Other Peoples’ Games, Part Two

I got an email this morning from a fan of a new-ish flash engineering game, Tile Factory, suggesting I tell you guys about it.

So I will!

Tile Factory is an engineering game by Jonathon Duerig that involves factories and tiles. From what I’ve played the gameplay feels like a mix of Manufactoid and Factory Balls, but without the Lua of Manufactoid or the random trial and error of Factory Balls. That’s a compliment, by the way.

You can play the game on Kongregate and then, once you’re hooked, find a lot of user created levels here.

2 Comments to Other Peoples’ Games, Part Two

  1. Vaevictus's Gravatar Vaevictus
    September 29, 2010 at 7:51 am | Permalink

    Tile Factory even pays homage to Manufactoid, with a few levels stolen from manufactoid, with a slight variation, on “manufactoid island”. I think it’s very nicely done. 😀 Thanks for the link, zach.

  2. Krux's Gravatar Krux
    October 2, 2010 at 7:47 am | Permalink

    Thanks, I like this kind of games, but this game has some problems, you can build one sensor, connect everything with it, and it will work (some tiles crush in the beginning).