Airtight Studios will be working with a few less hands on deck. The Seattle-based development studio behind upcoming ghost mystery game Murdered: Soul Suspect has issued a statement saying they've laid off 14 people, saying "this restructuring is part of the normal ebb and flow of game production." This news comes on the … » 4/02/14 4:45pm 4/02/14 4:45pm

Quantum Conundrum Creators Bravely Venture Into Mobile Gaming with

Quantum Conundrum's Kim Swift (because I am tired of typing Portal creator) and her team at Airtight Games have undergone a startling epiphany—mobile phones can play games. They've launched Airtight Mobile to take advantage of this discovery, with the first of these "mobile phone games" dropping next week. It's called… » 10/24/12 6:55pm 10/24/12 6:55pm

Quantum Conundrum Could Be a Wonderful Spiritual Successor to Portal

Everything's in first-person. Your silent hero is equipped with a high-tech gadget that can manipulate chunks of the environment. You progress through a series of rooms, each stuffed to the brim with quirky crate-and-button-based puzzles that need solving. And an omniscient voice is talking to you the whole time. » 4/11/12 6:00pm 4/11/12 6:00pm

One of the Main Brains Behind Portal Explains Her New Idea

This is Quantum Conundrum, the first-person puzzle game coming out early next year from a development team led by Kim Swift. She's someone who has earned my gaming trust, since she was a senior member of the team that made Narbacular Drop and the more famous game it was turned into, Portal » 9/02/11 3:00pm 9/02/11 3:00pm