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2 years ago

Shardlight designer and Wadjet Eye Games part ways

Shardlight [official site] developer Francisco Gonzalez has announced that he's no working with Wadjet Eye Games. Gonzalez announced the split in a blog post yesterday, though it actually happened last year. The future of his next game, Lamplight City, is also now uncertain.

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4 years ago

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Wadjet Eye Interview: Urban Fantasy Adventure Unavowed Returns To World Of Blackwell Series

Part RPG, part adventure game, Unavowed is the next project from Wadjet Eye Games founder Dave Gilbert and even though it features entirely new characters, it takes place in the same world as the wonderful Blackwell series. I met with Gilbert at GDC and he explained the game's origins and intricacies, as well as talking about his love of urban fantasy, and his development as…

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Shardlight review

The latest adventure from top producers Wadjet Eye, Shardlight [official site], is out today. When I played the first half or so earlier this year I was pretty taken with what was on offer. Does the post-apocalyptic tale of oligarchies, underground rebellions and deadly plagues manage to maintain momentum? Here's wot I think:

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Here Are The March Releases We’re Most Excited About

We’re a month and a half into 2016 and it’s already been a vintage year. Firewatch, American Truck Simulator, The Witness and XCOM 2 are a varied and delightful quartet, and we’ve also seen the rebirth of Homeworld and several smaller, stranger, delights. But what’s next? RATHER A LOT. Far Cry: Primal, Hitman, The Division, Shardlight and SUPERHOT for starters. Adam and Graham convened to…

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Wadjet Eye’s Shardlight Coming March 8th

Our John called Shardlight [official site] "an absorbing puzzle adventure, which is a phrase all too rarely uttered even in these days of the genre's clumsy resurgence" when he played an early version. That's a very John form of praise, isn't it? But encouraging! Soon we'll get to see for ourselves, as developers Wadjet Eye Games have announced they'll release Shardlight on March 8th.

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Hands On: Shardlight

While the world got over-excited at the prospect of old men and women emerging from their dusty tombs to make adventure games again, one indie production company quietly continued putting out the best in the business. Dave Gilbert's Wadjet Eye diverged from his self-created Blackwell series to producing adventures made by other individuals or tiny teams. The results have been splendid games like Technobabylon, Resonance…

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Wadjet Eye Going Post-Apocalyptic With Shardlight

Hullo, sorry, me again, on my final round of clearing up left-over newsbits from when I was on holiday. Such as: the fine folks of Wadjet Eye announced their next lo-fi adventure game, Shardlight [official site]. Set in a plague-ridden post-apocalyptic land, Shardlight will see an infected lady trying to find a cure, maybe taking on the shadowy government, and maybe saving herself. Spring 2016…

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