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Catlateral Damage signed as Fire Hose Games' first accelerator project

Kittymari Demolishy simulator Catlateral Damage is the first game announced as part of Fire Hose Games' accelerator/incubation program. Catlateral Damage sailed through the Steam Greenlight process and won the People's Choice and Indie Prototype awards at the 2014 MassDigi Game Challenge. T...

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Fire Hose offers free desk space to Boston devs looking to go indie

Fire Hose Games, the Slam Bolt Scrappers and Go Home Dinosaurs developer from Cambridge, MA, is offering free desk space to developers looking to make the indie transition. The hospitality was spurred by recent layoffs in the Boston area, most notably the Irrational Games shutdown yesterday. So ...

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Fire Hose Games' indie incubator: 'It's ridiculous this doesn't exist'

President of Boston's Fire Hose Games, Eitan Glinert, breaks down four types of indie developers he sees in the wild: The developer starving, eating ramen, with no support system because she's nobody The developer begging publishers to give him money, but it turns out the publishers drive him n...

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Slam Bolt Scrappers, Go Home Dinosaurs on Steam this March

Indie studio Fire Hose Games' BBQ defense simulator Go Home Dinosaurs and formerly PSN-exclusive puzzle-fighter Slam Bolt Scrappers are stomping to Steam on March 14. The games will be $9.99 apiece ($8.99 if pre-ordered) or available as part of a Fire Hose Games Bundle for $14.99. Go Home Dinosaurs...

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Boston Festival of Indie Games starts on Sept. 22

A new show centered around the indie scene is set to kick off in Boston on September 22. The Boston Festival of Indie Games is taking submissions right now, gathering aspiring developers looking to show off their wares on the MIT campus this fall. Organized by MIT Game Lab and Boston Indies at the M...

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Go Home Dinosaurs open beta live on Chrome Store

Go Home Dinosaurs entered open beta this week for Google Chrome users. The BBQ tower defense game has players fending off hungry dinos with their gopher troops, all within the comfort of their browser. Better yet, developer Fire Hose Games launched the beta for free. After all, free BBQ is the bes...

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Indie Megabooth devs let anyone ask them anything

At PAX East this weekend, 16 popular indie developers (plus one "bonus" developer) will congregate into a super-giant indie creature in the first-ever Indie Megabooth. Developers include Ska Studios, Strange Loop Games, Retro Affect, Dejobaan Games, Fire Hose Games, DrinkBox Studios, Pocketwatch...

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Go Home Dinosaurs preview: Steak 'n' Shake

I learn something new every day. While playing the Go Home Dinosaurs PAX demo, I learned that even the most herbivorous of dinosaurs can't resist a nice, juicy steak. Also, little prehistorical mole creatures are the controllers and distributors of said steak, and they don't take too kindly to di...

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'Go Home Dinosaurs!" is latest title from Slam Bolt Scrappers studio

Fire Hose Games, developers of PSN's Slam Bolt Scrappers, are back with Go Home Dinosaurs!, debuting at PAX this weekend. The studio describes the game as part of the tower defense genre, but players fit together puzzle piece-shaped weapons powered by adorable, fuzzy creatures who are defending a...

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Slam Bolt Scrappers review: Not enough order in the chaos

The Fire Hose Games-developed PSN title Slam Bolt Scrappers combines the tower defense of Rampart with the puzzle mechanics of Tetris and adds a fist-throwing, jetpack-wearing scrapper on top of it all for good measure. The scrapper's meant to not just pulverize the enemy scrapper, but also group...

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