The sometimes-justified rap on mobile games is that they're too casual, too easy. Too oriented to delivering distraction, instead of challenging design. Inferno 2 is not one of those games.
Coming March 14 to Steam from the fine folks at Cartoon Network and Radiangames, The Powerpuff Girls: Defenders of Townsville gives players the power to choose between the classic animation style from the series' first run and the horrible new one.
Luke Schneider of RadianGames makes great mobile games but they haven’t been available on Android. Until now. Schneider’s bringing his excellent Tetris-alike Slydristo Google Play, with other games like the very good Bombcats and Inferno+ to follow. He’ll be bringing some of the RadianGames catalog to Ouya, too.
Luke Schneider of Radiangames has created some of the coolest bite-sized shooters I've played, starting with Xbox Live Indies and then graduating to mobile platforms. Just check out the Radiangames tag here at Kotaku and see how much well-deserved love we've given him. Radiangames latest doesn't hit iOS until…
You probably don't know his name. And you might have ignored his games. But Luke Schneider deserves your respect. And your money.
"It's just like Tetris, right?" That's what I was asked when someone peeked at my iPad screen while I was playing Slydris, the new game from Luke Schneider's RadianGames imprint. The answer is no and yes.
Last October I was excited to announce that former Xbox Live Indie Games developer Radiangames was getting into iOS gaming business with the frantic 2D shooter Super Crossfire. Then my iPad screen cracked. And my iPhone got dropped out of a speeding car.
After crafting some of the best games in the Xbox Live Indie Games program and branching out to both iPhone and PC/Mac development, RadianGames is ready to take the PC indie gaming scene by storm with the launch of not one but four brand new titles. Did I mention RadianGames is just one guy?
Last year Luke Schneider of radiangames released seven gorgeous shooters via the Xbox Live Indie Games program, each one better than the last. Then he stopped making Xbox Live Indie games, and I was sad. Come October 13, I'll be happy again.
Luke Schneider of Radiangames has created six excellent Xbox Live Indie games. Today he released the seventh, Ballistic, and it could be the best of the bunch. It's also the last.
Radiangames is the most astounding indie developer on the Xbox 360, progressing from making a pretty Geometry Wars clone in May to pumping out three lovely and unusual new shooters since then. Now we get "Fluid."
In this week's installment of Xbox Live Indie Clips we take a look at Radiangames Inferno. The developer calls it a "twin-stick action RPG." What the hell is that?
Another arcade shoot-em-up on the Xbox 360? This one lets you warp your Galaga-style spaceship from the bottom of the screen (shooting up) to the top (shooting down). Crossfire is in the Xbox Live Indie Games channel for $3.