The Red Solstice devs at Ironward continue to polish the experience and add new content on a regular basis. Today — in addition to offering 50% off on Steam.
The Red Solstice, the 8-player, tactical co-op survival game on Mars that is developed by Croatian devs Ironward and published by Nkidu Games, has just received its first big content update in the form of version 1.78. It follows a string of updates since the game’s Early Access launch on July 10, which have improved stability, added private game lobbies and fixed a bunch of little issues that players have uncovered.
Nkidu Games is happy as a pig in a blanket to announce that it will be publishing Whole Hog Games’ boaring platform-puzzling masterpiece, Full Bore, on Steam this Spring. The Steam release will include both Part 1 and 2 of the game.
As a kid, Chip’s Challenge back on Windows 3.11, challenged me greatly. The spiritual successor, with the help of the game’s creator and now namesake to develop it, Chuck’s Challenge was funded on Kickstarter. Now, it’s here challenging me just like it’s predecessor did all those years ago.