Hull Breach was made for the inaugural December 2020 LibreJam. It is a top down arcade game where an astronaut has to seal breaches in his ship using duct tape in zero gravity. First collecting the tape, the player than bounces from wall to wall to get to the leaks as they open up. (1.0.0)
Hedged was first made for the April 2021 LibreJam. It is a first-person 3D maze game with a horror theme. Set in a snowy hedge garden reminiscent of The Shining, the player attempts to find the exit while evading his suddenly murderous wife. (1.2.0)
Bring Them On was made for the August 2021 LibreJam. It is a top-down shooter game with a science fiction theme. Upon developing a teleportation device, the player is pursued by monsters from another plane of reality. (1.0.0)
Gambas Performance System is a free software system to create virtual agents and actors for games and animation projects; this can include semi-autonomous digital puppets or fully independent game entities controlled by artificial intelligence.
Gambas Tile System is a free software tiling system for two dimensional games that allows for the creation of scalable, adaptive and low over-head tile worlds. Fixed screen version used in Hull Breach.
Gambas Physics System is a free software light-weight physics system for basic simulations of collisions, motions and forces.
Malcolm Wilson Multimedia (PigaLore) is a free content studio principally ran by Malcolm Rex Peter Wilson, which has contributed regularly to Piga Software projects. He composed the soundtracks to the unreleased Billy Bear, as well as for Donut Quest and most recently Windys. He also composed the "Piga Software Theme" jingle back in 2004, and has since created sound effects for Alexei: Part IX and devised most of the graphics for Piga's Santa Drop Down, New Years Dodge 'Em and Childish Cannoneer, among numerous cases of multimedia manipulation and conversion. As Brogo's cartoonist, he also designed and drew the artwork for Donut Quest.
Ryan C. Gordon and icculus.org for kindly supplying hosting after years of being in the darkness of "free" hosting. A pity our various wiki and forum hosts have not been merely as stable or obliging!
Steve "sholzy" Holzfaster, Tomasz "tommyline" Kolodziejczyk (our OpenGL mentor, much obliged!), Quincunxian, cogier, gbWilly, and everyone else at the Gambas Forum in all its various forms and the current Gambas ONE community for all their help and support.
All those who have visited the forum, given a suggestion or have given their support over the years.
Fancy yourself on this list? Get in touch and we shall see how you can help!