Guerilla Tea Bags Windows

Quest Staking Array PromoGuerilla Tea is busy.  The company clearly is attempting to outperform the entire Scottish games industry’s output in 2013, bringing several of their games to Windows and Windows Phone.

The Quest, Staking Claims and a new title, Array have all hit the Windows Phone 8 store.  The Quest and Staking Claims are also now available for Windows 8.

If you’re not familiar with the games – and they are an eclectic bunch – here’s a quick summary…

Quest Anniversary 5The Quest is a Rubik’s cube-like puzzle game in which players must manipulate the cubic corners of their curious world to help Sir Steve, the knight, retrieve his favourite mug. It’s a little like King Arthur’s grail quest, only with balloons and boats and an incredibly satisfying game mechanic.

IMG_0354Staking Claims is a rootin’ tootin’ western gold rush-themed recreation of the kids game ‘squares’. Draw lines, complete boxes. The player who completes a box claims it and gets another move. The player with the most squares – and gold – wins.

Array Windows PhoneArray is a new title. In each level, the player must match an arrangement of numbered tiles on a grid. However, placing a tile adjacent to another will increase the number shown on the original tile… Like all the best puzzle titles, it sounds simple. In practice however, your brain will start complaining after several levels, with sobbing and nosebleeds setting in shortly thereafter.

If you’re a Windows Phone, or Windows user you can find the games by following the links below:

Windows 8

Windows Phone 8

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