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  • unmanneddrone 1:51 pm on November 21, 2012 Permalink
    Tags: , , Primordia,   

    @angryjedi Good stuff, sir. Sticking the boot into the Black Dog is easier said than done. Bastard of a thing.

    @redswir1 Wadjet really is some sort of glorious anomaly locked in a Lagrange point above an early Revolution Studios-esque world. Killer lo-fi aesthetics dress such wonderful high-concept adventure ideas. Primordia certainly looks the business. Might be the perfect winter game.

    The first screens unveiled a while back made me giddy and tumescent. Look at all them robots.

    Speaking of adventure games, let’s keep that spotlight on Stasis, Red, as I know you’re just as keen. A long and still-ongoing process, but channelling Sanitarium and Mission Critical (anyone play that? Hard sci-fi adventure game with a small VO role by Michael Dorn) and Solaris. I personally can’t wait and have been allowing a tiny rivulet of saliva to escape my rubbery lips since it was unveiled.

    Also, Krater now has a demo on Steam.

     
  • Mohammad AlHuraiz 12:42 pm on November 21, 2012 Permalink
    Tags: , Indiana Jones & the Fate of Atlantis, Primordia   

    @redswir1 I really need to get around playing Gemini Rue, yeah they’re making a game, looks excellent too. They got a nice tutorial for sprite work on the same page as Primordia, really looking forward to what they’re making.

    On the note of Point & Click, I finally got around to finish Indiana Jones & the Fate of atlantis, it was among the first point and click games I’ve ever played and probably the reason why I got into them, gonna listen to the squadcast since the game is pretty fresh in my head right now.

    (yeah, I’ve gone MIA for a while, been busy with plenty of stuff, and I might just pop up every now and then as usual).

     
  • RedSwirl 2:54 am on November 21, 2012 Permalink
    Tags: , Primordia   

    Huh. I didn’t know the Gemini Rue guys had cooked up another game:

    Oh, and the main character is the dude who narrated Bastion. They’re trying to get the game greenlit and say that anyone who buys the game from their website will get a Steam key in the event it does get greenlit.

     
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