Tiamat X – Steam

In preparation for the Tiamat X launch on Steam, we have recreated the Tiamat X trailer:

We have made various additions and changes to the Steam version of the game and these are as follows:

  • Fixes to the music playback.
  • At the end of a level you are no longer automatically taken to the next level – you now have to press the fire button to progress.
  • Steam achievements
  • Steam leaderboard
  • Steam trading cards

We have also made changes to the non-Steam version based on player feedback including:

  • Fixes to the music playback.
  • At the end of a level you are no longer automatically taken to the next level – you now have to press the fire button to progress.

These changes should be available on the following distribution platforms (for PC) in the coming weeks:

We are currently looking at the viability of updating Tiamat X on the OUYA platform as well as introducing a Linux version for release on Steam. As of yet we still do not have a firm date for the release of Tiamat X on Steam, but we are aiming for sometime in the Spring.

Please note that we will not be updating Tiamat X for mobile devices. This includes the following marketplaces/stores:

  • Windows Store
  • Google Play
  • Amazon App Store
  • Nook
  • Samsung Apps

Tiamat X


The evil Choazid Empire has launched a surprise attack on your homeworld, establishing a heavily fortified base from where their forward assault group burrows deep underground, capturing subterranean lifeforms and transforming them into vicious biomechs.

With it being only a matter of time before the Choazids start converting your people, it’s up to you to take the controls of one of the few remaining Tiamat dragonship prototypes: the X class fighter, a craft capable of immense firepower – provided you pick up enough upgrade caches during a mission where you must dodge and blast like there’s no tomorrow.

Featuring six levels of intense shooting action, Tiamat X is a rip-snortin tribute to the side-scrolling shooters of yesteryear, and would be right at home blazing away on the screen of a booming, beer-stained arcade cabinet. As such, your PC, phone or tablet will have to do, and it is much to the designer’s regret that he can’t plumb a coin-slot into his rig for that truly authentic seaside amusement-park experience.

Get some big speakers, though. Really, we do recommend them for this game.


Available on the following marketplaces:


Desura Digital Distribution

Tiamat X


Tiamat X on PS4

Today YoYo Games announced that they will soon be supporting compilation of games to PlayStation devices.

They will be demoing this at GDC at booth 1924. There will be around 20 games including our very own Tiamat X running on a PS4 for you all to see.

DiceKit app available on multiple devices


BBQ DiceKit is a quick and easy to use dice rolling app which serves as an excellent replacement or backup for most of the physical dice used in a variety of boardgames and RPGs. No fuss, no messing around – simply start the app, select the dice set you wish to use, and get rolling. Features include:

  • A set of boardgame dice, which include the standard six-sided spot dice, a color spot dice and logical dice.
  • A set of RPG dice: d4, d6, d8, d10, d12 & d20. The full version of the app also includes a d24 and d30.
  • Poker dice.
  • Custom dice sets (full version only), which allow you to make your own dice sets from any of the available dice – so for example, you could have a set which includes a mix of poker dice, spot dice & RPG dice. A very useful feature for anyone designing or customising their own tabletop games.
  • 3D graphics and physics-consistent dice rolls.
  • Results table, which clearly displays the roll results plus the total of any numbered dice on-screen.
  • Quick and easy to use.

Available as a free Lite version; upgrade to the full version, and you’ll have the advantages of no ads, additional d24 and d30 dice, plus the facility to create your own custom dice sets.

Available on the following marketplaces:
Google Play
Windows Phone