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DrinkBox Studios is known for creating some unique, visually interesting games, including About a Blob, Mutant Blobs Attack and Guacamelee. But now that theyíve pulled back the curtain on their most recent offering, Severed, it looks like fans of the indie developer have the most unique, most visually interesting of their games to date looming just over the horizon.
Looking for a little crowd-sourcing love, Matthew Cliffton's Montague's Mount has ventured toward the financially viable outlet of IndieGoGo in hopes of securing additional funding to complete the project and brush it up nice and neat.
MineCraft is all the rage right now...or rather, it was all the rage during 2011 and is sort of middling out right now. Anyway, Mojang's popular voxel-based crafting game has spawned a number of clones, including a really cool looking game called Planet Explorers.
A fan-made game cooked up in just under 72 hours has been released to help promote the kickstarter for the Two Guys From Andromeda SpaceVenture as they aim to rekindle their game-making magic with a new Space Quest-style adventure game.
Finnish developers FrozenByte's upcoming adventure fantasy game, Trine 2, is cross-platform compatible thanks to the Steamworks platform. This basically means that Mac users can play with PC users and vice versa. Unfortunately, PS3 gamers and Xbox 360 owners won't be able to share multiplayer experiences in the new fantasy title.
The new point-and-click adventure game, Time Gentlemen, Please!, just had its opening cinematic released for public viewing.
The sequel to the murder mystery, Still Life, is finally on its way. Featuring point-and-click adventuring, a thrilling and mature story, and dual protagonists (both controlled by the player), Still Life 2 is shaping up to be one of the more noteworthy adventure games of the year.
PlayFirst announced today that they have added a new game to their stash of indie titles. Their latest addition is Emerald City Confidential. Developer, Dave Gilbert, puts a unique and quirky spin on the Wizard of Oz tale by adding some mystery, some suspense and a little CSI.
Yes, itís another movie-based game. You know what that means? It means that as a journalist Iím going to tell you that thereís hope this game could be good. I will, however, admit that this game may have a better chance at doing well on the market only because it sounds like an RPG for the Nintendo DS.