Microsoft Flight is an aviation game from Microsoft Studios created as a successor to the discontinued Microsoft Flight Simulator series. The game is offered "free-to-play"; charging gamers for downloading extra content, aircraft or scenery.
GeoGuessr is a web-based geographic discovery game designed by Anton Wallén, a Swedish IT consultant, released on 9 May 2013. The game uses a semi-randomized Google Street View location and requires players to guess their location in the world using only the clues visible. The website received hundreds of thousands of unique visitors per day within a week of being released.
The Office is a video game for PC based on the sitcom of the same name, developed by American company Reveille and Published by MumboJumbo featuring the characters from the show as bobblehead dolls. Players are challenged to complete jobs and pull pranks around the office. The game was released on November 28, 2007.
NotTheNameWeWanted is a casual video game developed and published by NotGames. Parodying Grand Theft Auto V in a Snake manour, all profits gained from sales of the game are donated to the Peer Productions charity. The game was released for Microsoft Windows, iOS and Android in 2014, while ports for OS X and Linux followed in 2015.
Kinect Party is the sequel to Double Fine Happy Action Theater, Double Fine's Kinect motion-sensing based casual video game for the Xbox 360. It was published by Microsoft in 2012. It was tentatively titled Double Fine Happy Action TV, before the game's final name was announced when the game was announced at PAX Prime 2012. The game was released on December 17, 2012. The game was delayed in Australia and New Zealand. It was added to the Xbox store for this region on March 29, 2013.
Misato Katsuragi's Reporting Plan is a Namco Bandai online game for the PlayStation 3. It is based on the anime character Misato Katsuragi from the popular Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise. This news subscription game can be played on the PlayStation Portable through Remote Play and is exclusively for the Japanese market.
Double Fine Happy Action Theater is a casual video game developed by Double Fine Productions and distributed by Microsoft Game Studios. The title is a Kinect motion-sensing based title for the Xbox 360 and was released via the Xbox Live Arcade service in North America on February 1, 2012. Happy Action Theater is based on an idea that Double Fine's founder, Tim Schafer, had on devising a game that Lily, his two-year-old daughter, could play with. To this, the open-ended game is a collection of eighteen different modes that allow multiple players to interact in unique ways through the Kinect cameras and motion-sensing in an augmented reality shown on the console's display, such as playing in a giant virtual ball pit or walking through simulated lava.
My Brute is a fighting simulation video game with roleplaying elements first released in March 2009. Though an English-language game, it was developed by Motion-Twin, a French online game provider. My Brute originated as a free browser-based Flash game. It was later ported to the iPhone and iPod Touch, with enhanced graphics and added features, by the video game developer Bulkypix.
Aqua Vita is an interactive virtual aquarium developed by SCE London Studio in association with Playlogic Entertainment for the PlayStation 3 platform, which utilizes the PlayStation Eye camera peripheral. It was released on the European PlayStation Store on October 25, 2007 and appeared on the North American PlayStation Store on November 20, 2007.