Remember Snake? Yeah, he's dead. Thankfully, Forever Entertainment reanimated what was once a single screen pixel chaser, and Zombillie was resurrected. If Snake was the perfect game to quickly thumb through on your Nokia in 1997, Zombillie is worthy of the same title for Nintendo Switch in 2018. You don't play a puzzler for its... Continue Reading →
Nintendo have historically been hostile towards third party development, going so far as sealing the fate of Wii U in its lack of library and walled off development network. That all seems to have changed with the Switch, however.
Nintendo was perhaps the biggest phoenix of 2017, so what does 2018 hold for the year's biggest success story, and where do Nintendo Switch indie games come in?
We chat with the independent developers of Storm VR about all things environmental storytelling and virtual reality development.
The Gallery has been built for VR, with an active first episode released on Steam already on Vive and an Oculus version arriving soon. Advertised as a deep mystery narrative with an eclectic mix of characters, The Gallery has been built with 80s fantasy in mind. It will see players through its winding narrative using full room scale... Continue Reading →