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If ever proof was needed of how important Valve's Steam platform has become to many PC developers, look no further than the tale of Introversion, the developers of Defcon and Darwinia, whose company was saved by a Steam sale.
Talented British developers Introversion have announced that, after a previous deal with a publisher fell through, they're looking for somebody else to publish nuclear war "simulator" Defcon on the Nintendo DS.
By desktop, we don't mean your desktop PC. We mean - courtesy of the wonders of the webcam/custom specs - running literally on your desk. This is naught but a concept at the moment, just the result of Introversion's Leander Hambley messing around. And could well go nowhere. But now that he mentions it, it's one hell…
For those of you who don't know, Multiwinia is the fourth game developed by Introversion Software. I was a huge fan of Defcon and Darwinia. Multiwinia looks like it's shaping up very nicely. In this video we take a look at the "King of the Hill" mode where players try to control zones.