Tag Archives: Outernauts
Thu, Dec 05, 2013 | 21:07 GMT
Outernauts, the first Facebook game from Insomniac’s social label, will be shuttered in January as the team moves on to a new mobile version of the Pokémon-like casual battler.
Fri, Nov 09, 2012 | 04:10 GMT
Making the conceptual shift from console action games to the social casual scene isn’t as easy as many think. Insomniac talks about their growing pains as they further refine their online title Outernauts.
Tue, Jul 24, 2012 | 13:58 BST
EA has announced the launch of Outernauts, Insomniac’s first game created for Facebook. The adventure role-playing social game allows players to capture and train “exotic alien beasts for battle” as they transform their “cosmic homeworld into a thriving galactic hub,” as members of United Earth’s elite Outernaut force. Players must also uncover the riddle behind mysterious “ancients” while “battling pirates and evil corporations seeking to control the galaxy.” Players will explore planets, harvest loot, and fight asynchronously alongside or against friends. Screenshots are below.
Thu, May 10, 2012 | 20:29 BST
Insomniac has said its Facebook title, Outernauts, won’t be just a one-off entry but the start of a new franchise. Speaking with Gamasutra, lead designer Rowan Belden-Clifford said the studio is in the business of building franchises, “so don’t expect Outernauts to be going away anytime soon.” He also said with the firm is interested in seeing “where Facebook, mobile and tablet games go in the future,” the team is entirely focused on its first foray into the social games market, and for now a mobile version isn’t in the cards. For those uninterested in social titles, there’s always Overstrike, the firm’s first-person, four-player co-op shooter in development through EA Partners in works.
Wed, May 09, 2012 | 13:50 BST
EA Partners and Insomniac have both announced today Outernauts, a brand new IP from the latter that’ll launch on Facebook this summer.
Fri, Feb 03, 2012 | 03:21 GMT
Internet sleuthing has uncovered what seems to be two unannounced games due in the next 12 months, plus a third, much-anticipated project.