Tag Archives: Cardboard Computer
Sat, Jun 01, 2013 | 15:58 BST
Cardboard Computer has released the second act for Kentucky Route Zero on Steam. The act was delayed by a couple of weeks, after originally being slated for a late April release. The team tweeted yesterday that it’s working on a “few early bugs” so to be mindful of it. Those who own the game can start updating it once they log into Steam. If you haven’t picked it up yet, the game and its season pass will run you $24.99.
Tue, Apr 30, 2013 | 21:49 BST
Cardboard Computer has said the second act for Kentucky Route Zero has been delayed a couple of weeks, which would put its release around mid-May. Originally slated for a late April release, the team got behind on development due to trouble shooting for “a larger number of players than we anticipated,” along with participation in the Independent Game Festival. distribution. The developer promises to keep people updated act 2′s progress through Facebook and Twitter. You can see a new screengrab though the links. Thanks, Shack.
Tue, Jan 08, 2013 | 20:25 GMT
Independent Games Festival finalist Kentucky Route Zero is now available for purchase. The episodic game will be released in five acts, and you can purchase act one for $7 or the entire package for $25. If you are wondering if the game reflects the mysteries which are Kentucky in a meaningful, surreal or realistic way, we say yes to all the above – even if we’ve never visited Mammoth Cave. We deduce this is only from watching the trailers and reading the synopsis. We grew up in the Bluegrass State, after all. Get the game here.
Thu, Oct 18, 2012 | 20:38 BST
Fri, Jan 07, 2011 | 18:40 GMT
Yes, it’s true. Kentuckians still dress like Loretta Lynn from the sixties if they are female, and men still wear their pants rolled up and meander around Mammoth Cave barefoot.