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Doom Warrior Threatens To Deliver Savage Arena Based Combat
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment

Creaky Corpse, developer of the zombie MMO Dead Frontier, has announced Doom Warrior, an arena-based combat title full of "savage barbarians, customisable weapons and armour, and lots of lovely stats to fiddle with." Soon to be in beta testing the final game is planned for release on Windows, Mac, and iOS later this year. As part of the announcement the company also released a Doom Warrior teaser trailer.

Battling against other real-world users around the globe, as well as an array of terrifying boss creatures, victors will be given the ultimate choice: kill or spare their thwarted opponent. Whether you choose to be merciful, or decide to send their head rolling across the battlefield, you’ll find each route has its own unique pros and cons. A bit like in real life.

Doom Warrior’s debut teaser trailer demonstrates the PvP combat of this gladiator-bashing game, which sees players take on the role of savage barbarian warrior, captured from his homeland and forced to fight for the amusement of a paying crowd.

Slaughter your way through an array of vicious opponents while gaining riches, power and glory. Crush your enemies, watch them beg for death and hear the cries of their women!

  • Brutal online arena combat
  • Forge mighty weapons & armour of your own design
  • Randomized loot with billions of potential finds
  • No limit to how powerful you can become
  • Take on gargantuan boss creatures
Creaky Corpse - also known by his human name, Neil Yates - has been making games since the age of 16. His breakthrough hit, Dead Frontier, saw 9 million players battle their way through a zombie apocalypse.
For more information head over to the page linked below.

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Dream Pinball 3D At Mac Game Store
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RuneSoft's Dream Pinball 3D is available now to purchase and download at Mac Game Store. The game features 6 tables with various themes, pinballs made of 6 materials with unique characteristics, and multiplayer matches supporting up to 4 players.

A great pinball game should not only be amazing from the start, but should continue to be entertaining every time you play it. This was the thinking behind the development of the newest pinball sensation - Dream Pinball 3D - with its’ 6 cutting edge tables that are beckoning you to try your luck.

We did not skimp on the technology with this game as there are six different style balls, made of different materials, that not only look different, but whose ballistic characteristics will affect the very rolling behaviour of each one of them. Add to that incredible acoustics, state of the art particle technology, HDRI and multilayer 3D sound, realistic tilt function and motion blur effects, and you have the best pinball experience.


  • 6 tables with various themes
  • Balls made out of 6 materials (steel, two kinds of wood, marble, ivory, gold) with various ballistic characteristics
  • Multi-ball with up to 3 balls at once
  • Supports state of the art particle effects
  • Motion-blur-effects
  • Brilliant lightning because of HDRI-textures
  • Individual sounds and music for each table
  • Multiplayer mode for up to 4 gamers
  • 6 dynamic and one fixed camera position
  • Individual graphic settings for less powerful systems
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
  • 1.8 GHz Dual Core Intel Mac
  • 512 MB RAM
  • 900 MB HD Space
  • 256 MB VRAM
  • Video:
    • ATI Radeon X1600
    • NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT
    • Intel HD Graphics
Dream Pinball 3D is available now for $9.99 (USD).

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VoidExpanse Screens Unveiled
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AtomicTorch Studio has released some new screenshots for its upcoming space based sandbox action RPG, VoidExpanse. The game puts players in the role of a human struggling to survive in a galaxy dominated by human vs alien conflict. Featuring both single and multiplayer sandbox modes, procedurally generated galaxies, and persistent servers, VoidExpanse will give players the chance to determine their own role in deciding mankind's ultimate fate.

Decimated by alien invaders and thrust into a new dark age, humankind balanced on the brink of collapse. Driven by hope and desperation, we fought back, but it wasn't enough. In a single, incomprehensible display of power, entire planets, outposts, and countless lives vanished from known existence.

VoidExpanse, a sandbox action-RPG from AtomicTorch Studio, is the sci-fi tale of our quest to survive in a galaxy rife with alien and human conflict. With free-form character development, ship customization, and a completely open galaxy, you define your role in the fate of humankind.

In sandbox mode, journey alone or join with others in procedurally generated galaxies. Form alliances to destroy the aliens, dominate sectors as pirates, or live the life of an asteroid miner. With persistent servers and full mod-support, players control the galaxy.


  • Single- and multiplayer sandbox modes. Procedurally generated galaxies and persistent servers.

