Tag Archives: Cipher Prime
Fri, Oct 25, 2013 | 03:09 BST
The latest Humble Weekly Sale celebrates the fifth anniversary of indie developer Cipher Prime. Pay what you want for Splice, Fractal: Make Blooms Not War and Pulse, or cough up more than $6 to receive Cipher Prime’s most famous title Auditorium and brand new release Intake. The five games are available on a variety of platforms – Android, Linux, Mac and PC – with a mix of DRM-free and Steam key options available. As ever, you choose how the money is split between developer, organisers and charities – the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play.
Wed, Jun 12, 2013 | 23:13 BST
Wed, Jun 12, 2013 | 23:08 BST
Cipher Prime has apologised for further delays to Kickstarter-funded sequel Auditorium 2: Duet; it took time off from the project last year to port and market Splice after the DBA-themed mobile puzzler met with unexpected success. The team has expanded as a result, and took a little time to settle into prototyping. The indie developer said the game is now in full production, and should still take between six months and one year to complete – but with a much later start date. Duet is now expected later this year, on Mac and PC.
Wed, Mar 28, 2012 | 10:27 BST
Auditorium 2: Duet, which looked likely to falter in the final days of its Kickstarter campaign, has inched past its target.
Tue, Mar 27, 2012 | 21:12 BST
Cipher Prime has said there are only four days left until its Kickstarter appeal ends for Auditorium 2: Duet. ”Our Kickstarter is coming down to the line,” reads a notice on the page. “A huge thank you for all of your support so far.Please continue to spread the word, [and] if you would consider raising your pledge even just a little, that would be awesome.” The goal is to earn $60,000 in funding, and so far, 1,395 people have backed the title with $51,466. Backers will not have their cards charged should the Kickstarter fall through.
Tue, Feb 28, 2012 | 22:53 GMT
Cipher Prime has launched a Kickstarter to help fund a sequel to musical puzzle game Auditorium.
Fri, May 06, 2011 | 06:10 BST
They’re like popcorn, really – you just can’t stop.