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Who Said That? Update

June 13, 2013

Who Said That? has been updated to version 1.1 on Windows Phone.

This update makes some rather large visual changes, mostly with the color scheme. Who Said That? has made the jump to a purple theme. In addition to that, there is now also a dark theme for those who have AMOLED screens.

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The ‘Movies’ quiz has also been released in this update! See how much you know about some of the greatest lines to hit the big screen and who said them. The ‘Movies’ quiz also adds sources. After a question is answered, a question mark will appear that will let you see what movie the line was from. Sources are being defined for questions in previous categories as well, but as of now it is only available for ‘Movies’.

Movies Quiz

The last little bit of Who Said That? news is that it is now available for Windows Store!

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Who Said That is available completely free to all Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8 users.



Who Said That? Released!

June 6, 2013

Hello everyone,

Our latest game, Who Said That? is now available on the Windows Phone Store! Take a chance and test your knowledge on famous quotes and the people who said them.wp_ss_20130510_0001

Each quiz is separated by category. Categories range from history to funny, with an extra option to pull questions from all the quizzes.


At the end of each quiz, a summary page will pop up, detailing you stats for the quiz. This is saved to your device, and you can take how much you improve over time.

Who Said That? is free and available today. Tomorrow, a patch will be in certification that adds a new quiz type, Movies, as well as some minor bug fixes and UI changes.


Announcing Certified

April 21, 2013

Hello everyone,

It has been awhile, but Husky Paw Games is still alive. The next game from us here at Husky Paw Games isn’t really a game. Well, it can be, but that isn’t the real intention.

Certified Title Screen

Certified is a high-level quiz app. The quizzes mostly focus on college level topics, like CompTIA A+ and W3C Web Design certification exams. The goal here is to help people study during crunch time, while doing trying to make it somewhat fun. It also provides score tracking, so you can see how well you are doing over time, and how much you improve.

Certified Gameplay

At the moment it was submitted to certification, Certified had three practice exams to take. More will be added as time goes on, but I would love to know what I should aim to add first. If you have any ideas, feel free to drop a line or leave a comment.

Certified is drastically different than what we’ve done before, but all the hard work is done. Expect it in the Windows Phone Store within the week. Enjoy the app!


Mainframe Madness Updated

March 15, 2013

Cyber Attack: Mainframe Madness has been updated. What has been added, you ask?

Screenshot (41)Now available is the ability to edit your city themes with colors. Colors range from neon to heart themed, and are unlocked via coins, just like the towers.

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This update is available right now for both Windows Phone and Windows 8. More towers and themes are on the way soon, so stay tuned.


Cyber Attack: Mainframe Madness

March 1, 2013

After the long onslaught from the invaders, morale is at an all time low. Just as the last bit of hope was hanging on by a thread, a massive breakthrough in weapons technology might actually be able to save the Cybernet.

Defend with the new tech, including blaster mini-turrets, splitters, and magnet beacons.


Unfortunately, not only you have progressed technologically. Some of the invaders started carrying flares to intercept the array or bullets coming at them.

In case it wasn’t clear, the sequel to Cyber Attack is on its way. Cyber Attack: Mainframe Madness returns you to the Cybernet. However, things are a little different now.


There are a lot more weapons in this version of the game. Before, you had three weapons and could use them all at the same time. This time around, there are now loadouts. Only two weapons can be equipped at a time, but they are on separate cooldowns finally. The weapons themselves are a bit more varied than in the first game, and some things work really well together. For example, a combination of the magnet beacon and the laser would tear through hordes of enemies with ease.


Also new to Mainframe Madness, things are a lot more customizable. Using coins, towers can be edited to your liking. Feel like supporting Husky Paw Games? Proudly wear the paw on your tower. Are you love struck? Show the world with the heart tower.

Towers are unlocked via Cyber Coins. Cyber Coins can either be earned in game, or purchased via the store.

Cyber Attack: Mainframe Madness will be landing on the Windows Phone store next week, as well as the Windows Store today.


The End of Balloon Tap

January 22, 2013

Balloon Tap has had a nice run, but it has been removed from the Windows Phone Store.

While working on porting Balloon Tap to Windows 8, it became obvious that Balloon Tap isn’t the kind of quality that Husky Paw Games should be known for. It would take a lot of work to get it to an acceptable level.

It made me realize that, while it was great when I was new to the game, it isn’t up to par anymore.

Maybe Balloon Tap will come back some day, much improved, but right now, no plans are made to bring it back. In the meantime, keep an eye out for announcements related to our next game, Blob Lab.


Cyber Attack on Windows Phone Update

January 1, 2013

Don’t worry, Cyber Attack on Windows Phone isn’t being left behind. An update is now live on the Windows Phone Store.

What is in this update, you ask? Well, for one thing, the stats that are present on the Windows 8 version are now available here on Windows Phone. Beat your own best scores, while racking up your shots fired and accuracy.

Another little bonus is the new menu system. The menus are very similar to the Windows 8 menu system.

Hope you enjoy it!