By Jim Rossignol on January 3rd, 2011 at 10:38 am.
Nifflas sends word that his celebrated silhouetted physics-puzzled NightSky will be turning up on the PC on the 6th. There’s a new trailer, too, which you can see below.
9 Comments »
03/01/2011 at 10:44
Sam Crisp says:
Does anyone know if it’s coming out on the 6th on the Wii as well? Or at all?
03/01/2011 at 11:27
Word has it that the Wii version is what’s held up the PC release for some time now.
Don’t know the release date for Wii, but I did have the impression that they’ve waited for the port to be ready, so shouldn’t be far off.
03/01/2011 at 11:07
Oh this is a Nifflas game? I’m interested now.
03/01/2011 at 11:46
As much as I like Nifflas, I’m sour grapes with Nicalis.
Don’t know if want.
03/01/2011 at 12:49
Aah, does anyone else get fond memories of Within a Deep Forest from watching that trailer? That game (and the prospect of finding many more like it) might very well be the reason I didn’t move over to consoles back in those days. While I might possibly have overplayed stylistic, simplistic physics-based indie games lately I’ll definitely give this a go.
03/01/2011 at 12:52
Why isn’t there a catchpa phrase to stop the spam?
03/01/2011 at 13:04
There is. This one seems to be manually signed up. It’s an actual person spamming, which we don’t seem to be able to do much about at the moment.
03/01/2011 at 20:04
It looks like Within A Deep Forest, which has me interested, but Saira was really, really bad compared to Knytt Stories, so I’m refusing to show interest in this until my interest turns up a demo or review from a trustworthy source (someone who agrees with me on knytt stories and saira).
06/01/2011 at 15:39
Hi all. Long time lurker to RPS first time poster. Anxiously awaiting news of that Carrier Command remake. Anyway. I work for Asthmatic Kitty Records. One of our artists, Chris Schlarb, scored NightSky and did a terrific job. I have 10 codes I can give away – would it be alright to post them here?
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