This spotlight is all about Dinosaur Polo Club, an indie game dev duo who made the hit game Mini Metro. Released on Steam almost three months ago, the game has received a favorable score of 80/100 on Metacritic.com, garnered positive reviews from the likes of Rock Paper Shotgun and Kotaku, and is a finalist for four Independent Games Festival awards this year. They’re currently working on a mobile version of the game.
Taipei Assassins held a slight advantage over Flash Wolves for the first half of the game, but lost it all in a misplaced fight triggered by REFRA1N‘s poor positioning. Rins got two triple kills in three minutes, TPA made two desperate and poor Baron calls, and the Wolves snowballed the game from there.
Welcome to our first Indie Spotlight! We’ll be talking about Squiddershins, an indie game dev duo that makes adorable and fun casual games for all ages. They take fairly simple puzzle ideas that often require have creative solutions. (more…)
The Warcraft movie‘s trailer has been released at Blizzcon today (US time). The film is set to be in theatres June 10, 2016. My thoughts are below the video – I’ll be rambling a little bit as I’m just writing out my thoughts as they come, so I’d like to apologize in advance.
Warcraft (film). Legendary Pictures & Universal Pictures. Directed by Duncan Jones, written by Charles Leavitt and Jones. Starring Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Ben Foster, Dominic Cooper, Toby Kebbell, Ben Schnetzer, Rob Kazinsky, Daniel Wu.
I actually hated playing World of Warcraft every time I tried it, but I did play a bit of Warcraft III over the years and enjoyed the game, so take my comments with a grain of salt.
The game is downloadable via iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon App stores, and all cards and decks are shared across any device linked to the same account.
Playing the game on a mobile phone for the first time will grant players a Classic card pack, free of charge.
There is no indication that the game has a Windows app, but players with Windows phones are requesting that one be developed. This is not the first time Blizzard has created mobile applications without a Windows phone port: World of Warcraft’s remote chat app was released in 2011 without a Windows phone app.
The game released an app for tablets (also without a Windows tablet app) last December, and was originally released for computers in March 2014. A Battle.net account and an internet connection are required to play.