Chaotic Era is “a gigantic real-time strategy game set within a procedurally generated universe” (TechCrunch).
Explore the edges of time and space as you grow your civilization from a single planet to a vast interstellar empire over millions of years. The universe is a chaotic and hostile place—as your population expands, you’ll face the harsh challenges of a civilization stretched across the stars.
Build a fleet of specialized starships to navigate the universe and reach new worlds, gathering resources and keeping your population from falling to mass extinction.
"A very ambitious game that will allow you to carry a whole universe in your pocket." (Alpha Beta Gamer)
- Millions upon millions of galaxies, stars, and planets to be discovered—all unique to each player, procedurally generated for each campaign.
- Sophisticated crafting system for building ships and creating interconnected travel networks between planets and stars.
- True-to-scale experience of the entire universe within your mobile device.
Bobby is a Toronto-based game development studio founded by Gabriel O’Flaherty-Chan and Kevin Donnelly. Emojivision, the first release from Bobby, was featured on TechCrunch and Digital Photography Review.
In 2017, O’Flaherty-Chan went viral for hacking a Game Boy Color emulator onto the Apple Watch. Articles covering Giovanni, O'Flaherty-Chan's emulator, appeared in The Verge, Polygon, Gamespot, Gizmodo, The Next Web, PCMag, CNET, Ars Technica, Engadget, Digital Trends, Mac Rumors, and more.
Chaotic Era (Alpha Beta Gamer)
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Emojivision app turns your iPhone’s camera into a real-time emoji painting machine (TechCrunch)
Emojivision uses computational photography to turn your photos into emojis (DPReview)
Get your retro Pokémon fix with this Gameboy emulator for Apple Watch (The Next Web)
Pokémon Yellow can be played on the Apple Watch (Polygon)
Here is a tiny GameBoy emulator for your tiny Apple Watch screen (Engadget)
This hack turns an Apple Watch into a mostly working Game Boy Color (The Verge)