Just when you think someone can't come up with a new way of matching blocks this happens. I love the gorgeous Game Boy visuals but it gives me a headache just looking at it action. Check out the trailer to see what I mean.
The original Shaq-Fu was a game that even Electronic Arts admits was an "abomination". This game's crowdfunding campaign was, let's be honest, a little weird. But whatever! A second Shaq-Fu game looks like it's actually happening.
While big projects like Star Citizen an Elite: Dangerous are getting all the money (and press attention), they aren't the only space games you should be keeping an eye on. There's also Enemy Starfighter, which for months has been looking very, very cool.
This is Codemancer, AKA Programming 101: The Game. Basically, it's a turn-based fantasy game designed to teach how programming works to kids or, well, pretty much anyone, with a combat system based on writing simple programs. It's on Kickstarter, but it's already funded, so expect to see it on PC in July next year. Video within.
In 2008, a man named Robert Pelloni made headlines with an ambitious claim: he'd spent thousands of hours working on an indie role-playing game called Bob's Game, and he wanted to release it for Nintendo DS. In the months and years to come, Pelloni made headlines for less savoury reasons.