Posts Tagged ‘Lace Mamba’

Lifeless Planet Showing More Signs Of Life

By John Walker on June 18th, 2013.

Lifeless Planet had a bit of a slip earlier this year, but there are finally signs that things are moving forward. A new trailer shows features a frustrating amount of the same footage we’ve already seen of the third-person action/puzzler, but there’s also some narration offering some decent voice acting too.

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Martian On: Lifeless Planet Trailer, Release Postponed

By Jim Rossignol on April 8th, 2013.


Lace Mamba have told Gbase that atmospheric-looking exploration game Lifeless Planet (which now looks increasingly un-lifeless, if you look at the trailer below) has been delayed until the second or third quarter of this year. The game, which features an astronaut discovering a Russian town on a distant planet, is one of the most intriguing Kickstarted games due to turn up this year, so hopefully the delay will prove to be worthwhile.

The game soundtrack can now be pre-ordered here.
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Indie Devs’ Open Letter Claims Issues With Lace Mamba

By John Walker on February 11th, 2013.

An open letter has been written by indie developers Amanita Design, Colibri Games and Daedalic Entertainment, reporting some rather worrying claims about UK publisher Lace Mamba. The company, known for picking up digitally distributed indie projects and selling boxed versions, is alleged to have failed to pay and keep to the contracts made with the indies.

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Wot I Think: The Book Of Unwritten Tales

By John Walker on October 28th, 2011.

Well, okay, yes, it is yet another Mission Impossible joke.

A decent full-length adventure game is as rare as a completely uncooked Banjo & Kazooie developer, so when one comes along it’s time to take notice. That’s what we’re doing here. While certainly flawed, if you’ve ever cared about adventure games, then you should find out Wot I Think about The Book Of Unwritten Tales.

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