Goin’ retro!


Even though we use all of the available tools to create Minute Mayhem, we still have a strong root in an aestethic that draws from the styles of old school games. In recognition of this we created a little set of art.

So: What if Minute Mayhem came out in the era of the 8 bit console? Well, the cover might look a little like this.

To Russia with Steampunker

As strange as this may seem to some, the best steampunk blog out there as far as I can tell is Russian. We are lucky enough to have our very own Russian here at the office, Aleksander Egeland.


Aleksander has established his own blog about our work with the website, and so far we have been received warmly by the Russian audience (or so he tells me). The blog may be in Russan, but it has some DAMN neat art, and articles about stuff going on that is not well advertised other places on the web. You should check it out, even if it is just to look at the pretty pictures.




Again with the geography.

Mesmer. The nation that brings the world the newest ideas in psychology, and the finest of foods and arts. Mesmer has long boasted the strongest airship fleet in the world, and are known for their anchored floating cities over rustic farmland scenery.

The bustling hubs of the bigger, landbound cities are the nerve-centers of fashion, philosophy and poetry. Here, ever new ideas are born from the minds of bright, young people.

Everything has its own pace in Mesmer however, and although they often get to define what the finer classes call “Modern”, the villages and windmills of the outlying regions make time seem like it has stood still forever.