Indie platformer Limbo has been a surprise hit both commercially and critically on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC. However, the game almost didn't make it to two of those platforms. There was once a chance it would be exclusive to the PS3.
After PlayDead struck gold with Limbo a lot of other developers have been trying their hand at offbeat puzzle-platform games, one of which includes the latest title from Beautifun Games called Nihilumbra.
Downloadable games might be convenient to store but they leave your shelves looking a little bare. Starting today, you can buy a boxed copy of digital hit Limbo to impress any would-be visitors to your gaming lair.
The sleeper hit Limbo might be ported to a new platform soon. Playdead, the puzzle-platformers developer, is looking for a programmer with experience in smartphone and browser development.
Playdead's puzzle-platform game Limbo will neglect Mac gamers no longer. The indie hit is now available for systems with Mac OS X 10.6 or later through the App Store for $9.99.
Indie studio Playdead's debut title Limbo has hit an important sales milestone. The developer revealed that the platformer has now sold over one million copies worldwide on Xbox Live Arcade, PSN, and Steam.
Playdead, developer of surprise indie hit Limbo, is hard at work on their next game. They've yet to formally announce the game but studio boss Dino Patti dropped a few clues about it in a new interview.
The game that garnered tons of attention for its engagingly bleak atmosphere and philosophical themes about life, death and limbo will be appearing on the PS3's PlayStation Network and on PC via Steam, soon.
Earlier this summer Playdead released puzzle-platformer Limbo on Xbox Live Arcade. Though the game racked up great sales and reviews, they're not dashing off to make a direct sequel.