Boston Festival of Indie Games 2013
We were at the Boston FIG festival this weekend and we had a blast. We had a great showing with Lost Marbles, lots of people really enjoyed the game.
Here’s some pictures we took at the booth on Saturday!
tags / bostonfig / lostmarbles
If you missed out on the Groupees bundle (or if $5 was wayyyyy too much for you), you can pay-what-you-want to get Lost Marbles for the next 4 days on IndieGameStand!
Capsule Computers Indie Bundle
For the next 2 weeks you can get Lost Marbles + 7 other games if you pay $5 or more!
You’ll get the DRM free version for Windows & Mac as well as a Desura key. If Lost Marbles ever makes it to Steam we’ll find a way to get everyone who purchased the game a Steam key!tags / bundle / Lost Marbles
Nerd³ Plays… Lost Marbles!
We want to thank Nerd³ for doing a Lets Play video of Lost Marbles! It’s the first youtuber of note to get their hands on the game. We are delighted that he enjoyed it so much :)tags / Lost Marbles / lets play
Punishment Back on Track
Now that Lost Marbles is out the door we figured now should be the time we start work back up on Punishment!
The game started as a Social Platformer for the Xbox 360 using the XNA platform. We worked on it for some time but the gameplay just wasn’t coming around. Putting the project on hold was the best thing we could have done.
We’ve come back to the game with fresh creative minds ready to rebuild everything from the ground up!
Since then I’ve redesigned the whole game transforming the gameplay and story along with it! Punishment is now a mix of Animal Crossing and Monkey Island, where everyday there is something new to see and do.
Here are some preliminary designs of what we’re working on!
tags / punishment / game development / progress
Lost Marbles - Fullsail
Lost Marbles actually started as a school project. When our old college got wind that we remade the game they wanted to do a story about us.
The public outpour of emotion over the death of Ryan Davis has been at once uplifting and devastating; amazing to see how many lives he touched but equally tragic the scope of loss. There has been a lot said, and much of it by better writers and closer friends - so I won’t go on.
What I will do though is finish the drawing he kept asking me to do. Sorry it’s so late.