Posts tagged retro
Posts tagged retro
Terraria for PC may be seeing new content soon?
If you head over to the official Terraria forums, Redigit (a dev) asks a “hypothetical” question.
Okay, let me pose a hypothetical. Say I am considering doing an update for the PC version of Terraria… In the event that such a thing were to take place, what would be some things that you would be interested in seeing?
If you have anything you’d like to see, you should go join in on the conversations.
I guess I get to be “that guy?” Very well.
Start by implementing the features from the Xbox version.
Now, Robit Studios has teamed up with Chucklefish (Starbound, Wanderlust: Rebirth) to reimagine the world of Treasure Adventure Game with enhanced graphics, a smoother engine, more treasures, new puzzles and more. The result is Treasure Adventure World, a labor of love that will delight fans of classic gaming, adventure games and platformers as well as those who appreciate beautiful hand-drawn 2D art, or a story filled with mysteries, ancient demons and parrots.
Robit’s Official tumblr
Artist Christine Crossley’s tumblr
Custom Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!! action figures.
Just… look at Don Flamenco. LOOK AT HIM
I like this. This game needs to happen.
Everlasting Tower, by Henrique Lazarini.
“Temple of Lunarius is a procedurally generated metroidvania. Fancy monsters, epic bosses, tons of items and never-the-same gameplay. Even the main menu is randomly generated to provide maximum replayability!”
- From Dr. Bones and the Mystery Somethingorother - an arcade-style platformer about a crypt-raiding pug and his obsessive search for a shiny thingamjig.
Browsing pixel art on Tumblr and came across this. It’s by me!
AAAA AWESOME! Link’d, credited and a thanks for letting me know!
Year of the Pixel 
Luminesca is an indie game I’m working on, and I started taking pre-orders for it today right here!
A bit late to the ball with this one, but it’s really really pretty and I wanted to post it and these circumstances are all now yours for the coping.
A Man’s Quest follows the Metroidvania formula in structure but with a brisk pace uncommon to a category known for adhering to time-consuming game tropes for the sake of nostalgia. A noticeably sparse color palette and simple controls help articulate the 8-bit echo, perhaps more reverently than many of its similarly retro-styled peers.