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Posts tagged “Digital Eel”

Time To Dive Into: Sea Of Stars

My excuse for not spotting the latest video of Infinite Space 3: Sea of Stars is a worthy one. I've been too busy playing Out There on my Android CleverPhone. Like the Infinite Space series, it's a mysterious RPG that drops the player in space, surrounded by the unknown. You should try it and I shall try to find out if it's still coming to…

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About Space Time: Infinite Space 3: Sea of Stars Footage

In the time it's taken me to write this article, I could have started and finished at least two games of Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space. I live with that knowledge hanging over me, and I mentally convert every moment of the day into potential games the shortform galaxy explorer. "I'm going for a game of Infinite Space", I'll tell my girlfriend as pop…

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Stare Into The Void: Infinite Space 3 Footage

Disclaimer: I am a backer of Infinite Space 3: Sea Of Stars. Do I need to disclaim that? It's not like I'm an investor. I just gave them money to make a game I wanted to play, and I only backed at the lowest tier. If anything, I was making an investment in me. I pre-ordered happiness. Disclaimer: I am an investor in Craig, and…

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Kickstars: Infinite Space 3 – Sea Of Stars

Before FTL became the short-form sci-fi adventure of choice for the discerning PC enthusiast, Digital Eel had set up a very effective stall in that particular sector of the internet. The Infinite Space games are among the few 'coffee break' games that I've ever played during actual breaks from work, back in the days when I sat in an office and pretended to be interested…

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Bon Voyage: Weird Worlds – Return To Infinite Space

Before we fell in love with FTL, we fell in love with all sorts of other things that involve spaceships and random encounters, because we're the sort of chaps who crave excitement and reckon that spending your entire life on one planet is cowardly. Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space is the second game I thought of when I first read about FTL - Space…

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Strange Adventures In Infinite Space! Free!

One Mr Britton starts my day with splendid news. Shrapnel have added to their fine roster of free games. Particularly, the splendid Strange Adventures In Infinite Space by Digital Eel. It's the precursor to Weird Worlds, which I adored - go see my Eurogamer review for further elaboration. If you can put up with the more retro-presentation, Strange Adventures is a very similar thing -…

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Bongs Primed For Brainpipe

Regular readers will of course be familiar with my personal penchant for flying very vast down some tubes. But they might not be aware that Simon Carless of Gamasutra is a great big hippie. I say this because not only did he perform some kind of transcontinental high-five with Kieron over the Minterian splendour of Space Giraffe, but he also sent me a link to…

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Souper Trooper: Soup Du Jour

Yes, I know this is old, but i) it came out before RPS existed. Therefore it's new. Nothing exists until we say so and ii) I just don't care. The brilliant Star-Trek-as-Solitaire Weird Worlds came up in conversation today, and I realised bar the Eat Electric Death boardgame I had no idea if Digital Eel had done anything since. And they have. It's Soup Du…

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Weird Worlds: Return To Infinite Soundtracks

I've got a lot to write about recent Indie-faves later, but until then, here's a quickie about a pre-RPS indie fave which caught my eye. Specifically, Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space. Digital Eel have released their IGF-winning sound-track for download and ear-listening. You can get it from here. Hell, the Demo is on the same page and I strongly recommend you to give it…

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