Michael Mendheim and Digital Dreams Entertainment have just launched a Kickstarter for their upcoming title: Mutant Football League. Mendheim, the developer of the 1993 Mutant League Football for the Sega Genesis, intends for MFL to be a spiritual successor to the football classic. Grab your spiked shoulder pads and prepare for deadly stadiums, crazy power plays, and more mayhem than ever before! This arcade-style 3D sports game includes tons of features to keep every match u
Like any writer worth their salt, the first thing I do before writing about something is to read over all the information I have on it. There was no shortage of things about Guardians of the Rose-Witchcraft vs Magic to fascinate me, but what caught my attention the most was towards the very end of the page. Broc Copeland, who is the Programmer, Designer, Artist, Animator, etc. for the game was a person! Of course, they are all people, but Broc gives more than facts when he te
Everyone knows that every good story begins with “Once upon a Spacetime.” Well, maybe not, but that is how any good Space story should begin and games should be no exception, especially one that combines RPG aspects with medieval folklore and fantasy, which is exactly what the developers over at Spiritus Games aim to do with Fabular: Once Upon A Spacetime. You are the King’s youngest son and the Realm’s last hope after the dreaded League of Black Knights steals the sun and i
In a world shredded by the Unmaker a thousand years ago, one would believe that all was lost. However; hope always finds a way and in Tattered Weave, the Kickstarter page shows us that Hope was the only fragment of the world shielded and left during the Cataclysm…or so they thought. In the aftermath, the Kith have begun to emerge from the outside. These are intelligent and secretive creatures that claim there is more to the world than just Hope; other shielded remnants awaiti
For many of us the Holo Chess scene from Star Wars is ingrained into our psyche. It was a glimpse of the technological entertainment enjoyed in a galaxy far far away and we all knew it was better to “let the Wookie win.” I am sure more than a few fellow geeks out there will know, that little bit of visual effects wizardry was created by none other than Phil Tippett. You may also recognize his work in films such as RoboCop, Jurassic Park, and most recently The Force Awakens.