Making the game design process even easier than it was before is a series of game development tutorials from Eric Tereshinski, better known in the internet gaming and design community as ETeeski.
Untold Games has managed to make a pretty big dent in the world of gaming... specifically, console gaming. Their new title Loading Human, will be making its way to Sony's PlayStation 4 and the new VR headset, Project Morpheus.
Rhythm game fans of yesteryear and gamers who enjoy groovy trips through psychedelic, music-powered roller coasters might be interested to know that Harmonix is looking to bring a new version of Amplitude to the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 and, despite being a big, AAA developer, the team is turning to Kickstarter to try and get the game funded.
Looking for a side-scrolling, four-player cooperative title with customizable weapons, incessant violence and physics-based destruction? Well, look no further than Black Forest Games' Diselstormers.
Shortly into the Kickstarter for a detailed history book about the digital life and times of CCP Games' ever-evolving galactic MMO, EVE Online, the project reached its goal and then doubled it.
The independent Kickstarter project from Flying Carpet Games, The Girl and the Robot, has not only been successfully funded and primed for release on PC and Wii U later this year, but the game has now been added to the software line-up of the PlayStation 4, too.
If you thought that Goat Simulator from Coffee Stain Studios was the start and end of animal-based physics simulators, you're about as wrong as a goat farmer feeding his herd mutton.
If you've been following the progress of Darksea Games's upcoming motorcycle, combat-racing game, you would know that the game is literally the spiritual successor to the age-old 16-bit racing title, Road Rash.
I'm proud to write that Hover: Revolt of Gamers from Fusty Games – previously announced for the Wii U, Xbox One and PS4 – has a Kickstarter that just recently went live. You can pledge funds to help bring the game to life, right now.
There's some good and bad news: The good news is that JetGetters has been fully funded. The bad news is that since the Kickstarter for the game has been canceled, there's no word on if the game might become a platform exclusive.
TinyBuild Games, the same distorted minds that brought you the gleefully psychotic No Time To Explain, have hit their Kickstarter goal for their Just Cause meets Sky Drift called JetGetters. But the adventure is just beginning.
Aiming for a $250,000 goal, Planets3 from studio Cubical Drift has managed to accrue $277,074 from a total of 9,104 backers as of the writing of this article.
If you were afraid that Star Citizen was getting too big for its own good and that it might get bought out by Facebook so Zuckerberg can pretend to control the galaxy with his own Facebook-logo'd dreadnaught class star destroyer, think again.
Hyper Light Drifter is shaping up to be a really exceptional game. It seems like the words “awesome” and “amazing” have been thrown around lately but it really does apply to games like Heart Machine's Kickstarter darling.
JetGetters is currently going through the Kickstarter phase and aiming to rack up some funds using the crowd-source method. The team behind the game is TinyBuild Games.