Posts Tagged ‘Ronimo Games’

A-Okay: Awesomenauts Updated With Aiguillon

By Jim Rossignol on April 10th, 2013.


Awesomenauts, a sort of side-scrolling platform-MOBA, is rather good. Science tells us that good things are made better by having free updates, and that’s precisely what has happened in the case of Awesomenauts, which gets a new map called Aiguillon and two new heroes. You can see these things of which I speak in the trailer below. Writing these article makes me realise we never WIT’d Awesomenauts, which seems like a dire oversight.

I am to blame. I will seek penance.
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Is Awesomenauts Awesomesauce? It’s Out Now

By John Walker on August 2nd, 2012.

Awesomenauts is obviously a great name. It’s also a 2D platforming RTS that’s now out on PC. And if you don’t like the song on the trailer below, then everything is wrong with you.

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Awesome: Awesomenauts Coming To Steam Soon

By Adam Smith on July 16th, 2012.

Awesomenauts sure sounds happy about its impending PC release, with guitars going widdly-wee while a man sings a tale of wonder and glory. For some reason I imagine he’s a centaur with a cleft chin and a flowing mane of golden hair, standing on top of a hill and ripping the heck out of a Les Paul. Whether that’s a factual description or not, he’s certainly not the only creature happy about the release of the side-scrolling action RTS thing. The announcement trailer contains quotes from people demanding the release, including a personal favourite: “I wanna it for PC”. Well now you’re gonna to get it for PC. Release should be within a month.

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Wot I Think: Swords & Soldiers HD

By Alec Meer on December 1st, 2010.

Side-scrolling indie strategy oddity Swords & Soldiers gets unlocked on Steam in ooh, three hours – having been ported to our personal computing machines following a warm reception on WiiWare. This version features sparklier graphics and the addition of multiplayer, as it’s mercifully no longer bound to a device that’s afraid of the internet. I’ve thrown a few hours at throwing lines of 2D troopers at each other, which leaves me rather conviently placed to share some manner of opinion with you.
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Swords & Soldiers (& Vikings & Monkeys)

By Alec Meer on August 25th, 2010.

Something else I curiously pointed my eyes at whilst dashing around GamesCom’s titanic floorspace was Dutch indie studio Ronimo’s side-on strategy title Swords & Soldiers. Which, if you ask me, is a name that rather undersells a game about giants, monkeys and clouds made of angry vikings…
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