Posts Tagged ‘Subvein’

Okay, We Played Subvein For A Bit

By Jim Rossignol on August 30th, 2010.


Thanks for downloading this and playing with me, if that’s what you did. We had a quick game and it’s a kind of GTA2 with cyberpunk twist, only it’s multiplayer. And there are elements of Counter-Strike in there. So it’s a top down shooter with money, vehicles, a skill tree, special abilities, with deathmatch and capture the flag modes. It felt a bit like the levels needed attention to make them more playable, and to make the vehicles relevant to what you are actually doing, but hey, it’s a free 20mb download. If you want to have a go at this then the European server is currently busy with RPS types shooting each other. Go take a look. (Trailer below.)
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Multiplayer Freeosity Indie Shootage: Subvein

By Kieron Gillen on October 16th, 2009.

Dying.

Wow. I’m failing even quicker than I thought I would. It’s taken me three attempts to even press the right button to insert a picture in this post. Anyway! I’ll press on before I start posting total gibberish – or rather, more total gibberish than usual. Ben Johnson dropped us a line, saying he’s got a free top-down indie shooter to play, by the name of Subvein. It looks neat actually – it me of Smash TV and – more importantly for AP veterans – the immortal Extreme Violence (I met Simon Green last year randomly, and pretty much hugged him. This is totally what we did before Doom.) It looks like this…
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