Posts Tagged ‘mobigame’

EDGE Rolls Onto PC, Demo

By Jim Rossignol on August 11th, 2011.


Lovely and yet controversy-collecting cuboid puzzler EDGE has arrived on PC, with a shiny-looking rejigged-for-PC version. There’s also a demo out over on the “Steam” videogame distribution system, which I’ve heard is rather popular. We’ll be writing a little more about this game soon, I should imagine.

Gosh, what a busy day.

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Edgy: Langdell’s Nemesis Edge Edges To PC

By Alec Meer on July 29th, 2011.

What a lot of edges!

If there’s been one downside to John’s splendid coverage of the seemingly never-ending Tim Langdell saga, it’s that it’s only very tenuously related to PC games (the indie uprising and his ultimately doomed attempt to take on EA’s Mirror’s Edge were our prior justifications). Now, total relevancy has been achieved. Mobigame, the indie dev whose iPhone game Edge was what originally brought Langdell’s trademark trolling regarding the common English word ‘edge’ to public light, are now making the move onto PC. Specifically, with Edge itself.

The well-received puzzle game is due to arrive on Steam (plus the Mac App Store) on August 11 – safely under its original, snappy, one-word name, rather than the various variations Langdell had attempted to force on it.
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