  • Free-form character development with expansive skill-trees.

  • Outfit your ship with diverse weapon systems, engines, modules, and more.

  • Battle, trade with NPCs, mine asteroids, and explore the dangers of the unknown.

  • Single-player, quest-focused campaign in development for future update.

  • Fully moddable.
Learn more about the game at the links below.

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Children Of Liberty Cast Revealed
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Lantana Games has announced the cast for Children of Liberty, its upcoming 2D stealth-action platformer arriving via Steam Early Access in Spring 2014 for Mac, Windows, and Linux. Described as a "hand-animated, 3D stealth-action game with a focus on historical accuracy" Children of Liberty will take place on the night before the Battles of Lexington and Concord, giving players the choice of one of four unique characters determined to save their parents and warn the countryside of the pending Redcoat attack.

Children of Liberty’s ensemble includes Ashly Burch (“Borderlands 2,” “Hey Ash Whatcha Playin'?”) as Sarah; Sarah Elmaleh (“Skulls of the Shogun,” “Gone Home”) as Ally, Margaret Gage, and others; Sean Chiplock (“Dust: An Elysian Tail,” “Freedom Planet”) as Doug and William Dawes; and Chris Rando (“Dance Central 3,” “Codename Cygnus”) as Joseph, the Lieutenant, and others. In addition, the game includes Ed Mace (“Heroes of Newerth,” “Tiny Thief”) as Samuel Adams; Chris Ciulla (“Fallout: New Vegas,” “Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy”) as Benjamin Church and others; Cyrus Nemati (“Quest for Infamy”) as Royal Governor Thomas Gage; Billy Nichols (Structure Gaming) as Samuel Prescott; and Geoffrey Campbell (Captain of the New England Patriots Endzone Militia) as Paul Revere.

Children of Liberty is a hand-animated, 3D stealth-action game with a focus on historical accuracy. Taking place the night before the Battles of Lexington and Concord, players choose one of four characters that fit their style of play - sneaky, fast, powerful, or balanced - to uncover the details of a conspiracy that could plunge the Colonies into war.

Lantana Games recorded the voiceover for Children of Liberty in a partnership with Reactive Studios (Codename Cygnus). “The talented team at Reactive Studios helped us bring the characters in Children of Liberty to life, in a way we never could have done alone,” said Dan Silvers, game designer on Children of Liberty. “This cast has surpassed our wildest dreams in terms of everything they brought to the table. We can’t wait for you to hear them in action.”

Ashly Burch plays Sarah Ward, the dark and deadly Colonial Ninja; Sarah Elmaleh plays Ally Baker, a stern caretaker and freerunner; Chris Rando plays Joseph, an athletic, bratty warrior; and Sean Chiplock plays Doug, a burly tank and lovable stutterer. They are joined by Geoffrey Campbell as Paul Revere, a silversmith, messenger, and figurehead of the Patriots; Ed Mace as Samuel Adams, a wise politician and leader of the Sons of Liberty; and Cyrus Nemati as Thomas Gage, the Royal Governor as Massachusetts Bay and an expert swordsman.

To celebrate the cast announcement, Lantana Games has released a behind-the-scenes preview of some of the cast in action. It is watchable on the Lantana Games Youtube Channel.

About The Game
Children of Liberty is a stealth-action game which takes place on the eve of the American Revolution. Take on the roles of four kids on a mission to break their parents out of jail and warn the countryside of the pending Redcoat attack. Players have various tools at their disposal depending on the character they play, including Toy Swords, Grappling Yoyos, and Smoke Bombs. Children of Liberty places a heavy emphasis on stealth-based gameplay, allowing the player to hide in shadows and pop out at strategic moments; while remaining true to the core of classic 2D platformers, but in a fully realized 3D world.

About Lantana Games
Lantana Games is an independent game development team located in Boston, MA and founded by graduates of the Savannah college of Art and Design. With a focus on artistic uniqueness and heavily refined gameplay in everything we make, we believe that if we don't love our games, neither will you. Lantana Games was founded in 2009 and is made up of a diligent team working from their respective attics.

Children of Liberty is being developed for Mac, Windows PC, and Linux in Unity 4.3.

Check out the pages below for more information and a behind the scenes video of the cast in action.

Children Of Liberty
Children Of Liberty Cast Video

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