Fly-A-Way: A Board Game by Tuber

Tuber’s love for design and storytelling has brought them to a completely new place—the world of board games. Live now on Kickstarter, Fly-A-Way is a competitive, family-friendly game where players strategise to gain the most points from completing migratory routes and saving birds. Together with their knowledge partner BirdLife International Asia, Tuber has crafted the game’s mechanics and […]

Amazing Ash & Superhero Ah Ma: Available for Preorder

Difference Engine is incredibly proud to present Melanie Lee & Arif Rafhan’s new middle grade graphic novel, Amazing Ash & Superhero Ah Ma! Melanie and Arif have been working incredibly hard on this book for the past year and a half, and it’s finally coming to fruition. This heartwarming story about the special relationship between […]


What would you say to a river demon in Tokyo? Find out what happens in Daryl Qilin Yam’s Kappa Quartet! Sorta Scary Singapore Stories is now available online – complete with audiobook snippets! Sorta Scary Singapore Stories features four short stories commissioned as 360° illustrations which you can experience through VR headsets and audiobooks. This […]

The Makers Club: Digital Launch

Difference Engine, a Potato company, is proud to present the digital launch of The Makers Club: Game On!, the first book in a new graphic novel series that aims to inspire kids to explore STEAM topics and maker culture. The Makers Club: Game On! features a group of fun and diverse characters who embark on […]

The Last Days of American Crime: Netflix Launch

Congratulations to Matlock Stone, a Potato company, on their upcoming release! Executively produced by Matlock Stone in partnership with Radical Sudios and distributor Netflix, The Last Days of American Crime is a sci-fi and action crime thriller directed by Olivier Megaton (Colombiana, Taken 2) and starring Emmy-nominated actor Edgar Ramirez (American Crime Story). Based on […]

Introducing CaseStudy

Through our pilot and longest running project ‘Digi-Eskwela’, we managed to understand several problems that the staff on the ground faced. The first being transportation – the Tiwala teachers commuted between locations with items such as mobile routers, projectors, a laptop and up to 20 tablets being carried in a single backpack. Bulking up in […]