Welcome to WarGirl Games! The development team behind Over The Hills And Far Away and the My Little Dictator visual novel series!          Click on the GAMES button to check out our catalogue of downloadable indie games. Click on the MEDIA button to see screenshots, videos, music and artwork. Click on the BUY NOW button to visit our store. Click on the NEWS button for all the latest on games development. Click on the FORUMS button to visit The Hyperspace Forums. Click on the CONTACT button to get in contact with WarGirl Games.


Website UpdateSunday, October 9, 2016
The pages for My Little Dictator and Over The Hills And Far Away have been updated to the new style. It took a while since it was low on the To-Do list. Now it includes more relevant screenshots, character information and concept art. There are a lot more characters to come but it'll take a little time to put together all the images. For now, we want to focus more on developing the games. We're posting on our social media a lot so check us out on our Facebook and Twitter for a more consistent stream of information and updates.

September UpdateTuesday, September 13, 2016
Hard work continues as ever on both Yokyoku and My Little Dictator, with all areas seeing improvement and proofing. We're getting close and will keep at it until both games are released and available to play. Due to the game's relatively low budget (compared to what we want to achieve), it's been a slow process and has relied on slowly raising funds, month on month. But we've got a lot of artwork, music and unique gameplay, and the game is much richer for it. Thanks for your patience, as always.

Anniversary of Hiroshima BombingsThursday, August 06, 2016
On this day in WW2, the United States drops an atomic bomb—the first to be used in warfare—on Hiroshima, killing 75,000 people instantly, and injuring more than 100,000. Whatever our trials and tribulations when it comes to looking at the history of the Second World War, the bombing of Hiroshima is a moment worth quietly reflecting on.

Social MediaSunday, July 24, 2016
We've started scheduling our social media and working more closely with followers and backers, to ensure we're putting out more updates, more images and more information on a weekly basis. We want to ensure all our fans and backers are up-to-date with our projects and feel they know what's going on.

My Little Dictator - ArtworkMonday, May 2, 2016
Since the game began, My Little Dictator has seen a dramatic increase in the number of assets and in its artwork, with many more backgrounds, pixel art characters, sprites and more. We've increased the budget of the project and continue to build on our past work, including more visually exciting things. Keep an eye out for more screenshots and previews to see how this work is moving along in development.

Over The Hills And Far Away - UpdateFriday, April 15, 2016
Our first released game continues to gain great feedback and is doing well on the Steam platform. Keep an eye out for regular discounts and information on potential DLC for the future. While out other projects take priority, the world of OTHAFA and its characters most definitely have a future...

Website UpdateThursday, March 31, 2016
The site is still undergoing some construction so prepare for things to shift about. Hopefully it'll all end up looking good in the next few days. Keep an eye on this space as things become more dynamic and stuff shifts around. In other news, production is still going well on MLD as more art and music assets come in. We'll be putting out another update to backers real soon now that KS surveys are being filled in.

Anniversary of the AnschlussSaturday, March 12, 2016
On March 12, 1938, German troops march into Austria to annex the German-speaking nation for the Third Reich. In early 1938, Austrian Nazis conspired for the second time in four years to seize the Austrian government by force and unite their nation with Nazi Germany. Austrian Chancellor Kurt von Schuschnigg, learning of the conspiracy, met with Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in the hopes of reasserting his country's independence but was instead bullied into naming several top Austrian Nazis to his cabinet.

On March 9, Schuschnigg called a national vote to resolve the question of Anschluss, or "annexation", once and for all. Before the plebiscite could take place, however, Schuschnigg gave in to pressure from Hitler and resigned on March 11. In his resignation address, under coercion from the Nazis, he pleaded with Austrian forces not to resist a German advance into the country. The next day, March 12, Hitler accompanied German troops into Austria, where enthusiastic crowds met them. Hitler appointed a new Nazi government, and on March 13 the Anschluss was proclaimed. Austria existed as a federal state of Germany until the end of World War II, when the Allied powers declared the Anschluss void and reestablished an independent Austria. Schuschnigg, who had been imprisoned soon after resigning, was released in 1945.

My Little Dictator Kickstarter SurveysWednesday, March 09, 2016
For our original backers of My Little Dictator on Kickstarter, we have sent out surveys for physical rewards, to gather contact and delivery information. It's been a few years since our Kickstarter and we apologize for the delay in getting rewards out to our backers. While the game continues in development, we hope some digital and physical gifts being sent will keep people going until we finish the project. Thank you as always to everybody for being so patient and we hope to deliver on your expectations!

The FoxBoxFriday, March 04, 2016
There's now an irc chat on the website, titled The FoxBox. Considering the lack of a forums or user interface attached to the website, it may go unused for a while until we can better work out how we want the website to be used and to run. For now, it's a cool place to hang out if you want to chat. If you find it empty, head on over to The Hyperspace Forums and chat to members there in the commbox.

Updated WarGirl WebsiteTuesday, March 01, 2016
The website has been updated to look a bit cleaner, run better, and some broken things have been fixed. A great thing about this new dynamic look is that the site should run on mobile devices and adjust as necessary. The site has been kind of dormant for a while so there will be more content and images posted. It needs updating across the board and all bringing in line. Once we've got the look done and dusted, we'll be able to maintain it all a bit more frequently and look after it. Let us know your thoughts on the new look and what you think this website needs.