Unity-licious gaming: Hell-IX.

Continuing from the Unity in motion article, I have decided to implement a gaming section, simply titled Unity-licious gaming.

Unity-licious gaming will feature news, (videos and my general take) about Unity powered games that are coming to the Wii U.

First up is a game that pays homage to such classics as Desert Strike and Jungle Strike, games that use to keep me entertained back in my Amiga 500 days.

Hell-IX

What to know more? Visit the developers (Retromade Studios) website.

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Neon Shadow. An FPS of old school delight.

Not too long ago I wrote about the need for a FPS aimed towards the mature Nintendo audience. It had to be fun, over-the-top, crazy fun. Well law and behold I think I’ve found it, in the shape and form of Neon Shadow.

Neon Shadow started life as an OUYA Create Game Jam Event, and since then Tasty Poison Games, a video game studio based in Cape Town South Africa decided to go into full production, and bring back awesome FPS.

Think Doom, think Quake, think the 1990’s shooter with a smile on your face. Question is can we/the Nintendo fans convince Tasty Poison to go way of the Nintendo. I’m sure the lure of  a free Unity development licence might go a long way to helping, that’s if they develop using that particular gaming engine.

Anyway enjoy.

Duke-em-up!

Want to read more about Tasty Poison Games? Visit their website.

Unity in motion.

The other day I wrote an article regarding gaming engines, and one of the engines I mentioned was the Unity gaming engine. The word Unity and Nintendo seem to be popping up all over the place.

Not surprising really, considering Nintendo and Unity Technologies recently (within the last twelve months) became partners, and at this years Game Developers Conference (GDC) Europe, representatives from both Unity Technologies and Nintendo will holds talks.

So now for the juicy stuff, games powered by Unity. Just taking a quick look on the Unity Game List page sends a shiver down my spine. It screams creativity from independent studios and developers alike.

If Nintendo pull their finger out, we could see some real juicy games brought to the Wii U.

Your thoughts towards Unity powered games that you would like to see on the Wii U.