Subversion, the game once touted as Darwinia developer Introversion’s magnum opus, has been put on hold – indefinitely.
If ever one needed proof Steam was a good portal for independent developers, Introversion, of Defcon and Darwinia fame, is it: the company has credited the digital distribution service as actually saving the company.
Introversion has released a blog update for its “blueprint” style game Subversion, and for the first time, it’s showing the world what the game looks like.
Indie favourite Introversion – developer of classics Uplink, Darwinia, Defcon and the upcoming Subversion – has hinted that the company’s future may see a publishing role develop. “There are games out there we could have taken and published,” said commercial director Mark Arundel, talking to videogaming247 in San Francisco yesterday, ahead of this week’s GDC. […]
Defcon developer Introversion’s upcoming mystery project Subversion is “at a crossroads right now”, according to staffer Chris Delay, writing on the company forums. “Subversion is at a crossroads right now – it could go in several different directions,” he said. “My gut tells me I’ve spent long enough generating cities for now, and the results […]