Posts Tagged ‘tinyBuild’

Game Key Reseller G2A Offers Royalties To Developers

Last week G2A, a sort of eBay but for video games keys, and tinyBuild, the publishers of Speedrunners and others, had a bit of a tussle after tinyBuild accused G2A of facilitating the sale of $450,000 worth of fraudulent game keys. Both sides exchanged demands, and today G2A seems to have pulled back on their stance and is now rolling out a program that will, in part, offer developers and publishers up to 10 percent royalties on each sale of their game. But is that going to be enough?

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Train To The End Of The World: The Final Station Beta

They could have called The Final Station [official site] ‘zombies on a train’ but they didn’t, and I think we should all respect them for that. In any case, the zombies don’t really go onto the train itself, and in any case they might be some sort of shadow-ghoul. Don’t ask me, I just kill ‘em. Or get killed by them. Rather a lot, as it happens.

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SpeedRunners Passes Early Access Finish Line, Out Now

SpeedRunners [official site] is DoubleDutch’s sidescrolling, wall-jumping, superhero-sporting, grappling hook-tossing, competitive platformer that you may have spotted living on Early Access over the last three years. In that time, it’s accrued over one million downloads, received hundreds of updates and has gained official recognition from the eSports League – all of which makes it a great example of how the Early Access process should be handled. It’s finally out now and has marked the occasion with a host of new features and a trailer.

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Diaries Of A Spaceport Janitor Looks Delightful

What is Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor [official site? Not entirely sure. Don’t really care. Some kind of wander-o-read-a-clean ‘em in a bustling spaceport? Dunno. The point is, Sundae Month’s game looks delightful! We may not get to play it until spring, but for now I’m enjoying a whole load of lovely moving pictures.

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Bullet Heaven: Lovely Planet Arcade Announced

Lovely Planet was… lovely. Colourful, cute and springy, it looks like a jolly little thing and it is, to an extent. It’s a tricky thing though, a hardcore shooter in a candy shell. Publishers tinyBuild Games have just announced that a sequel is in the works. Lovely Planet Arcade [official site] is the name.

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Ride The Post-Apocalyptic Rails In The Final Station

Society is falling apart as zombies rise and- no, wait, don’t scroll past: The Final Station [official site] is interesting! In charge of one of last trains still running, you’ll chugga-chugga-choo-choo around a gorgeous grim futureworld, plotting routes and trying to keep your train running by securing supplies. This is where it gets tricky. It’s also a shooter, as when the train stops you need to hop off and get shoot-o-exploring yourself. Here, have a look in this trailer:

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Twitch Played Punch Club And Got A Girlfriend

First Twitch mastered Pokemon. Then Twitch mastered Halo. Then Twitch played and eventually (sort-of) mastered Dark Souls. With each step, each new game, the global AI known as “Twitch” learned more about humanity until in 2026 Twitch chat controlled all of the world’s major elections and the global economy.

But first, a bunch of them came together to get Punch Club [official site] released two weeks early. Now that’s accomplished and the game’s out, Twitch resumes scheming.

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