Gaming / Philadelphia

Play this ‘zen-like puzzle game’ from KOP studio Backward Pies

The game won second place in a 2013 challenge hosted by gaming magazine Edge.

Help magical trees grow without killing the flowers that live beneath them in “Let There Be Life” from King of Prussia studio Backward Pies.

The husband-and-wife team behind Backward Pies describes the game as a “zen-like puzzle game.” It won second place in a game challenge hosted last year by gaming magazine Edge.

Buy it on Android for $1.99 Buy it for PC for $3.99

Jason Seip, 41, and his wife, Sasha Seip, have been working on the studio full-time since May 2011. They’ve done contract work and built another game, Dukes and Dirigibles, a steampunk shooter. Jason Seip used to work remotely for a serious games company that worked on government contracts, building games for educational and training purposes.

Watch a demo of the game below.

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