Robert Briscoe, the environment artist behind indie hit Dear Esther recently posted on the Little Lost Poly blog that he would be leaving the Dear Esther team to work at Valve. Briscoe explains that there are a number of reasons for this move.
Every big release gets one, a trailer talking about how much critics loved the game, showing off the review scores and proclamations about the game being “outstanding” or a “must buy” or “phenomenal” or other similarly very nice things.
After four years of development, Defrost Games announced March 4, 2014 that their action/puzzle platformer, Project Temporality, had gone gold. The game is currently on sale for 20 percent off on Desura, and has been greenlit by Valve.
NASCAR is the name of the organization hosting those racing programs that regularly bring so many Americans together with their best mates and their favourite brews. The races are fast-paced, adrenaline-fuelled affairs with drivers speeding around elliptical...
The popular disease spread simulator Plague Inc. is finally infecting PCs. Originally inspired by a free flash game Pandemic II, Plague Inc. expanded the idea and provided more variety to the diseases and more stuff to do while it spreads around the world.
Project Spark is a world-creation game available on tablets and the Microsoft Store for Windows 8. It’s clear that the direction that Project Spark is headed in is one where your only limiting factor to what you can create is your imagination.