Klei has announced Don’t Starve Hamlet, a new expansion for Don’t Starve. According to the description to this trailer, Hamlet will take Wilson to a city, with “pig shops, houses, new items, biomes and more.” While it won’t come out until early next year, you can add it to your wishlist on Steam.
Klei’s next game is going to be Griftlands, an “RPG where everything is negotiable.” They say it’ll be out late 2017 or early 2018.
Chances are you’ve already played Hot Lava, the first 3D game from Klei Entertainment of Don’t Starve and Invisible, Inc. fame. It’s the video game version of the perennial children’s imagination game with only one rule: don’t touch the floor.
Don’t Starve studio Klei Entertainment just announced Oxygen Not Included, a “space-colony simulation game” that looks right up their wacky danger-sim alley. More details and screens over at the game’s Steam page.
Game creators who have tried Valve's unusual new game controller tell Kotaku that the device holds a lot of promise. But make no mistake, they also say it feels pretty different from what we're used to.
Klei Entertainment, makers of recent gems Don't Starve and Mark of the Ninja, have announced their new game. It's a procedurally generated, turn-based tactical espionage game called Incognita. What? Dude. Yes.
Want more of the awesome stealth game Mark of the Ninja? They're releasing a DLC-packed special edition this summer.
This "origin" trailer tells the story behind the Tim Burtonesque survival game Don't Starve. More info here.
You might wonder why Microsoft decided to publish Mark of the Ninja, an independently-developed 2D stealth game that looks and plays like very few other games out there.
There's just something special about games that make you sneak. The push, the pull, the contemplative pause... and the rush of action. We've been spending the last week playing one of the most enjoyable stealth games in recent memory, and so we thought we'd take a closer look at the genre. What makes sneaking so much…
Well this is some creative marketing. Head on over to markoftheninja.com to play through a ninja-centric text adventure game. It's called "Mark of the Ninja," and it's brought to you by Klei Entertainment, makers of Shank.
Kotaku darling, Independent Games Festival finalist and soon to be Electronic Arts-published game Shank gets a bit more face time this week as GDC kicks off.
Electronic Arts today announced a deal with the developers of Shank and Deathspank to bring the downloadable games to multiple platforms.