The Urban Technology Project celebrates the completion of Game Camp

The Urban Technology Project, who worked with us mentoring students at the School of the Future, published a write-up about our work teaching young people how to make video games. Take a look at their write-up here:

Education Driven By Entertainment

The foundation of a game is to be a fun and engaging experience. We recently found an article, “How to Make an Educational Game Kids Want to Play” by Adriene Hill, explaining one of the most important rules to making an effective educational game is that it cannot be a chocolate covered broccoli. In other words, it […]

Philly Tech Week App Arcade

Last Saturday, Skyless Game Studios presented at the Philly Tech Week App Arcade. This event was an opportunity for companies to present their ideas, prototypes, and products for the Philadelphia Technology sector. We had a booth there and Chris and I spent a few hours promoting and demonstrating our in-development games: LifeLeap and AssembleIt. It […]

A New Round of Co-ops

At Skyless Games we are always excited to have new co-ops join us. Today we were able to welcome aboard 15 new co-op students to our team. These young people from Drexel will be working with us for the next six months in a variety of roles. While they have only been here for a short […]

Transparency International Funds A New Game: City Hall

Transparency International and the International Anti-Corruption Conference’s Social Entrepreneurship Initiative have awarded us grant funding! We will be using it to create a game on governance called City Hall. About The Game City Hall is a city management game that exposes players to the intricacies of managing the cities they live in. Using data pulled from real operating […]

Our Latest Game: LifeLeap

I am very excited to be able to announce LifeLeap, our latest project. It is an infinite runner game in which the player not only has to navigate the platforms but also battle constantly declining health by picking up medicine crates. We are developing this in association with Aahana, a non-profit-organization that provides education, health care, and […]

Happy New Year!

This is just a quick post to wish everyone a Happy New Year. Last year at Skyless Games was definitely an eventful one. We were covered in several news stories, landed some new clients, and began making money. Even though we have barely begun 2015, we already have plans for it to be even more […]

Skyless Featured in Philly’s Start-up Round-Up

Yesterday we were mentioned in Technically Philly’s startup round-up for hosting John, a young, aspiring game designer with autism. He spent some time at our office learning about what its like in the video game industry. We also showed Josh some of the work our team was doing.  This was all setup through an awesome […]