Posts Tagged ‘Black The Fall’

Wot I Think: Black The Fall

In development for quite a while, Black The Fall [official site] meandered through Early Access (then removed), Kickstarter, and Square Enix’s Collective indie publishing label. And today it’s finally out. But can it survive its inevitable comparisons to Limbo and Inside? Here’s wot I think: Read the rest of this entry »

Square Enix Collective bringing seven games to Rezzed

The Square Enix Collective, Squeenix’s crowdfunding support and indie publishing arm, is bringing seven playable games to Rezzed. Three will be playable for the first time and all are set for release this year. There’s Inside-like communist dystopia, Black the Fall [official site], head-capturing multiplayer arcade game Oh My Godheads [official site], the new Fear Effect game [Steam page], and more. Four more to be precise. Details and trailers for all are below, and if you want to know more about Rezzed, including our involvement, check out the website where tickets are still available. Hope to see you there!

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Square Enix Collective Is Bringing 5 Games To Rezzed

The Square Enix Collective [official site] is an initiative whereby indie developers can submit game ideas for users to vote on and then the winners get Square Enix’s feedback and help with marketing the game and, if desired, launching it through a crowdfunding service. Now they’re bringing five of the project’s games to Rezzed next month, including three that were previously unannounced.

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Looks Familiar But Has Robots: Black The Fall

Black The Fall has scored an ignoble crowdfunding hat-trick. It’s a Limbo-like platformer, in both black’n’white style and hauntingly depressing tone, that’s rolled through the Square Enix Collective, had a dodgy prototype on Early Access and is now up on Kickstarter on the hunt for £25,000. Developed by a Romanian quartet, it’s inspired by their lives under a communist regime in their childhoods. A “post-industrial” world, the surviving humans are paranoid, constantly reminded of their machine overlords and encouraged to report on one-another.

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