Posts Tagged ‘NightSky’

Next Humble Bundle Leaks, Is A Goodun

By John Walker on December 13th, 2011.

He approves. Of meat.

Details of the next Humble Indie Bundle have once more leaked, because Steam’s Content Description Record Viewer Thingamie is so ludicrously easy for people to spy. And it looks like it’s going to be a bit of a corker, as spotted by DIY Gamer. In the pay-what-you-want collection it seems there will be Super Meat Boy, BIT.TRIP.RUNNER, Jamestown, Nightsky and Shank. That’s the first wave, and then there’s even better to get added in.

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Indie Royale’s Difficult Second Bundle Is On

By John Walker on November 10th, 2011.

Um.

The second Indie Royale bundle has this second gone live. You’ll remember the first one from Adam telling you all about it. It’s the excitingly confusing system where the price goes up over time, but people paying more than that price cause it to go down. I think. Whatever it is, it works, and tens of thousands of people bought the first one, getting a splendid bargain. So what’s in the second collection?

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Dusky Balls: NightSky Demo

By John Walker on January 12th, 2011.

A ball. Last Thursday, evening.

NightSky – the latest game from micro-platforming supremo Nifflas, is out now. And if that’s not exciting enough news for you, there’s a demo to try to get you there. The full game is £10, but the demo – it’s free! Crazy. Once more it’s physics platforming, this time rolling a metal sphere through levels in a peculiar dream world. Knowing that it’s Nifflas, through Nicalis, should be all the information you need. The original trailer is below.

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Nifflas: NightSky Release For 6th Jan

By Jim Rossignol on January 3rd, 2011.


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.
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