Llamatron 2112 and Revenge of the Mutant Camels are finally getting proper re-releases. It just happens to be on a system that came out nearly a quarter century ago.
If you were looking forward to playing Jeff Minter's Tempest-inspired TxK on a platform besides Vita, keep waiting. For now, Minter is relenting to Atari's demands.
Five French teenagers have been arrested after getting drunk, kidnapping a llama and, according to The Independent, "taking on him on a tour of Bordeaux via the city's tram system".
Jeff Minter, he of Mutant Camels and Space Giraffe fame, is back with another iPhone title. This one's called Deflex, and it's a remake of sorts of Superdeflex, which Minter made in 1982. [Touch Arcade]
Hall of fame video game create Jeff Minter doesn't make bland games. They're a festival of old-school graphics and techno music. And he demonstrates his latest, Minotaur Rescue, while wearing a minotaur mask.
Tiga's and Llamasoft visuals go together like peanut butter and acid, the aesthetic that founder and ruminant obsessive Jeff Minter has become (in)famous for over the developer's 25-year-plus history.
Jeff Minter's Llamasoft is so very pleased with PC Gamer UK's 92% review of the PC version of Space Giraffe that they've spilled the beans on the release date for their next title, Gridrunner+++.
When the pricing was announced (both times) for Xbox Live Arcade puzzle-platformer Braid, the vocally frugal gamer crowd bemoaned the higher than average cost. Too bad, really, as it's one of the best XBLA titles I've ever played. Still, there are folks who can't get past the 1200 MS Points pricing — that makes it one…