Dancing Dots' oddball Xbox Live Arcade title Rotastic will be available September 21 for 800 MS Points.
We previewed the game last week, which was described as "Cut the Rope crossed over with Bejeweled, all wrapped in the aesthetics of Castle Crashers." And with that, I'm sold. While it's hitting Xbox 360 first, it's not an exclusive; it'll be available next year for both PlayStation Network and PC.
Today, Mash Tactics will be playing Rotastic, a dizzying jewel spree from developer Dancing Dots. Rotastic comes to PC and PSN next year but is available now on XBLA for a measly 800 MS Points. Mash Tactics has an even better...more
Sometimes less is more, as with Rotastic, the new game from indie developer Dancing Dots. The entire control scheme is one button. That's it; you use one button to grapple. In case you hadn't noticed from the launch trailer,...more
Rotastic is a pretty hard game to describe but an easy one to define. A description would probably be best put as Cut the Rope crossed over with Bejeweled, all wrapped in the aesthetics of Castle Crashers.
The game's identity...more
Just yesterday, James Mielke appeared on Sup Holmes to talk about his work at Shinra Technologies. EGM, 1up, Q Games, Q Entertainment, and (you guessed it), BitSummit, the little Kyoto indie games convention that has altered ...more
As you may recall, Forgotten Memories: Alternate Realities came out of near-nowhere with its Silent Hill 2 cast additions, after several years off the development grid. If you're still wondering what Guy Cihi's delightf...more
It seems like a foregone conclusion when looking at Axiom Verge that comparisons are going to be made to Metroid. It is, without doubt, similar in more ways than it differs from Nintendo's iconic franchise.
The differences matter, though, and Axiom Verge merges classic environment design with new mechanical twists, producing a game that feels both familiar and fresh at the same time.more