A much needed guide.
The dark and gorgeous hand-drawn PC point and click adventure Karma. Incarnation 1 is on its way to Android. It will launch on May 24th, and the developer has claimed… Continue reading
Codeweavers’ Crossover is a program that allows Linux and Mac to run some Windows programs. While this may not seem overly related to Steam running on Android at first, last year Codeweavers announced that they would be working on bringing their software over to Android.
HTC has shipped out two developer kits for their upcoming Vive VR headset that they have been developing since last year with Valve. Well it looks like consumers will finally be able to get their hands on their own headset soon as both companies have revealed the Consumer Edition of the HTC Vive. On top of that, pre-orders will be going live in just over 6 days.
Released by Curve Digital and developed by Peter Moorehead, Murder is a new point and click adventure game that is coming soon. The game will be set in a near-future Tokyo with a cyberpunk influence and pixel art visuals.
Released by ApathyWorks, Cute Things Dying Violently is a Lemmings-style game, only much more hazardous. Players are tasked with saving the eponymous Cute Things, by leading them through danger. Many if the traps and pitfalls include buzz-saws, electrocution, spikes, flames, and the like.
If you haven’t played Hammerwatch on Steam then you’re missing out. It’s a hack ‘n slash action adventure inspired by the old Gauntlet games, set in a fantasy pixel art environment. A mix of puzzle solving, tactical action movement, precision timing and the best part is playing it co-op with friends.
Valve has finally gotten around to updating their official Steam application on Android, changing the User Interface to reflect more of a Material design look instead of the old UI it had which honestly was pretty ugly. Of course looks aren’t everything and the app usually did its job, but having a nice looking application always helps.
Arizona Sunshine is a new “room-scale” zombie shooter slated for release later this year for HTC upcoming VR hearset called Vive. This game is being made specifically for Virtual Reality gaming, which is why it is being labeled as room-scale, because it will take full advantage of the 15 ft. by 15 ft tracking space.