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Roundabout goes cross-buy on PS4 and Vita

Roundabout, the spinning-limo game from former Harmonix designer Dan Teasdale's studio, No Goblin, is heading to Vita on top of its planned launch on PS4 and Xbox One. Teasdale announced the new platform on the PlayStation Blog, noting that it's a Cross-Buy and Cross-Play game between PS4 and Vita....

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Roundabout spins onto Steam Sept. 18, consoles in early 2015

Finally on September 18 we can live our dream of becoming the world's most famous revolving limo driver, all thanks to Dan Teasdale's Roundabout. In addition to September's Steam release, the former Harmonix and Twisted Pixel designer is also bringing the dream to Xbox One and PS4 in early 2015. ...

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Limo-spinner Roundabout coming to Xbox One, playable at PAX East

Remember that game about the spinning limo? It's called Roundabout and it's been confirmed for Xbox One today. Roundabout will be self-published by developer No Goblin through the ID@Xbox program. Roundabout, also coming to PC, Mac and Linux, is a game in which players attempt to guide a spinnin...

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Roundabout, the spinning 70s limo game from ex-Harmonix designer

No Goblin, the indie studio founded by former Harmonix and Twisted Pixel designer Dan Teasdale, is developing Roundabout, a game where players must maneuver a chauffeur's limo across busy city streets to deliver precious cargo to its intended destination. Thankfully, there's a catch: The limo is ...

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Harmonix vet founds trope-busting indie studio

Game designer Dan Teasdale, formerly of Rock Band series developer Harmonix and The Gunstringer creator Twisted Pixel, has founded No Goblin, an indie studio that aims to become "the leading developer of original mechanic-driven video games." No Goblin will focus its development efforts on origi...

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