Posts Tagged ‘Handyman Studios’

Edge Of Space Dev On Major Fixes, Terraria Clones

By Nathan Grayson on October 15th, 2013.

Edge of Space is yet another one of those reminders that game development has gone completely bonkers in recent years. Like direct inspiration Terraria before it, Edge of Space offers massive, bit-and-bob-and-secret-and-jetpack-laser-shark-packed worlds, despite being developed by an itsy bitsy team of two. It’s also run the full gamut of crowd-powered developmental aids – from Kickstarter to Steam Greenlight to Steam Early Access. Lead developer Jake Crane has, in other words, been around the block. But in an ever-expanding genre with a single game’s influence looming heavy, how do you avoid being more than just a clone? And is the trend of Early Access actually a danger in disguise – both for gamers and developers? Also, what’s on the horizon for Edge of Space, a game that’s still very much unfinished? I spoke with Crane about all that and more.

Read the rest of this entry »

, , , .

32 Comments »

Edge Of Space Is Clearly On Edge Of Madness

By John Walker on March 6th, 2013.

The people behind Kickstarter success, Edge Of Space, have put up a new trailer containing what they describe as the most exciting features. It certainly does look like Terraria, but it sure doesn’t look like it plays like Terraria.

Read the rest of this entry »

, , .

34 Comments »