Briefcase Demo is released, 12 years later!
A downloadable free game demo for Windows
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Briefcase is the game I didn't know I made.
Does this ever happen to you? You spend months working on that demo. In the heat of the night and in despair of wondering if it would ever see the light of day.
You watch all other indies successfully publish their 5-minute games, whilst you struggle to make that one game you want to publish, that months go into.
And then... suddenly you realize, that sometime in 2003, you already made a demo. And even finished the full game, containing a whole of 50 levels!
Today, I introduce... the game I did not know I made.
Briefcase is a puzzle game demo I created in the year 2003. The finished game contains 50 levels, but unfortunately I lost the executable for that when Kagi changed their website (the distribution channel I was using to sell my game) it appears the files were gone, too! The game sold about 50 copies, to mainly female audience.
My company is now Tigris Games LLC. But in 2003 I ran my game business under Fallout Software, Inc. This is why the branding is seen the way it is in the current demo. It's a relic!
I am currently in the process of looking for the original game files, and a possibility of creating a remake of Briefcase using the brand new OpenGL engine, with more items, more levels, etc.
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