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SoftEgg Products

SoftEgg believes that fun is more than just games. With every product we release, we try to do something new and different.


- Now available for Nintendo DSi in the DSiWare store, Rhythm Core Alpha turns your game system into a musical instrument.

Create your own drum patterns, basslines, and melodies, and then solo along with them using the stylus. It includes powerful editing features and a wide variety of wild sounds. The touch-screen and stylus make it easy to create music quickly.

Rhythm Core Alpha was designed for the creation of live music in front of an audience.

It's not just a toy, and much more than a music tool; Rhythm Core Alpha is a musical instrument for the next generation! Official Site

- This was the first official product for SoftEgg. Having worked on all aspects of this game when it was still being produced under the auspices of Adventions, SoftEgg took over the product when Adventions was disolved. Alas, the cascading bankruptcies of our licensors prevented the game from ever being officially released. The rights have now reverted to Gainax and NineLives, so please stop asking us for copies of the game!
- We like Nintendo's new DSi platform for it's web connectivity, and because we can sell games in their online store and not pay to manufacture cartridges. But we were sort of sad that it's Javascript implementation wasn't elaborate enough to run Google Maps. So we wrote our own version that works with the DSi, using Google's own APIs. Why don't you give it a whirl?
- The Gameboy Advance is a great little platform, and we had designs on programming it for a while. There is a wonderful hacker scene writing all sorts of stuff for the GBA, but most of the graphic tools we found out there were for making bitmap images. JACK is a traditional tile and sprite ripping program. We had plans to eventually give it a full project structure, but canceled the GBA project before we got that far.

Other Companies' Products

SoftEgg's members have also done a lot of work for other companies on projects that you actually may have heard of. Here are some non-SoftEgg projects worked on by SoftEgg members:

Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters

- SoftEgg was called upon by High Impact Games to help put the finishing touches on the first Ratchet and Clank game for the Playstation Portable (PSP). They were so satisfied with our work that the contract was extended twice!

- SoftEgg was hired to help Climax Group with early programming work on the Playstation Portable (PSP) version of Konami's popular Silent Hill game franchise. They were so satisfied with our work that the contract was extended to double it's original length when they switched to the Renderware game engine.
- Electronic Arts called upon SoftEgg to help them meet their schedule on this videogame remake of the famous Sean Connery movie. SoftEgg's Tim Trzepacz helped them to bring this multi-platform, Renderware-based game to market for Christmas 2005! Read the producer's testimonial!
- Tim Trzepacz worked on these games while employed for Insomniac Games. Each game sold over three million copies world-wide. Ratchet and Clank 1 was packed-in with the Playstation 2 in Japan, which is unheard of for a US produced game!
- These localizations of Japanese videogames for Sega Saturn and Sony Playstation One were coded by Tim Trzepacz for Working Designs. What ever happened to them?
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Cat's Eye: Professional Art Thief
- Another Working Designs program by Tim Trzepacz. This internal tool was never released to the public, but it allowed the user to browse a binary file as an image in hopes of finding and extracting embedded graphics. The program is very full-featured, allowing the user to examine the file at any bit depth or tile size. It can use paletted images, planar images, RGB images, etc.

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