Heatbox Games’ quirky ROBOTS IN THE WILD has arrived on Steam Greenlight!
Not long ago, Robots lived in peace on a massive mothership . . . until one day they were hit by a gigantic asteroid — scattering their Blocks, and more importantly, their across the galaxy. Since are the most precious Robots of them all, it’s important that you keep them safe!
The SteamWorld hype train is certainly picking up steam!
Today Image & Form is proud to reveal the official release trailer for SteamWorld Heist, their new strategy shooter that launches worldwide on Nintendo 3DS eShop December 10 at 14:00 UTC (except Japan, which comes later).
It’s not the end of the world, it’s a beginning of a new one. A world in which the Mayan Death Robots blow great big holes in the lush landscape of Latin America in the name of alien televisual entertainment. As the Belgian soothsayers at Sileni Studios predicted, the full force of the killer alien robots has been unleashed today, with Mayan Death Robots available now for PC via Steam priced at $14.99 USD plus a 10% discount for the first week.
A remarkable recent discovery in the jungles of Central America has inspired a short documentary film about the Mayan Death Robots phenomenon, which explains the chaos these mechanical aliens unleashed when they invaded our majestic planet.
In Subaeria you take on the role of an outcast trying to escape a future world ruled over by technology. Armed with only your wits and the company of a personal drone, you must fight your way through droves of murderous robots by pitting them against one another.
On this desperate journey, you’ll uncover mysteries that lie below the depths in a battle to escape the underwater city of Subaeria. Are you intrigued yet? Good, because you’ll get your chance to rise up against the oppressive machines on tomorrow, Tuesday, September 22nd, as Subaeria will be launching in Early Access on Steam.
My love affair with the N Series began in 2008 with the release of N+, which was the second game in the series. However I have to be honest, N+ wasn’t even on my radar as being a game I needed or wanted to play. Based on what I’d seen at the time, it looked to be far too simple and I couldn’t see the value contained within it.
And then I downloaded the demo. By the time I’d beaten all of the levels within it, I knew I needed to buy it. With that being said, could N++ possibly live up the the high expectations that I approached it with?
Last month we were excited to share the announcement that Whalebox Studios is currently in the process of developing their dream project, Goliath.
While the team was at E3 they ran themselves ragged getting Goliath in front of the convention goers that were in attendance, however like much of you we weren’t among them… Today was our first chance to lay eyes on these new Screenshots & trailers. I’m definitely looking forward to the release of Goliath, the downside we’re looking at 2016 before that’ll happen.
Just in case, here’s a brief refresher on the world of Goliath before we share the new images… Check out our original coverage if you’d like a little more depth.
Julius Guldbog, Community Manager for Image & Form Games, recently hosted a new SteamWorld Heist Q&A. Julius sat down with Brjann, the CEO of Image & Form Games, and confirmed new features that’ll be present in the game when it launches later this year.
Here’s a quick overview of what they discussed.
– Procedurally generated levels – Our stance on day one DLC – Weapon and character upgrades