 levels.


If you would like me to tweak something that already exists, post it here.

Clamber 2 community · Created a new topic Bug Reports

If there's a bug in the game, report it here.

Clamber 2 community · Created a new topic Game Suggestions

If you have any suggestions for NEW things to add to the game, feel free to post them here. There will be a separate section for bug fixes and modifications.

Is this the easter egg you were talking about in the description that nobody had found yet? I assume it's not the first picture, since another topic in the community mentions them, but is it the second?

First, there are these guys:

Then, if you open a book near them, this happens:

Even if they're not the easter egg you were talking about, they're still pretty cool! Good job with this! Also, I love how if you fall out of the bottom of the library, the game just quits. Nice touch.

My best game, Sync, has now been posted to! This game has existed for a while now on my site, but I've never advertised the site to anyone but my friends, so not many people have seen it. However, now that Sync is posted here, new people can discover it! 

Sync is a puzzle game about robots in a grid. The objective is to get all of them to the same square. However, they all move together(in sync, hence the name). If the robots go out of the grid, you fail the level and have to restart. In order to get the robots together, you need to block some of the robots from moving by putting them against walls while letting the others come closer. The game currently features 90 different levels as well as a level editor. Player-made levels are available for playing on, and you can submit the levels you've created to the community levels section on my site, ComputerCow(since the game was originally just on ComputerCow, the server-side scripting does not work on The game is free to play on your browser, and should be compatible with all major ones. A screenshot and a link to the page are included below.