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TIGSOURCE DEVLOG: DOM2D’S VISUAL SHOWCASE OF AWESOME NEW GAMES, ISSUE #8


11.23.2012

Dominique Ferland

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[Every Friday on Venus Patrol, designer Dominique 'Dom2D' Ferland presents TIGSource DevLog Magazine, a visual guide to the newest & most interesting in-development games making the rounds on the invaluable TIGSource forums. Looking for inspiration, or just the very first look at the amazing games we'll be talking about in the future? Click any image to learn more, and come back each Friday for the latest picks!]

Game designers don’t have time for any of that turkey stuff and those pesky Black Friday sales – they’ve got amazing games to make! We’ve got six brand new devlogs in the forums this week – among them the gorgeous tile-based strategy game Oberon’s Court, rocking epic dragons and volcanoes, The Burger Flipper, a point and click adventure game set in a fast food restaurant, and Droidnaught, a first-person dungeon crawler à la Eye of the Beholder, but set in a sci-fi world!

Meanwhile, other developers are still working extra hard on the Sports game competition on the TIGSource Forums, with some titles evolving quite nicely, like Buckets of Blood and By the Law of Blades.


TIGSOURCE DEVLOG: DOM2D’S VISUAL SHOWCASE OF AWESOME NEW GAMES, ISSUE #7


11.16.2012

Brandon Boyer

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[Every Friday on Venus Patrol, designer Dominique 'Dom2D' Ferland presents TIGSource DevLog Magazine, a visual guide to the newest & most interesting in-development games making the rounds on the invaluable TIGSource forums. Looking for inspiration, or just the very first look at the amazing games we'll be talking about in the future? Click any image to learn more, and come back each Friday for the latest picks!]

This week, game makers are still working hard on the Sports game making competition, and the list of participants keeps growing. We now have incredibly wide variety in the competition: strategy football (or “Footbrawl”), cake fighting, parkour platforming, rabbits and bees (sic)…

We’re also quite intrigued by some non-sports games on the forums, like Fran Bow, a brutally dark point and click adventure, and Papers, Please, described by its designer as a “dystopian document thriller”.