Get Set Games is Go

By Derek van Vliet
Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009 | Announcements | Comments

The members of Team Awesomo have started a company called Get Set Games. We’re going to be focusing our game jam spirit on iPhone game development. Our first project is already well under way. You can get a peek here.


Flock U now available for download

By Rob Segal
Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009 | Uncategorized | Comments

If you haven’t been following the posting of games on the TO Jam website you may have missed that Flock U is now available for download.

Four player action at its best.  Check it out.

Flock U at TO Jam #4

By Rob Segal
Thursday, June 4th, 2009 | Uncategorized | Comments

Flock U

Team Awesomo has been a participant in the Toronto Indie Game Jam (TO Jam) since its inception in 2006.  We have created timeless classics such as Kalishnikitty in OMFG Missiles!, Benny Hinn’s Bible Blast For Cash and Seas of Cheese.

This year was no exception.  TO Jam #4 ran from May 1 – 3 and was a non stop battle against sleep and proper nutrition.  This year we came up with Flock U a four player competitive  game where you represent your flu of choice (bird, pig, monkey or lizard) and try to eliminate the other flu’s your  It will be available for download June 8th off of the TO Jam website.

This week 9 games were released from the jam and they are a cornucopia of fun.  You should definitely check them out.

Love and Hate at The Hand Eye Society

By Rob Segal
Tuesday, April 28th, 2009 | Announcements | Comments

We had the opportunity to present Love & Hate at the second meeting of the Hand Eye Society.  The Hand Eye Society is a local game development interest group.  They gather every other month to talk shop on all things game dev.  Last night was part of their “5 in 25″ social event.  Five presentations in 25 minutes.  Very fast paced demos of what some of the people around Toronto are working on.

Love and Hate at the Hand Eye Society

We were able to make a few tweaks on Love & Hate for this presentation which we hope to make available soon in an updated download.

Ryan Creighton of Untold Entertainment was using plastiscene balls to help out on his presentation.  He tossed several balls into crowd getting people to create the main character of their next video game.  Here we have Matt pulling off some of his modeling skills in plastiscene form (NOTE: that’s play-doh or modeling clay for the layman) along with the creations of several others from that night.

Master of Plasterseen

Next up for Team Awesomo is TO Jam #4 happening May 1 – 3.

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Presenting at the Hand Eye Society Tonight

By Derek van Vliet
Thursday, April 23rd, 2009 | Announcements | Comments

We’re going to be presenting the latest version of Love and Hate at the Hand Eye Society tonight. If you’re around Queen West, come by for a drink and some games. It’s at Unit at 7 – 10pm (1198 Queen Street W).

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Love and Hate Available for Download

By Derek van Vliet
Saturday, February 7th, 2009 | Release | Comments

Love & Hate

Love and Hate is a 2 – 4 player game where you compete to eat as many monsters as you can before the time runs out. Every monster you eat makes you bigger and bigger but also makes you move slower and slower. The biggest player at the end of the round wins.

Download Love and Hate Now!

Installation and Running

1. Unzip the file.

2. Run “Love and Hate.exe”

System Requirements

XNA 3.0: Get it here.

.NET Framework: Get it here.


Keyboard players use the WSAD and IKJL keys to move up, down, left and right, respectively.

XBox 360 controller players use just the left thumb stick.

Gameplay Instructions

Eat yellow monsters that are smaller than you to get bigger. Avoid yellow monsters that are bigger than you. They will make you shrink! The object of the game is to be the biggest player when time runs out.





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