Redbull Gaming has worked on a video series on innovative video games, and Episode 1 was based on Studio MDHR’s Cuphead - titled ‘When risking everything pays off ‘ - you can check it out below.
Lightning Rod Games took to the Kinda Funny Showcase last weekend to show off a new trailer for their paper puzzle game based on long-distance relationships A Fold Apart.
You can check out the trailer below which confirms a 2019 release date and that it will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.
Do you like #puzzlegames with an emotional story?— A Fold Apart - Lightning Rod Games (@LRGthunder) November 1, 2018
Have you ever been in a #longdistancerelationship?
How about #papercraft + #origami?@AFoldApart is a 3D puzzle game about the emotional struggle of a long distance relationship in a world of folding paper. pic.twitter.com/QIETEQZwWb
They story of Below from Capybara Games is a long one. First announced at E3 2013, the game has seen its fair share of delays. Well we now have a release date, and it’s soon. On December 14th, gamers will be able to download Capybara’s adventure game on Xbox One and Steam. You can wishlist the game on Steam here, and we’ll most likely be streaming the game on .
"We told you BELOW would be out this summer. Our team worked hard to make that deadline a reality. But after a strong push, we’ve decided it isn’t ready."
Jam City has purchased Bingo Pop, and the team responsible for the game from Uken Games. The team will continue to run Bingo Pop from a new Toronto office, which will now be fully under Jam City’s control.
“We are so proud to be continuing Jam City’s rapid global expansion with the acquisition of one of the most popular bingo titles, and its highly talented team,” said Chris DeWolfe, co-founder and CEO of Jam City. “This acquisition provides Jam City with access to leading creative talent in one of the fastest growing and most exciting tech markets in the world. We look forward to working with the talented Jam City team in Toronto as we supercharge the live operations of Bingo Pop and develop innovative new titles and mobile entertainment experiences.”
About Jam City
Jam City is a leader in mobile entertainment, providing unique and deeply engaging games that appeal to broad global audiences. Jam City was founded in 2009 by MySpace cofounder and CEO Chris DeWolfe and former 20th Century Fox executive Josh Yguado. Jam City is the creative powerhouse behind some of the highest grossing and most enduring social gaming franchises for mobile, including Cookie Jam (Facebook “Game of the Year” winner) and Panda Pop. Jam City is the go-to studio for Hollywood, having developed immersive, narrative rich mobile games around iconic entertainment brands including Harry Potter, Family Guy and Marvel Avengers. Jam City has studios in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Bogotá and Buenos Aires. The Jam City team is known for its creative excellence and technological innovation in key areas including storytelling, data science and audience insights.
About Bingo Pop
Launched in 2012, Bingo Pop has consistently been one of the top bingo mobile games worldwide. The game is a free, classic bingo game mixed with large jackpots, fast-paced action, power-ups and other features including memorable characters and unique social features. Bingo Pop is available worldwide on the App Store and Google Play.
About Uken Games
Uken builds games that people everywhere love. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? And Jeopardy! World Tour are the top two trivia games, engaging millions of global players every month. We consider ourselves data-driven designers, technologists and artists. Through collaboration, we pair the craft of design with feedback and data to deliver a pace and rhythm in each game session that immerses our audience and leaves them wanting more. We take your entertainment seriously. Learn more about Uken by visiting our website, https://www.uken.com.
Toronto based developer Cellar Door Games, best known for Rogue Legacy, and Full Metal Furies have brought their two games to Nintendo Switch. You can buy both games digitally, with Rogue Legacy going for 16.99, and Full Metal Furies on sale for $16.49 (regularly $21.99) CAD. Rogue Legacy is right here, and Full Metal Furies can be picked up here.
Towerfall, the multiplayer game from Montreal developer Matt Thorson has launched on Nintendo Switch. Originally released on Ouya in 2013, Towerfall has been ported to many systems since and enjoys a few extras in the Switch version. You can pick it up right here.
TowerFall is now available on Nintendo Switch! 🏹— Matt Thorson 🍂 (@MattThorson) September 27, 2018
-Murder your friends with archery!
-There's also 4 player co-op
-And new 6-player versus mode + maps
-Madeline and her reflection from Celeste join the fight!
-Dark World DLC includedhttps://t.co/9ZDcBuklVT pic.twitter.com/PUViu5YNJ7
Pixile Studios over in Vancouver have released a trailer for their battle royale game Aniaml Royale. The game takes a cute but deadly spin on the battle royale formula, making it a top-down 64-player winner-takes-all where you’ll play as cute adorable animals. You can check out the trailer and screenshots below.
The game is in closed alpha right now , but if you head over to the official site you can join their Discord and sign up to get into the alpha, and eventual beta.
Run Jump Fail is the latest game from Luke O'Connor, who previously released Kapsul Infinite on Steam. In Run Jump Fail is a platformer where you will...fail, a lot:
"Run Jump Fail puts you in control of the hapless HappyMan, and tasks you with guiding him through a whole load of treacherous obstacle courses. You'll fail a lot along the way, but watching HappyMan collapse and flail when he's just run into a wall, or tripped on a ledge, or been hit by a big red spinning thing is a lot of fun.
Seriously, failing is 90% of the fun. So fail away."
You can check out the trailer and screenshots below. But make sure to head over to Steam to pick it up for only $7.99. Of course if you're a Patreon at the $4.00+ level you have a chance at getting a free copy as well.
"Welcome to the lab Amateur Fusioneers!!
Grab a lab coat and start firing atoms from the fusion cannon to get your fusion core as high as you can in this bubble shooting puzzle game! More fusions produce higher value atoms to experiment with and will allow you to output higher amounts of energy!
This fusion of puzzle and arcade gameplay is easy to pick up and play but rewards careful planning and precise shots. Get hooked in from your first fusion as you start your quest to create the largest fusion core possible!"