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Developers react to Ouya's defense of Free the Games Fund

Yesterday, Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman voiced her support for the company's Free the Games Fund, noting that nothing about the program would be altered. Since then, indie developers have expressed their displeasure over Uhrman's statements. Sophie Houlden, who launched Rose and Time on Ouya in July,...

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Thomas Was Alone sells 'over 700,000' copies

Indie darling Thomas Was Alone has sold a rather impressive "over 700,000" copies to date. The game's creator, Mike Bithell, revealed the figure in our first Gamescom podcast*, which you should be able to listen to shortly. The figure comprises PC, Mac, Linux, PS3, and Vita sales, and does not...

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Thomas Was Alone dev announces Metal Gear-craft game, Volume

The next game from Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell has a colorful, blocky look to it, but it certainly isn't another rectangle platformer. The British developer unveiled the long-teased 'Project 2' as Volume today, a top-down stealth game evocative, at least visually, of a minimalist Metal...

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PlayStation Plus 'massively inflated' my audience, says Thomas Was Alone creator

Thomas Was Alone "sold really well" on Vita and PS3 since its April launch according to creator Mike Bithell, and in particular through PlayStation Plus where uptake has been "ridiculous" and "amazing." Bithell told Joystiq Thomas Was Alone, or "the rectangle game" as he self-mockingly called it,...

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Humble Indie Bundle 8 serves up Hotline Miami, Proteus, more

The Humble Indie Bundle 8 launched today, offering up downloadable Windows, Mac, and Linux versions of Thomas Was Alone, Awesomenauts, Little Inferno, Dear Esther, and Capsized as part of its pay-what-you-want base package. Buyers who beat the average purchase price (currently around $5) will...

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Thomas Was Alone review: Mastering the inverted fall

On the surface, Thomas Was Alone appears unremarkable. It breaks platforming mechanics down to their most basic levels, quite literally, replacing characters with colored rectangles and environments with precarious arrangements of black rectangles. To reiterate: Thomas Was Alone is a platformer...

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PSN Tuesday: Dead Island Riptide, Star Trek, Thomas Was Alone

The PlayStation Store update this week includes four full games, two new for PSN and three Vita games. The full games are Star Trek, SoulCalibur 5, Dead Island Riptide and Blazing Angels 2: Secret Missions of WWII, while PSN gets God Mode and Thomas Was Alone. Thomas Was Alone is a Cross Buy game,...

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Soul Calibur Broken Destiny free on PS Plus tomorrow, Spring Fever sale continues

PlayStation Plus subscribers can snag a free copy of PSP (and PS Vita-compatible) fighter Soul Calibur Broken Destiny tomorrow when the PlayStation Store update drops. Soul Calibur Broken Destiny launched on PSP in 2009 with a feature set largely similar to its console predecessor from 2008, Soul...

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Spring Fever PlayStation Store event details, discounts for PS Plus members

Sony's Spring Fever PlayStation Store event will kick off later today (after the PSN update), with four indie games featuring PS3 and Vita cross-buy functionality, and 20 percent off discounts for PlayStation Plus members. "PlayStation fans have been vocal about their desire to see more independent...

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PS Plus for EU ambles into April with Thomas Was Alone, The Cave, more

The April update for PlayStation Plus in Europe not only slings another slew of Instant Collection games our way, but also a brand new one in Thomas Was Alone. The European launch of the indie minimalist platformer will see it be free for Plus subscribers on the continent. Curve just announced...

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