When we first talked with PhiGames and signed on TinyKeep we had only seen the castle dungeon interior and were happy with the look and direction of the game. Since then PhiGames has released some new screens that show off two new locations, the Overrun Jungle Ruins and the Hellfire Realm, and they are just blowing us away with how the game is turning out. Don’t take our word for it tho! There are two screens below, but you can see more on the TinyKeep page (along with a teaser trailer and developer videos playlist).
If you happen to live in or will be in London come September you can check out TinyKeep in action at the big EGX London event which runs from the 25th to the 28th!
In other news, there is a new Stronghold 3: The Campaigns (iPad) update on the way. There was an issue with the last update that caused the game to stop working. It has since been removed from the iTunes App Store for the time being. The issue has been resolved and a new version has been submitted and is waiting for review by Apple. For the latest news regarding the state of the new Stronghold 3: The Campaigns update be sure to ‘Like’ us on Facebook where we will be posting the latest news as it develops on this and other DTG titles.
Terrian Saga: KR-17 continues to impress the gaming media with its retro-rific styling. The Daily Gamepad gave it an 8.5 out of 10 saying “I could tell the folks who made this had a lot of love for the era and genre making this game“. Strategy Informer gave it an 8.5 out of 10 as well remarking “Terran Saga KR-17 by Dallas-based developer Wonderfling however, is arguably the closest PC owners will get to reliving those halcyon days of addicting retro-platforming bliss. With its adorably upbeat chiptune serenades and 16-bit sound effects flanked in turn by some wonderfully realised retro styled pixel artwork, it’s a relief that Terrian Saga KR-17’s gameplay is equally as accomplished as its audiovisual presentation.“. Both Hardcore Gamer and GameBit Mag give it solid 4 out of 5 ratings while Hooked Gamers gave it a 9 out of 10 (a scoring higher than they even gave Shovel Knight!)