Past Games

Line up birds to hear their song! Standard FPS controls. WASD movement. Mouse to look. Left click to listen. Right click to lift puzzle birds.
Guide a family of ducks through outer space to their home planet by throwing out pieces of bread for them to move to.
It's a 4-player game where you control battling Boomba bots! There's also a cat! This game was one of the "Excellence in Gameplay" winners at the USC Global Game Jam Awards!
You are a Telegram operator in the midst of the Second World War. The tensions rise, the enemy has knocked out your grid of communications with your allies. Your scouts inform you that they've
Our protagonist is a virus who has been created in a secret government lab and gains sentience.
Guide Worman through the dangerous city and teach the citizens how to worm dance along the way! Control Worman by pressing the following buttons: R on keyboard / Right Bumper on Controller - mo
You play as a overly confident captain attended by his loyal crew, Beep and Boop. Your task is to make decisions, regardless of their perceived consequences to you... or your round little friends.
You are a battleship! That is, you /think/ you are a battleship. In reality, you're an office drone.
Your Sensei, who owns a time machine, has gotten himself trapped in the past! It's your job, as his student to go and save him.
Grow by adding new sets of matching (or non-matching) shapes and colors. Progress by creating valid sets of 3 and unlock more of the story. You're on your way and ready for the world!
Explore the beautiful relationship between sound and color in this immersive musical experience. You play as a glowing orb that collects musical loops that each adds a layer of complexity to the composition. Different colors correspond to individual instruments, and a changing background corresponds to the subtle changes in harmony. Note: There's a known MIDI bug that causes the sound to cut out. It usually returns in about 10 to 30 seconds.
A paradoxical racing game!
From TCNJ students, alumni, NJIT students, and the NJIT (Newark) location of the Global Game Jam 2011, a unique game sure to surprise you: Fatal Error;