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MIKE SALYH HERE.

I'm a puzzle & game designer based out of Los Angeles, California. I build games for arcades, amusement parks, and the occasional mobile phone. I’m also the co-founder of Coin Crew Games.

 

Portfolio

Ticketed Attractions

Space SQUAD IN SPACE

Game Designer & Developer. Two Bit Circus, 2018.

A 4-6 player Escape Room that combines puzzle solving with fast-pace arcade action.  Now open in Downtown Los Angeles. Read more.

The Wine Tasting Game

Game Designer & Developer.  Two Bit Circus, 2018.

Use your slightly intoxicated senses to taste your way to victory. Possibly the only wine tasting on the planet featuring touchscreens and a scoreboard. Read more.

 

Arcade games

Wiffle Waffle

Game Designer & Developer. Self Published, 2018.

A buttery game about launching pastries at targets. Played on a bespoke 7-foot-tall cabinet, it’s a uniquely tasty arcade game. Read more.

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King of the Road

Game Designer & Developer. Coin Crew Games, 2019.

Fast-paced, casual racing for up to 8 players. Dodge oncoming traffic, ramp over obstacles, and bump your friends off the road. View Site.

 

IMMERSIVE Games

Wizard’s Warehouse

Creator. Self Published, 2019.

Do you have what it takes to run the busiest store in the kingdom? Wizard’s Warehouse is an immersive game played with barcode scanners. Read more.

Stolen Impressions

Puzzle Designer. Self Published, 2016.

A mysterious package from a notorious art thief. Stolen Impressions is a beautifully hand-crafted puzzle adventure. Read more.

 

Mobile Games

abc mouse: mastering math

Game Designer & Asst. Product Owner.  Age of Learning, 2017.

A mobile game for children ages 4-5 that teaches early math concepts. I designed this game alongside world-class educators and data analysts. Read more.

Crazy kitchen

Game Designer.  Zynga, 2016.

A casual mobile game where you're the chef and your friends are the customers. I designed 100+ levels and balanced difficulty based on player data. Read more.

 

flash Games

I started my game development career on Newgrounds.com back in the day. While modern browsers may no longer support Flash, I’ll always have a soft spot in my heart for those games. Here are four of my favorites: