Tag Archives: Frozen Synapse
Wed, May 01, 2013 | 22:48 BST
Mode 7′s glorious turn-based tactics title Frozen Synapse arrives on iPad on May 16; it boasts cross-play between iPad, Mac and PC, which you can see in action through the break.
Tue, Apr 09, 2013 | 09:34 BST
Frozen Synapse developer Mode 7 Games has published a video of its indie sash running on iPad, showing off the game’s new touch-based UI, and confirming cross-play across iOS, Android, Mac, Linux and PC.
Wed, Apr 03, 2013 | 21:07 BST
Frozen Synapse will land on iPad in May, according to Mode 7. Announced at the end of 2011, the game will contain Cross-play between iOS, Android, Mac and PC versions and players will be able to start playing on one system and resume their game on another. The Red DLC which adds co-op and new missions will also be made available. The Android tablet release will occur after the launch on iPad. Thanks, Joystiq.
Wed, Aug 29, 2012 | 08:37 BST
Steam has launched a ‘Best of British’ bundle that compiles seven games in one cheap package. Together they would usually cost $70, but you can grab them all for just £7.99 / $9.99. Check out the full list below:
Tue, Aug 21, 2012 | 21:39 BST
A Frozen Synapse: Collector’s Edition will be released in the UK next month. It contains the core title which is compatible for both PC and Mac, includes the soundtrack, a Steam key to hand out to a pal, a sticker and a postcard wrapped up in a special box. Also included is the Red expansion pack which includes co-op, new missions, a new mode and a new game unit. Frozen Synapse: Collector’s Edition is exclusive to the UK and will land in retail on September 7. Thanks,
Wed, May 30, 2012 | 02:46 BST
Tactical battler Frozen Synapse has spawned a new expansion, Red, which includes 15 single-player campaign levels, an extra unit, and an entirely new multiplayer mode. Although there’s a pile of new content, you don’t need the pack to play with those who have it, and vice versa. Grab the expansion for $10 through directly through Mode 7 or on Steam, or hit the break for a list of the contents and a trailer.
Tue, Feb 14, 2012 | 01:14 GMT
A massive cross media hit, successful revival and indie favourite all feature in newly-revealed GDC 2012 sessions.
Thu, Dec 15, 2011 | 18:41 GMT
The Humble Indie Bundle is well known in PC gaming circles. The organization gathers together high-profile indie titles to offer pay-what-you-want, DRM-free game downloads that also benefit charity.
Now PC gamers will have even more options when it comes to great gaming bundles. The Little Big Bunch Indie Bundle just launched featuring the same pay-what-you-want pricing, charity benefits and all. The only difference is the game list, which is just as spectacular here as it was in the HIB.
Jump on over to the website to get your hands on Explodemon, Frozen Synapse, NS Soccer 5, Munch’s Odyssey, and Serious Sam Double D. Via Blue’s News.
Wed, Dec 07, 2011 | 13:33 GMT
A new PC indie bundle is in the works and will feature titles such as Frozen Synapse, Explodemon and Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee with proceeds benefiting various charities through GamesAid.
Tue, Nov 29, 2011 | 23:56 GMT
Tactical, turn-based squad shooter Frozen Synapse comes with a second free copy for you to give to a friend – but half of them haven’t been used.
Wed, Nov 02, 2011 | 21:21 GMT
Turn-based indie darling Frozen Synapse is going mobile.
Wed, Sep 28, 2011 | 19:33 BST
The Humble Bundle is back with the Humble Frozen Synapse Bundle, and once again you can pay what you want. It comes with the turn-based strategy title Frozen Synapse, and is available for Mac, Windows, and Linux. It also includes the soundtrack with your purchase. Those who pay above the average price will also receive the Humble Frozenbyte Bundle, which includes: Trine, Shadowgrounds, Shadowgrounds: Survivor, the Jack Claw prototype, and a Splot preorder. Charities supported are the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play.
Humble Bundles have now raised over $2 million for charity. Watch the video below.
Tue, Jul 12, 2011 | 15:09 BST
Mode 7 Games’ co-founder, Paul Taylor, believes Steam is indispensable for the success of indie PC game developers.