Posts Tagged ‘Mario von Rickenbach’

Art darlings: Five free games in the Triennale Collection

We already give you piles of free games every week, but I know you always want more, clamouring like a chick and opening your maw, waiting for us to regurgitate yet more free experimental interactivity into your beak. It’s disgusting. Anyway, open wide, here’s five more bright young gamethings from creators like Tale of Tales, Cardboard Computer and Pol Clarissou, all clumped together in one neat globule called the Triennale Game Collection.
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Krautscape Races Out Of Early Access

After nearly two years, having stayed a touch longer than first planned, Krautscape [official site] has now driven off from Early Access and has reached its full release destination. Haven’t heard of it? Well, Krautscape is a racing game that operates flying cars and asks players to actively build courses as they go. To mark its release, it’s also launched a fairly substantial update.

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Prog Racing: Krautscape Glides Onto Early Access

Well, I saw skies are red, I was born and I was dead

In what would come to be called the Krautrock movement, bands like Can and Faust blended psychedelic and progressive rock with experimental electronics and a kick of jazz, riding rock off its rigid rails to create their own trippy paths. Yet that’s not why Krautscape is called Krautscape. No, while it may be playing at the same with racing, it’s ostensibly named after a fictional character with a hilarious name who dreamed of flying cars, Dr. von Krautkopf.

See, Krautscape has freeform tracks created by the whims and fancies of the leading racer, while chasing players can pop their wings to glide off-track and chase them down. The game’s not quite ready to soar yet, but you can still lay down some smooth tracks as it’s now hit Steam Early Access. Read the rest of this entry »