As I look over my notes from the big E3 show in L.A. earlier this month, three games stand out that I wanted to be sure to praise. I’m eager to play more of all of them.
You know how the last 60 seconds on the clock of a NBA game can take 18 actual minutes to play through because of time-outs or commercials? Super Time Force is kinda like that, only awesome instead of annoying.
Straight out of PAX East 2014, here's Below, a serene dungeon crawler from Capy, the company behind Clash of Heroes and Sword & Sworcery. It's hard to capture just how pretty this game really is, but we did what we could.
This is Super Time Force by Capybara Games, and while retro-graphics platformers and rewind-time mechanics are not new concepts, what the studio is doing here with both looks new and cool as all hell to me.
Super Time Force, the IGF XBLA-Prize-winning game from Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP creators Capybara Games, is looking danged cool.
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There's nothing like creating a straight-up phenomenon to generate a frothy appetite for more, more, more. Ever since Capybara Games' hit IOS game Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP rocketed to the top of the App Store earlier this year, folks have been wondering when they'd announce something new. The retro-styled…
So, you're a little late to the game in getting the beautiful iPhone and iPad adventure Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP? Worry not! For now you look smart, frugal even, for waiting until Sword & Sworcery went cheap.
Already released on the iPad, Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP makes the epic journey to the more popular iPhone and iPod touch platforms this week, thanks to a new update that magically transforms the Capy-developed game into a universal app.
The recently released iPad sensation Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery EP is more than just a pretty face. If you've played the stylish adventure game, you know it's got a soothing soundtrack to boot. Next week, you can get your hands on it.
It's been nearly a year since we played the gorgeous Superbrothers Sword & Sworcery EP for "touch-tronic machinery" like the iPhone (and iPad!) at GDC. Is the wait for this captivating adventure almost over?