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Sharpshooter Plus is now available on Steam! Take the challenge using a controller, mouse, or touchscreen!

Introducing the yyrGames Collection bundle!

Hi! Now that there are 3 yyrGames releases on Steam, there is now a yyrGames Collection bundle! It will allow you to purchase all currently-released yyrGames titles at a deep 40% discount! All future yyrGames releases on Steam will be added to this bundle, as well!

Check the yyrGames Collection bundle out here!

Sharpshooter Plus is now available!

A fast-paced, action-packed, skill-testing shooting experience for your whole family is here! With gamepad, mouse, and touchscreen play, as well as several difficulty levels, bonus modes, and Steam Leaderboards for worldwide score competition, Sharpshooter Plus brings an authentic arcade-style experience to your PC or Mac! Click here to find out more, or buy it right now!

Welcome to yyrGames!

It's possible that you're here because you played or bought one or more of my games at Super MAGFest 2020! So, I'll give you a little introduction to what I'm about, what I've got out right now, and what comes next!
I'm a one-man indie developer from New York, and I exclusively develop arcade-style games, because those are my favorite kinds of games. They're what I grew up with, and what I still enjoy playing the most, even at my current age of 40.

Mac support is up in the air (UPDATED 2/28/2020)

The following applies not only to future releases, but also to my currently-released games, Super Multitasking, Sharpshooter Plus, and Falling Plus. If you are a Mac user, please read it carefully.

Apple has decided to tighten the security on the latest version of MacOS. They are now requiring all developers to submit their work--both new apps, and updates to existing apps--to Apple for "notarization." This allows Apple to determine whether apps are infected with malware, unsafe to run, etc. ahead of time. While this is certainly a good thing for users, the not-so-good part is that an active developer account is required for this process, which costs $99+tax per year.

Farewell, Internet Ranking

Xbox Live Indie Games didn't support Leaderboards. So several XBLIG used various methods to get around this limitation. Some used a peer-to-peer system to provide in-game leaderboards, but this required Xbox Live Gold, and became fragmented as the player count dropped. So most yyrGames titles used a system called Internet Ranking. The games would provide 16-digit alphanumeric codes that corresponded to your score or time; yyrgames.com would accept these codes, and post your results.

After 11 years, and after accepting 619 entries from 178 unique players, Internet Ranking was closed on November 23, 2019. The most popular leaderboard, Snake360's Course 1 on Easy, contained 54 entries. To all players who participated, from the bottom of my heart, thank you very much!