Tag Archives: Warp
Thu, May 03, 2012 | 17:21 BST
Mojang boss Markus Persson doesn’t seem too impressed with EA’s Indie Bundle currently available on Steam, and has taken to Twitter to call the firm out for using the term indie to describe its game pack.
Wed, May 02, 2012 | 21:05 BST
EA has posted an Indie Bundle on Steam. The collection includes: Shank, Shank 2, Deathspank, Deathspank: Thongs Of Virtue, Warp and Gatling Gears for $20.98 which is 70% off the price of $69.94. Both Deathspank titles include Steamplay which will allow you to play the game on either Mac or PC. If you purchased the games on sale individually, it would cost you $34.9, so you’re saving around $13.96 by purchasing in bulk. Get it here until May 9.
Fri, Mar 23, 2012 | 08:14 GMT
As handily pointed out by VG247 reader DSB, Warp — a recently released EA-published puzzler — is currently available on Steam with a sizable list of Origin-related restrictions. That, of course, is a bit “Bwaaaah?”-worthy, seeing as EA and Valve spent the better part of last year at each other’s throats over Valve’s “restrictive” terms of service. So then, have the two finally kissed, made up, and sworn to forever be BFFs on Gabe Newell’s beard? No such luck, EA has told VG247.
Mon, Jan 23, 2012 | 18:22 GMT
Nelson’s dropped the full list of dates and prices for this year’s Xbox Live House Party line-up, with the main bits being Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, launching on February 22 for 1200 MS points, and I Am Alive, releasing for the same price point on March 7. EA and Trapdoor’s Warp launches for 800 MS points, while THQ-published shooter Nexuiz releases on February 29 for the same pricepoint.
Wed, Oct 26, 2011 | 08:08 BST
A new trailer has surfaced for Trapdoor Inc’s downloadable alien-puzzler, showing off the Echo and Swap abilities. Catch it below.
Mon, Mar 14, 2011 | 01:22 GMT
The long-delayed Fez was playable at PAX east over the weekend, and has been confirmed for publication as a collaboration between developers Polytron and Trapdoor. Hooray! Celebrate with this trailer.
Thu, Nov 11, 2010 | 10:39 GMT
EA’s bread-and-butter may be triple-A unfathomable-budget titles, but the publisher’s venturing outside the realm of dudes with guns, race cars, and Gears-of-War-but-with-boy-wizards with three very interesting-looking indie titles.