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Shardpunk: Verminfal To Be Released On PC This April
Clockwork Pile and Retrovibe confirmed this past week that Shardpunk: Verminfal will be getting released for PC soon, as it has been tagged for April The game has been tested for a while now as they have taken a combination of turn-based tactical strategy with RPG, survival, and resource management genres and blended them together[...]
VergeWorld Revealed To Be Released This Fall On PC
Retrovibe and developer Bad Bones announced that they will be releasing their retro racer VergeWorld onto PC sometime this Fall This game is the dream fulfilled of game developer Arek Kwaśny, who wanted to create an Amiga game of their own And so they did with this retro sci-fi racer inspired by titles such as[...]
Auto Draft
Retrovibe and indie developer Tactical Dogs revealed over the weekend that The Looter will be coming to PC sometime in 2022 Set in a post-apocalyptic world called Tortura, you're a looter who goes through parts of what was once a society that has been eaten up by the forest in search of what may be[...]
Shardpunk: Verminfall Gets A New Gameplay Trailer
Retrovibe and Clockwork Pile have released a brand new gameplay trailer for Shardpunk: Verminfall showing off more of what's to come We haven't seen too much of this game so far as the team is aiming to release it in 2022, but what little we've seen of the retro-looking survival game is pretty freaky as[...]
B.I.O.T.A. Receives A Brand New Gameplay Trailer
Retrovibe and developer Small Bros released a brand new gameplay trailer today for their upcoming 2n Metrovania title, B.I.O.T.A We haven't heard much on this one since we last chatted about it, as the game gives us some major throwback vibes to the original Game Boy, but we've been looking forward to seeing something new![...]
Retrovibe Announces New 2D Metroidvania Indie Game B.I.O.T.A.
Retrovibe and developer Small Bros revealed a brand new 2D Metroidvania game this week in the form of B.I.O.T.A., coming to PC and consoles This game already looks like an absolute gem as it feels like a throwback to early Game Boy titles from the early '90s, but way more hyper and designed better[...]