The Looney Labs Electronic Arcade

Digital Fluxx is now on both iOS and Android! 


The following electonic versions for Looney Labs games have been available for free:

Many of these may not work anymore...

  • Icebreaker: The 5-level demo versions of the long-lost Andrew Looney video game is still available for Mac or PC


Official Policy on Electronic Versions of Looney Labs Games

Updated July 2019

In 2019, Looney Labs renewed the license for the electronic rights for its card game FLUXX to Playdek, a video game company that created the original iOS version of Fluxx back in 2012. Playdek and Looney Labs are looking forward to working on additional digital versions of Fluxx on iOS, Android, and other platforms in the months and years to come.

Looney Labs is not interested in pursuing other digital partners at this time. There is just too much going on, and digital partnerships are complicated. That said, Looney Labs has a long history of granting permission for fan-built computerizations of their games, and is likely to continue to do so for simple or obscure games that will not compete with our Playdek products. If you like to program as a hobby, and want to create a freeware electronic version of a Looney Labs games, please Contact Us with details on your plans and ask for permission before anything is made available online. Your freeware game must be a faithful adaptation of the original and must include a promotion for the physical version of the Looney Labs game it represents.