ByteRockers' Games is a game development studio from Berlin, Germany, established in 2008. We have been developing games for all major platforms.
ByteRockers' Games is a game development studio from Berlin, Germany, established in 2008. We are developing for all major platforms and have successfully published on PC, PlayStation, Nintendo SWITCH and the mobile market. ByteRockers' Games have been developing games since 2017 with the approach that our games train "everyday life skills" without the serious game label. To us, games are a central part of modern pop culture, evolving the culture, communication and interaction of modern society like no other medium. Therefore, games are much more than just a time killer for us.
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Beat Slayer is nothing less than the world's first hack n' slay based on rhythm. You can move freely in all directions and feel real action while dismantling hordes of enemies. Every fight is like a deadly good choreography!
Insurmountable is an adventure roguelike with permadeath, in which the player has to overcome huge mountains. Make sure that your climber stays alive by always making sure that your vital values don't get into the critical range. This task is made more difficult by a dynamic weather system, day/night changes and a multitude of randomly generated events, where you never know in advance how they will end. Your decisions matter....every single one. Because anyone could be your last
Catch Me! is a competetive online platformer for 4 players and the most action loaded game of tag you have ever played with your friends. Use interactables to change the world. Close windows to stop your chasers, open up a new escape route or simply stun pursuers.
Whether it's in the USA, Europe, Asia or even the middle east a game of tag can start anywhere and at all times.
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