Monthly Archives: February 2010

Look! More stuff comin’ from sunny SA. Bounty Arms is a side-scrolling platformer thingum, made with the recently released Unreal Development Kit, and has been under development for quite some time. But just today, the developers have just released a playable demo. It’s quite a hefty download, be warned, and […]

Local pretties – Bounty Arms

Look, here I am again, trying to get you to spend money. Don’t you just love me? No? Well you should, because it was just Vamlumtimes Day and that’s what you’re supposed to do, I’m told. Anyway, this is all beside the point, because there are a whole bunch of […]

Valentines gifts?

So I was poking around on Twitter today (Digsby, thank you for making the Internet tidy again!) when I saw mention of an IGF student entry called Continuity. Armed with a decent Internet connection and high spirits, I decided that now was the time to spread my wings and get […]


Okay, so today I’m going to be lazy (I’ll accept the explanation that I did this to save all our readers time too) and lob a whole bunch of stuff in this post. Not because all of this isn’t particularly important, but just because I either somehow missed it or […]

A whole bunch o’ stuff

I mentioned this a few days ago, when it was first announced, but had yet to personally give it a run through. Having now finally jumped through a few hoops to get it installed*, I’ve now given it a good look and stand by my original judgement that it appeared […]

Ribbon Hero, take 2

After excessive coffee and pizza consumption, the Global Game Jam has finally come to an end. Developers dragged themselves home after a(mostly) sleepless weekend spent (almost) successfully tripling last year’s game tally. The theme was “deception”, and it was worth 931 games, 10 of them from sunny SA. Notable among […]

Global Game Jam wraps up