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An influx of Xbox One indies: Superhot, Goat Simulator [UPDATE: Many trailers added!]

Microsoft's indie development initiative, ID@Xbox, is bringing in a bunch of games to launch first on console on Xbox One, including Superhot, Goat Simulator, Dungeon of the Endless, No Time to Explain and Smite. Peek the full list of games ID@Xbox head Chris Charla announced during the Xbox Gam...

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No Time To Explain dev's new game riffs on 1080p, 60 fps

Lovely Planet, the new game published by No Time To Explain creators tinyBuild Games, is now available on Steam. Unlike the 2D platformer the studio is known for, Lovely Planet is a 3D first-person shooter focused on classic run-jump-shoot gameplay a la Unreal Tournament. Only, instead of meat...

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Piracy inspires No Time To Explain developer to publish next game free

"I am pirating Battlefield 4 right now," an email from Tiny Build Games' Alex Nichiporchik began. That may seem a strange way to introduce a discussion about piracy - and it is - but Nichiporchik wanted to make a point: piracy, he argues, is not a black-and-white issue. In fact, it's because of pir...

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Steam weekly deals have No Time to Explain these Space Empires

This week's Steam deals feature a few indie games, some available for up to 75% off until August 5 at 10am PT. TinyBuild's No Time to Explain, a ridiculous indie platformer with a comedic slant that made its way through the Steam Greenlight gauntlet, is half-off this week and down to $5. Malfado...

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PSA: No Time to Explain begins 25% off in Steam debut

No Time to Explain recently landed on Steam after its successful Kickstarter campaign and collective nod from the community in Steam's Greenlight program. What's more, developer tinyBuild Games knocked the price of the game down by 25 percent to $7.49 in a special promotion that ends February 1. C...

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The Joystiq Indie Pitch: No Time To Explain

Indie developers are the starving artists of the video-game world, often brilliant and innovative, but also misunderstood, underfunded and more prone to writing free-form poetry on their LiveJournals. We believe they deserve a wider audience with the Joystiq Indie Pitch: This week, the team at tiny...

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