Vlambeer’s trailer for Space Murder (below) suggests that the name is “still temp title” and I hope that’s not true, because the world needs a game called Space Murder. For now, at least, it has one, with Vlambeer releasing a flash prototype of their (previously abandoned) lo-fi space exploration game just here. Nothing all that special – a mixture of space exploration strategies and arena shooting – but it’s vaguely awesome to see the Super Crate Box team taking on the space game genre. I hope they choose to take it further. Go take a look. Some more info here.
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By Jim Rossignol on April 25th, 2012.
By Quintin Smith on November 24th, 2010.
You all downloaded and played Super Crate Box, right? Back when that came out I pored over Dutch developer Vlambeer‘s site to see if they had any other projects. They had better than “another project”. They had a game called Radical Fishing, which as of today has been released in browser-game format. I think I’ll just let this game speak for itself. You can play it here, and watch trailers for both it and Vlambeer’s next mini-project (entitled SPACE MURDER) below. Man, we have so many indie teams doing wonderful, wonderful work these days.
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