Posts Tagged ‘Platformer’

A new patch for Awesomenauts was released today, which includes various tweaks, fixes, and a new Creeper Clunk skin with the cooperation of Mojang. “The bane of Minecraft players everywhere, the Creeper, made his way into Awesomenauts! The Creeper is […] Continue Reading »

 

Pawel Mogila, developer of Grimind, today announced that the game has been released via the official site. Additionally, the game is on Steam Greenlight. “Grimind is a 2D,physics based, adventure, platform game in horror/creepy theme. Grimind casts you into forgotten […] Continue Reading »

 

Ronimo Games today announced the release of the version 1.5 patch for Awesomenauts, adding DLC skins for all characters. “The characters of the multiplayer shooter Awesomenauts have always looked pretty fine, but as of today they can get totally fabulous! […] Continue Reading »

 

Ronimo Games today announced the launch of Awesomenauts, an action platformer game,  on Steam. “The game boasts 8 powerful characters vying for cosmic dominance in a Multiplayer Online Battle Arena. For example, Froggy G the hiphop frog deals deadly water […] Continue Reading »

 

Hitbox Team interactive announced the release of Dustforce on Steam, a 2D platformer in which players take on the role of an acrobatic janitor. “Clean up the world with style!  As an acrobatic janitor, you are an adept force against […] Continue Reading »

 

Playdead today announced that Limbo, the unique platformer game, has now sold over one million copies worldwide. "This success has enabled Playdead to expand its independence by fully acquiring the company from early investors, laying the groundwork for the studio […] Continue Reading »

 

ATLUS and Frozenbyte today released a new Trine 2 trailer, highlighting the environments in the upcoming platformer sequel. "The video offers a lush visual tour of the many exotic and breathtaking environments in the game, which is slated to release […] Continue Reading »

 

I propose that from now on all independent developers be given a free license to the Crytek engine, so I don't have to feel guilty using my desktop to play games that wouldn't even make a smart phone sweat. Or […] Continue Reading »