Posts Tagged ‘Inbetween Games’

All Walls Must Fall adds RPG elements to its time-bending gunfights

All Walls Must Fall

Inbetween Games bill their All Walls Must Fall as a “Tech-noir tactics game”. While not untrue, it feels like a coy evasion. Yes, it’s a dark sci-fi game set in an alternate future where the cold war never ended and the Berlin wall still stands. There are cyborg upgrades, and a grim neon-on-concrete aesthetic. True, there is time travel. There are even turn-based gunfights against swarms of human and robotic enemies, and now a greater focus on RPG-style progression mechanics, thanks to a recent major early access update.

But I can’t think of any other cyberpunk games set almost exclusively in German gay nightclubs, a facet of the game that has gone largely unmentioned until the most recent trailer, seen after the jump.

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Techno-noir tactics: All Walls Must Fall hits Kickstarter

When I first saw All Walls Must Fall [official site], almost a year ago, I fell for its tech-noir setting and time-warping tactics immediately. Now it’s hit Kickstarter, with new info over on the page, and a playable alpha coming to backers in the near future.

Developed by three former Yager folks, who worked on Spec Ops: The Line among other things, it’s set in an alternate future where the Berlin wall is still standing in 2089. Kicking the fourth wall down, it asks you to steer a group of secret agents through one night in the city, as the music pounds and the bullets fly. It’s not all shooting and clubbing though – you can hack and charm your way through situations. The most important thing is that time is on your side. Quite literally. All is explained below.

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The Mammoth: Free Game From Former Spec Ops Devs

Mammoth

We all have different ways of dealing with loss. Some of us lash out and hurt others while some of us turn inwards and dwell on that pain. The Mammoth: A Cave Painting [official site] is a free game about loss and how we choose to overcome it.

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