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Carcassonne Meeple & People

Artist Anthony Piraino releases Carcassonne Meeple & People, icons based on the hit iOS game from Coding Monkies.

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Your Rank Ain't What It Used to Be

Announcing the release of a new online scoring widget for use with our addictive game for OS X - Frenzic.

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Frenzic Players Get Bragging Rights

The player community at Frenzic.com gets a boost today with the introduction of a new player comment system.

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Call for Strategy Tips

Got some killer strategy tips for all those addicted souls playing Frenzic? Head over to Frenzic.com and send 'em in!

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Carcassonne Meeple and People

Icons inspired by the iOS version of Carcassonne

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Deep Green

Joachim Bondo's Deep Green chess program is a part of portable computing history. Bondo approached the Iconfactory to help him take Deep Green's graphics into the era of iPhone HD Retina and iPad displays.

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