"Originally I started making SOLAS because I really enjoyed older C64 games like Reflektor, and (admittedly obscure) tile-based puzzle games like S.C. OUT. These games were all about cause and effect, and about learning how the different systems interacted with each other."
In SOLAS, players explore the complicated, interconnected circuitry of a mysterious machine by redirecting beams of light towards energy receivers in an effort to get it up and running again. What the machine does or why it’s powered down we don’t know, but we do know that something alien and hostile has found its way inside and is intent on causing chaos.
Coming Soon: CYGNI by Keelworks
A brand new twin-stick bullet hell shooter, with incredible cinematic visuals, Cygni displays its creators screen industry experience.
You can add Cygni to your Steam wishlist now.
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APB Reloaded hit the PC as a free-to-play title in December 2011. Since then, 5.8 million players have spent 40 million hours, creating over 10 million customised characters. Now developer Reloaded Productions and publisher Ravenscourt have brought the game to Xbox One. APB Reloaded puts drops players onto the streets of San Paro where they join either the... Continue Reading →
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Edinburgh's Ant Workshop, also known as one-man-indie-powerhouse Anthony Gowland, is set to release its first title, Binaries, in April 2016. Billed as a concentration platform game, Binaries requires players to simultaneously control two glowing neon circles and guide them through a series of increasingly fiendish and dangerous levels. Ant Workshop thoughtfully provided a little background... Continue Reading →
BRUT@L is the latest project from Dundee's Stormcloud Games. Based on classic dungeon crawlers and Rogue-likes such as Nethack and, well, Rogue (and Angband...) BRUT@L takes the old school ASCII aesthetic and transforms it, Tron-like for a new generation of gamers. You can see the launch trailer here: Stormcloud is promising BRUT@L will come to the PlayStation... Continue Reading →