Dean Hall is a very controversial figure in the modern gaming industry. The creator of the great modification for ArmA II called DayZ was never able to bring it to mind as an independent project, leaving his brainchild to other developers. The former New Zealand military man himself, and now a game designer, decided to create without looking at major publishers and in 2014 founded his own studio RocketWerkz, which was supposed to, as the slogan on the Twitter page says, “make cool games” (We make cool games) . Continue reading
Still, finding real diamonds in a pile … in the basements of Steam is already akin to a drug for me. The next dose was Wolfstride – a game that mixes noir, notes of anime about big robots and a comedy that is on the verge of decency.
Very… EEEEE… fun company
Wolfstride tells how three buddies try to earn and rise by participating in battles of large combat robots. Continue reading
In the section “For the guys about the animals”, the developers regularly introduce us to the anthropomorphic animals that act as the main characters of the games. But this is the first time I had to play for the fighting snail. Considering that Clid the Snail was positioned as an action game (action, I repeat, and here we have a snail!) With a view from above, there was a cognitive dissonance. But it turned out that Clid is a unique snail in every sense, different from its fellows. Among other things, he knows how to run fast (yes, he has legs), and he does rolls, and he’s ready to shoot from a shotgun in the face if this face doesn’t like it … Continue reading