N-Fusion, developers of Deus Ex: The Fall and Air Mail, have released screens and a trailer for their upcoming game Space Noir, published by Unity Games (the publishing arm of the popular 3D engine). N-Fusion promises to mix the standards of space combat with the noir aesthetic usually reserved for hard-boiled detective stories.
Space Noir is planned to release this summer for PC and for tablets.
Team Chaos has released a big update for their “hatch-three” puzzle game, Dragon Academy. The “Path of the Elder Dragon” expansion brings 48 new levels inspired by ancient Greece in this new episode, with 24 new main campaign levels. As well, new items called Magic Vines and Magic Creep will add new dynamics to puzzle-solving. Finally, because this is a game about dragons, there can’t be an update without a new one: Bloo the Dragon is what Team Chaos claims is “the most adorable thing we’ve ever created.”
There is no shortage of space shooters on the App Store, but it’s not every day that N-Fusion, developer of the acclaimed Deus Ex: The Fall, announces a new game. Space Noir tells the story of a private soldier in the “Intergalactic Protection Consortium” named Hal Markham, and throws the player through an adventure involving his bounty hunter missions, “deadly femme fatales,” and the defense of his home space station.
There’s no word yet on pricing for the game, but the developer has come out on Facebook to say that there will not be any clumsy in-app purchases. “There won’t be any clumsy or brash IAP in the game,” they said, “If you want to buy skins etc you can but the game is ‘complete’ – no time or resource gates for example.”
Keep an eye out for Space Noir for iPad, coming this Summer on the App Store.
Unity Games released a new update for Archangel that adds more action in the gameplay earlier on in the title. Those who are interested in purchasing the game can now take advantage of the reduced price of $1.99 (originally $4.99).
Fantasy-themed Archangel releases today on the App Store with 30 action-filled levels. It offers gamers the ability to cast spells with their fingertips as they can draw symbols on the screen while engaging in a fight between good and evil.
“Archangel is the first of a number of ‘core’ releases from our new publishing division, Unity Games,” said Oren Tversky, VP of Unity Games. “With a combination of high fidelity AAA-quality visuals and a streamlined combat system that really packs a punch, we’re excited to add Archangel to our portfolio this year.”
~ Embody the Angel of justice and retribution – a celestial being of certain conviction driven by moral absolutes.
~ A unique touch control system allows you to inflict swift and unrelenting attacks and those foolish enough to defy you.
~ Crush, freeze, pound, cut, immolate and even resurrect fallen foes to fight against their fellow sinners.
~ 30 levels of intense, martial and spell-casting action.
~ Wager hard-earned spoils at the end of each level for even more treasure—or risk losing it all.
WOTA: U-Boat Compass is a 3D simulation of a naval gyrocompass created by Mark Hessburg, in cooperation with the Technical Museum U 995 of the German Naval Association. The compass is based off those used in German submarines during World War II. The app is a spin-off of WOTA: Wolves of the Atlantic, a submarine […]