Sponge Hammer Games is an independent, video game developer. We are based in the UK, but our team is scattered around Europe.
Our goal is to make a positive impact on our players’ lives through our games, stories and activities.
Currently, we are working on Flatstone Grove, a mobile game, which will calm, educate and entertain children of ages 3-6.
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Is our first game for small children. Apart from all the values we listed below, it is super cute! It is being developed for Android and iOS devices.
Our stories are designed to teach core values to your children, such as love and sharing.
There are no in-app purchases or harmful adverts in our app to worry about.
Everything in Flatstone Grove is designed for small children and for small fingers.
We engage your children’s creativity and imagination through joyful activities.
Robert wrote a summary about his Plastic Free July experience. He tried to reduce his household’s plastic waste over the month.
Robert, our bizdev manager decided to take on the challenge in July, and I will try to reduce my household’s plastic waste.
All through the month, we will look into lots of options to ban that single-use plastic from your shopping basket and your home, and we’ll share our favourites with you every week.
Janos is our experienced Unity programmer, and Unity is his hobby as well. He loves what he does at work and he wouldn’t change it at all. He chose this career path to make better games and bring better entertainment to everyone.
Chloe is a talented 3D artist, who joined us in early 2021. We needed help with converting our designs into a game-ready format. She is into photography, using analogue cameras.
Every week, we share an interesting fact from the natural world on our social media. In October, we had female sea turtles hatching; hippos cannot swim at all; a small gecko could hold 150 kilograms and frigatebirds who can sleep why they fly over the Atlantic.
Every week, we share an interesting fact from the natural world on our social media. In August, we had the largest ant colony on the planet; butterflies can taste with their feet; a 60kg banana and bees’ perception of time.
I sat down with Gabor, our audio expert and discuss music-making for a while now because that is a subject I was always curious about.
Every week, we share an interesting fact from the natural world on our social media. In July, we had a collection of animals that can sleep standing up; dolphins who call each other by unique names; Ecuador discovered an extinct tortoise species and horses are using facial impressions to communicate.