Mini Ninjas Demo Released
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 9 comments
Feral Interactive has announced the release of a demo for Mini Ninjas. Developed by Io Interactive, Mini Ninjas follows the young ninja, Hiro and his friends as they travel through spellbound lands to do battle with a magical army of animals-turned-samurai.
Are you ready to follow the path of the Ninja? Some would start their journey at the foot of Ninja Mountain, but we reckon you’d be better off visiting our downloads area and getting in some practice with the Mini Ninjas demo. We won’t tell the Ninja Master, we promise!Check out the demo at the link provided below.
Mini Ninjas lets you take control of six diminutive but deadly warriors on their quest to defeat the Evil Samurai Warlord. Using dark Kuji magic he is transforming defenceless animals into armies of Samurai, trampling across feudal Japan and upsetting the balance of nature. Using their skills in magic, stealth, swordplay and extremely large wooden hammers, the ninjas are the only ones standing between the Evil Samurai Warlord and world domination!
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Game Agent Coming To Europe, Beta Available
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 5 comments
Aspyr Media recently announced that its Game Agent digital download service is in beta testing for gamers in Europe. Customers who visit the beta versions of the new sites and make a purchase before July 18 will receive a 15% discount on the order. Currently the service only offers the company's digital products, but boxed product sales are planned for later in the summer.
Hey, Europe, guess what? We’re (finally) giving you access to the GameAgent store! We know, we know–it took forever, and for that, we’re sorry. But we’re totally going to make it up to you. How? Well, here’s a little secret: as of right this very instant, European customers can check out www.gameagent.com/uk (for making purchases in pounds £) and www.gameagent.com/eu (for making purchases in euros €)!Read more at the link below.
Game Agent European Beta
Starting today we have enacted what we’re calling our “Beta” period, and we want your feedback! For a little incentive, between now and end of day (23:59 BST) Sunday, July 18, international customers (hit the jump for a list of supported countries) that place orders through either www.gameagent.com/uk or www.gameagent.com/eu will automatically receive a 15% discount on their orders. Send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org using the email address registered with GameAgent.com. As an added bonus, anyone that sends us feedback about their experience (good or bad) will receive a coupon code for another 25% off their next purchase!
Of course, there’s always a catch. Right now, we’re only offering our digital products. However, have faith, my friends–boxed products will be available later THIS summer! Stay tuned to the GameAgent NonBlog, as well as our Facebook and Twitter feeds, to keep up to date!
Basilisk Releases Eschalon: Book II Version 1.04
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
Basilisk Games has announced the release of version 1.04 of Eschalon: Book II, the company's fantasy RPG. The update includes a variety of bug fixes and balance changes. It is also likely the last update before the company releases add-on content for the game.
We’ve just updated Eschalon: Book II to version 1.04. A long list of fixes and tweaks can be found here. If you bought the game from us, you can download the newest version from the downloads page. Just uninstall your old version and reinstall the newest.Head over to the site below for more information.
Eschalon: Book II Update
If you bought the game through Steam, Impulse, Direct2Drive or any other distributor, you’ll need to wait for them to update their versions sometime next week.
Eschalon: Book II
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Apple Games Features Toy Story 3
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Apple Games has posted a new feature article about the recently released Toy Story 3: The Video Game. The game allows players to experience adventures from the film and also offers "open-world" gameplay. Apple's article includes commentary from senior producer Vince Bracken and a look at the history of Toy Story.
Toy Box mode, an open-ended experience that Bracken says “allows more freedom for kids to do what they want, as opposed to doing what is required next. That also opens up access to parents who can jump in and out of the game as time permits.”Read the full article at the page below.
Apple Games: Toy Story 3
As you complete missions in Toy Box mode, you unlock new toys, buildings, accessories, and other objects. You can then easily customize the game world, allowing you and your kids to, as Bracken explains, “celebrate the power of imagination and joy of play. An example of this from the game is how we magically pop in all of the mini-race car track pieces all over the main part of the town while playing with the mini-racer. We did that because that’s how some of us used to play with our toys as kids: we’d build a western town and then do jumps over it with our race cars and tracks.”
He goes on to note that his favorite toys in Toy Box mode are the bandits. “I can’t wait for them to rob my town,” he says. “Throwing them into jail is very satisfying. They’re also incredibly funny: I enjoy watching them torment townspeople by making them dance or holding them upside-down and shaking loose change from their pockets.”
Toy Story 3
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