iPad screenshots of Swords & Some Magic.
Holy Warp and Black Wing Foundation announce Swords & Some Magic: a barbarian fantasy action game that combines elements from both traditional platformers and contemporary runners.
The player is trying to reach the top floor of the Dark Tower, so the game is split into floors – levels – which serve as milestones of the journey. Currently we plan 36 intense levels in 6 different environments. The number of levels may be increased later after initial mobile release.
Swords & Some Magic features a diverse gameplay, a unique way of “line switching” when the camera changes positions and engages player into QTE sequences, giant bosses and stunning Unreal Engine-powered graphics.
Coming soon to iOS devices. Android, PC and PS Vita versions are planned.
Demo-version represents a slice of game, just to give you an idea what it is about. The levels and balance are all work-in-progress. You can’t buy and upgrade weapons and abilities in demo version. Only straightforward action. 2 players co-op is available, so try it.
There are 3 levels in the demo. Full version will feature 30 levels in 10 environments. Current balance is a work-in-progress thing.
Since Chaos Domain is a platformer game, we encourage you to adjust the controls in the Settings menu, so you could feel comfortable. You also can use your gamepad.
Support Chaos Domain on Steam Greenlight!
Demo (325 Mb) can be downloaded HERE.
New PC screenshots of Chaos Domain.
Chaos Domain is on Steam Greenlight, and we hope the audience will help us to get greenlit and release a PC version of the game.
PC trailer of the game is available as well. We hope we’ll be able to release game during the Fall of 2013.
iOS version is currently postponed, partially because we’re considering a simultaneous release for both mobiles and a PC. Obviously, PC and mobile versions are a little different due to the specifics of the platforms.
Speed Kills gets a v.1.2 update! The main thing about this is a reworked control scheme, according to the customers comments (and we’re very grateful for them). We introduced sensitivity adjustments and fixed some of the bugs to be sure that the controls will be smooth and accessible on the mobile devices.
What’s New in Version 1.2
- Improved controls.
- Controls sensitivity option added to Settings menu.
- Fixed action tap zones for the iPhones.
- Respawn issues fixed.
- Controls-related bugs fixed.
- Other minor bugs fixed.
Speed Kills is updated to v.1.1, optimized for iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5.
More updates are on the way, including some necessary twists in the controls scheme + respawn button.
Here’s the new trailer of Speed Kills. The game will be available in the App Store this month, February 2013. It will be free to play, so make sure to grab it.
PC version will definitely follow.