Stay tuned for all the announcements, videos, and illustrations, leading up to launch here!
We can’t wait for you to dig in and let us know what you think!
Check out our billboard and some audio showcase videos in our latest Kickstarter update!
The Kickstarter’s success has kept us extremely busy building a game, but you can follow monthly updates on Kickstarter here!
Today we have some concept art to share from our latest game, Battle Chef Brigade!
Featured below is our lead character Mina! This is pretty much her final design. You may recognize some shared features as well as some clear differences from her debut in the first teaser image we posted a while back.
Additionally, there are some other key characters to the world: A dashing host and a panel of judges sure to have some interesting opinions.
Stay tuned for the launch of our official Battle Chef Brigade webpage (early next year). We are so excited to share this new adventure with you!
Wow! It’s so awesome to have reached 1,000 followers on Facebook. Thank you to everyone who has supported us with comments, likes, and shares!
As a little gift here is a collage of all the fable illustrations found in our puzzle game, Orion’s Forge. It’s been a while since we launched that little game and we figure everyone who has purchased it has conquered the towers, but if you are still new to it don’t worry about spoilers, these images are best taken in with the words you’ll read through the game!
Hope you enjoy!
Happy Friday! Here’s a treat for you all, a little pic made for the next game in development at Trinket Studios!
Hey all, Ben here!
It’s an exciting time here at Trinket Studios. Our brains are in high gear and storms are brewing! As part of our ramp into pre-production on the next title, we’re taking some occasional breathers to document our experiences with Color Sheep and Orion’s Forge. To that end, we’re very excited to finally share some sales numbers from our two 99 cent games with everyone!
Howdy all, Trinket Ben here!
Now that Trinket Studios has two games out and a visit to PAX East under our belts, I thought I’d publish a retrospective on our expenses. Yes, we know, it’s super late! After our visit to PAX we jumped straight in on an update to Color Sheep that took about two weeks — a lot less than we budgeted for, but it also left us with little energy or bandwidth to properly document our experiences up until and through PAX. We’re finally weening off of Color Sheep work and focusing on new ideas and closing old books. Hopefully this information will be valuable to others who may be pondering the cost of starting their own company. I know I wish I had found more information like this when we started!
It’s about time we posted about Trinket’s experience at PAX East! About a month ago Tom, Ben, and I made our very first leap into the game convention world.
Chris Cobb from Ragtag Studio had mentioned that he and his team were attending PAX along with the Men Who Wear Many Hats, Young Horses, and Sinister Design. Immediately, Trinket’s interest was piqued! How could we resist joining our friends and fellow Chicago indies on their adventure?
Hello! Eric here! In Chicago we’re experiencing some serious April showers, so what better time than now to cozy up to a toasty blog post. If you’ve also been caught in the rain, settle down next to our creative hearth and have a moment to dry off. Today I’ll be discussing the entire visual and narrative journey of Orion’s Forge.