Tag Archives: lucidity
Tue, Sep 11, 2012 | 18:33 BST
The Red Faction Collection and Swedish Indie Pack are part of Steam’s Midweek Madness sale.
Mon, Nov 30, 2009 | 09:19 GMT
Goooooooooooood mornnnnnnning, VietnamG247
In the news today, the sky is blue, grass is green and Steam has more games discounted in their five day 24 hour sale!
EVE Online: Apocrypha is down to under £4, Lucidity is only under £2 and PoP is a tenner. There are more games which get the cut, which is why you can see them below.
- EVE Online: Apocrypha – £3.74
- Battlefield 2: Complete Collection – £7.49
- Lucidity – £1.74
- Trackmania United Forever – £9.99
- Prince of Persia – £9.99
- World of Goo – £4.24
- Guild Wars Trillogy – £14.99
Go take a look. The deals for THQ and Lucasarts are still going if you’re interested.
Mon, Oct 05, 2009 | 17:50 BST
Nelson’s confirmed that this week, your lot for Arcade will be South Park: Lets Go Tower Defense Play and Lucidity.
They’ll both cost 800 MS points each.
There you have it.
Tue, Sep 29, 2009 | 15:39 BST
LucasArts has revealed that its side scroller-puzzle game Lucidity will be priced at just $9.99.
Those interested can purchase the game via Direct2Drive and Steam on October 7, but if you are not a PC’er, no worries – it’s coming to Xbox Live Arcade for 800 MS Points.
More through the links.
Tue, Sep 22, 2009 | 20:12 BST
LucasArts project, lead David Nottingham, has revealed to D’tpoid was influenced the art direction of the firm’s upcoming XBLA and PC title, Lucidity.
“For Lucidity, we wanted to develop a unique art style that didn’t really feel like anything else and it was developed hand in hand with the story, so that one would complement the other,” Nottingham told the site. “Jeff Sangalli (the art director) and I are both big believers in visual stylization and he was talking about wanting the game to feel like a pop-up book, using multi-planing and 2D cards to help achieve the affect.
“The style was largely developed working with Andrea Rhodes. If you look at her work, you can see a Mary Blair influence but she’s pretty unique. This was kind of a dream project for her as it fit her distinctive art style so perfectly.
“Something else that was cool was the paper texture that was applied to the artwork. There’s kind of a style you see in children’s books where the artwork can look like cut paper. You see this in books like The Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.”
“The concept of combining 2D and 3D was Jeff’s. He’s been big on that for a while and had wanted to incorporate it into Monkey but was unable to due to the limitations of having to overlay over the original sprite animations.”
There’s plenty more through the link.
Tue, Sep 15, 2009 | 10:43 BST
IGN’s posted a hands-on of LucasArts’ now-confirmed XBLA puzzler Lucidity, calling the game a “children’s storybook set in motion”.
Lucidity charges the player with placing props around an ever-moving girl in order to protect her from harm.
Apparently the title, which releases on October 7, “is shaping up to be one of the prettiest and most unique XBLA releases of the year.”
It can’t be “most unique,” Mr IGN. Just saying.
Some screens and a couple of videos through there.
Fri, Sep 11, 2009 | 07:10 BST
The game’s a cartoony, downloadable affair for PC and 360, featuring a girl called Sophie that moves of her own free will.
Thu, Jul 23, 2009 | 21:06 BST
Joystiq has posted a screen that is rumored to be from a Lucasarts project called Lucidity for Xbox Live Arcade.
It’s supposedly a side-scrolling adventure, but since Lucasarts is remaining mum on the situation, no one is quite sure what it is exactly.
The fantasy title has players controlling the main character, Sofi, by placing certain objects in her path as she travels through the game. Sofi will use these objects to surmount the obstacles impeding her progress.
Hopefully more will be revealed soon.
Wed, Jul 08, 2009 | 10:41 BST
Joystiq’s rumouring that LucasArts is to release Lucidity, a new IP, to XBLA.
It’s a side-scrolling adventure, apparently, in which players place objects in the path of protagonist Sofi as she navigates the gameworld.
There’s more through there. No date, though.