I'm a software developer in the high desert in Quartz Hill, California. I have a water basin behind my house for catching water runoff. During the spring and early summer it has a lot of frogs and they end up getting into my pool and I have to "save" them.
The idea of the game started about two years ago. When my son, Zach, came home for the summer from college, he couldn't find a job. We went out to breakfast one morning and were discussing this when I brought up that we could make the game together.
He had learned how to use the graphics tools in high school and I knew he could do it. I wasn't as good with graphics but I program for a living and knew that I could handle the coding. Together we worked hard for many months to complete the game but it is never done.
I already have ideas for more games, completely different styles, and my son wants to build a game of his own. Currently, we are working on Z-Hero: The Sacred Sword, a Zelda style action, adventure game.
I hope you enjoy our games and keep in touch,
“Cool game. Lots of fun and entertaining.”
“My daughter really enjoys this game. She is five and can play it by herself and entertain herself for an hour.”
“This game is for kids, but it's challenging enough for adults as well. I was surprised at how many frogs got away from me! LOL”