Factsheet

Developer:
Velvety Couch Games
Based in Victoria, BC Canada

Founding date:
September 1, 2011

Website:
velvetycouchgames.com/

Press / Business Contact:
grahamdavis@gmail.com

Social:
twitter.com/velvetycouch

Releases:
Oddballs

Phone:
COMPANY_PHONE

Description

Velvety Couch Games is a one-man independent game studio based out of Victoria, BC Canada. As a passionate indie developer, Graham Davis is focused on creating unusual, immersive and above all else FUN games!

History

Early history

Graham has been interested in game design since an early age. Starting with the creation of an adventure game written in HyperCard, he's continued experimenting and creating games with Quake 1, Half-life 1/2, Unreal 2 and eventually with Unity3D. Graham has released level packs for Quake, and worked on the popular Half-life mod "Firearms" that was included in the Counter-Strike retail package and awarded PC Gamer's Mod of the Year and Best Multiplayer Game of the Year Runner-up in 2000. After taking a short break from game development he's now returned to the indie game scene with a passionate desire to create and share interesting games!

After that

Recently Graham has started working under the name of his indie game company Velvety Couch Games. His current project is a fun and challenging puzzle game featuring physics called OddBalls! OddBalls requires gamers to combine strategy and skill to overcome obstacles and solve clever puzzles. It features a touch based interface for the mobile market and will also be ported to Ouya and possibly the web and PC/Mac.

Projects

Videos

Images

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Awards & Recognition

Selected Articles

Team & Repeating
Collaborators

Graham Davis
Founder, designer, developer, wearer of all hats

Andrew Riley
Licensed music

Adam Quiney
Music collaboration

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