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Sunday Roundup: August 6, 2017
2 months ago

Sunday Roundup: August 6, 2017

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It's Sunday everyone, and you know what that means, it's roundup time. In this weekly post, we put together everything worth mentioning that we didn't get posted. We also link …
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EGX Rezzed 2017 Round-Up
6 months ago

EGX Rezzed 2017 Round-Up

This past weekend saw indie games from everywhere descending upon Tobacco Dock in London, U.K., for three days. This was EGX Rezzed, and I was there to go hands-on with …
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Get to know the ID@Xbox games of E3 2014: Part IV
3 years ago

Get to know the ID@Xbox games of E3 2014: Part IV

ID@Xbox E3 2014

At Microsoft’s E3 press conference on Monday morning, there was a video montage of a lot of games that are coming to Xbox One through the ID@Xbox program. Over the next few days, XBLA Fans is bringing you a slightly longer glimpse of those titles than what the montage trailer allowed for. Our coverage of these titles will be in alphabetical order. Following is a look at the fourth set of those games.


Ori and the Blind Forest

Ori and the Blind Forest

Microsoft describes Moon Studios' Ori and the Blind Forest as "one of the most stylistically gorgeous games we've seen on Xbox One so far. Even though the young console doesn't have much competition in that realm yet, it's a fair statement to make. The Metroidvania title looked absolutely gorgeous racking up a lot of time in the limelight during Microsoft's E3 media briefing. Moon Studios was busy quietly working away on the side-scroller for four years prior to its public debut last week. The playable E3 demo received mostly favorable reports from the show floor, but we'll have to wait until the fall to find out how things come together in the final release.

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Toxic Games' Q.U.B.E. may go XBLA
6 years ago

Toxic Games' Q.U.B.E. may go XBLA

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Toxic Games, a UK-based team founded by former classmates, began development of Q.U.B.E. as a student project in 2009 with no programming experience whatsoever. With the help of many around them and the Indie Fund startup, they were able to bring their dreams of creating a full game to life. Right now it's PC only, but Toxic Games has informed XBLA Fans they have "strong ambitions to bring the game to XBLA in the Future."

That game is Q.U.B.E., or "Quick Understanding of Block Extrusion". Q.U.B.E. takes everything delightful about spatial puzzles, jigsaws and physics manipulating challenges and turns them first person, adding in some platforming to boot. Here's how it works:

With the aid of technologically enhanced gloves, the player manipulates and navigates a deep space training facility packed with cubes. The player can pull red blocks one at a time, extract multiple cubes of yellow all at once, use blue for jumping, and push green cubes around in the environment.

Not sure how that all comes together? Check out their tech demo and screenshots after the jump. If this has you intrigued, check out Q.U.B.E. at PAX this year between August 26– 28 at Booth 6407 on Level 6. Read More

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