Developer interview: Kainga: Seeds of Civilization

Steam continues to be a wonderful breeding ground for coding talent, and every now and then a project really catches our eye. One example of that is Kainga: Seeds of Civilization, which is being developed by solo dev Erik Rempen and offers a unique take on the village builder genre. We got in touch with Erik to find out more – here’s our interview with Erik, whose game is being published by Green Man Gaming. Continue reading “Developer interview: Kainga: Seeds of Civilization”

Port roundup: The Wild at Heart, Death’s Door & Mastho is Together

We’re looking at three more recently ported games, with the lovely The Wild at Heart, the eagerly anticipated Death’s Door and the challenging platformer Mashto is Together. Continue reading “Port roundup: The Wild at Heart, Death’s Door & Mastho is Together”

Release roundup: Klang 2, A Pretty Odd Bunny & Guild of Dungeoneering Ultimate Edition

Three releases that caught our eye in November today, with Klang 2’s console versions, A Pretty Odd Bunny and the Ultimate Edition of Guild of Dungeoneering. Continue reading “Release roundup: Klang 2, A Pretty Odd Bunny & Guild of Dungeoneering Ultimate Edition”

Port roundup: Flynn: Son of Crimson, Venus: Improbably Dream, Encodya & Whiskey Mafia: Leo’s Family

Another roundup of recently released ports – this time for four games that made the leap from PCs to consoles just in time for the holidays. The excellent Flynn: Son of Crimson is up first, followed by ports of Venus: Improbable Dream, Encodya and Whiskey Mafia: Leo’s Family. Continue reading “Port roundup: Flynn: Son of Crimson, Venus: Improbably Dream, Encodya & Whiskey Mafia: Leo’s Family”

Release roundup: Elden Ring, Instant Sports: Winter Games, Bright Memory: Infinite & World of Warships

To start off the week, we’re checking out four new and upcoming releases – here’s a closer look at Elden Ring, Instant Sports: Winter Games, Bright Memory: Infinite and World of Warships. Continue reading “Release roundup: Elden Ring, Instant Sports: Winter Games, Bright Memory: Infinite & World of Warships”