Welcome to, where gamers are born! Founded by independent game developers e-effect and redbeard_prime, Toobix aims to produce video games that combine old school class with fresh new ideas. Check out our current project, DPRN, to see what we've been up to!


Among the quiet hills of West Virginia, e-effect,

aka Dr. Brock Oliverio, can be found disturbing the peace with his awesome original electronic soundtracks. He also enjoys programming, game design, and studying kung fu. (Seriously, do not try to sneak up on him.)


Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, redbeard_prime, aka Brooks Newhouse, is the Toobix artist. When asked by his brother-in-law what inspires his creations the most, redbeard_prime simply replied "1980-1989."  RBP's interests include graphics, animation, character design, and cake.




   Launch day! DPRN is now available for download from the Toobix store! After many years of hard work, it's time to kick DPRN out of the nest and watch it fly! (Note - don't be confused by the metaphor, though... DPRN is not really a game about birds, unless you believe that nonsense about dinosaurs having feeathers. We'll come back to this topic later...)


Grab a copy of DPRN and join the battle between beast and bot! Then send us an email and let us know what you think!



What do dinosaurs, pirates, robots, and ninjas all have in common? They will all be featured in the new fighting game from Toobix...


DPRN: Dinopirates vs Roboninjas!


After wrapping production on our Flash arcade a few years ago, we decided it was time to tackle a larger video game for the PC. We are both huge fans of the fighting game genre, so we aimed high and started production on DPRN, a game that showcases the ongoing battle between beast and bot. This game may have a charming 2-D look, but the fighting engine is legit! After years of hard work, we've created a game that should satisfy both button mashers and technical fighters, as well as those players who just want to see crazy graphics and over-the-top special moves. We're very excited about this project, so check it out and let us know what you think! (click the logo or link above to visit the DPRN site)


The Toobix Flash arcade is currently closed, but these games will live on in our hearts. Click the thumbnails below to see screen shots of Toobix Flash games from previous years.



© 2014 Brooks Newhouse and Brock Oliverio