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Posted 14 days ago by Rich Stone, 174 comments
After we tallied up all of your comments and opinions, we realised that the majority of people would prefer a layout identical to that used last week, so it stays.
Posted 10 months ago by Rebecca Smith, 23 comments
A fortnight ago, we trialled a new layout for the Content Roundup. After some consideration and your thoughts, we've decided to tweak the layout a bit more.
Posted 10 months ago by Rebecca Smith, 40 comments
Ever wondered what a classic isometric puzzle game developed for contemporary systems would be like? Gareth Noyce of Triple Eh? did and his answer is Lumo. Noyce has a background in AAA development, including working on Crackdown
Posted 10 months ago by Luc1d, 0 comments
Gareth Noyce, founder of Triple Eh? and developer of Lumo, walks us through the Ice Zone, a daunting area with plenty of traps, challenges, and secrets that can be found within.
Posted 10 months ago by Ben Terrett, 2 comments
Developer Triple Eh? has published the third video in their series of director commentaries for isometric platformer Lumo. The video features director Gareth Noyce playing and chatting about incorporating his memories into Lumo.
Posted 10 months ago by Luc1d, 2 comments
Lumo developer Triple Eh? has released another video walking through the game. It's commentated by Gareth Noyce. Who better to show players around than the creator himself?
Posted 11 months ago by Kelly Packard, 1 comment
Lumo has launched on PS4 and PC, and while we might have to wait a little longer for the game itself, it doesn't mean we can't take a look at the game's launch trailer. If an isometric adventure game that harkens back to the eighties and early nineties sounds like something that might interest you,
Posted 11 months ago by Andy Mills, 2 comments
Developer Triple Eh? published a twenty minute director's commentary for their isometric arcade adventure game Lumo. The commentary video goes through the first zone with discussion around the inspiration and history behind the game and many of the retro gaming references scattered throughout.
Posted 11 months ago by Damien Knox, 1 comment
Rising Star Games has announced a new release schedule for isometric puzzle platformer Lumo, after missing the original launch date of April 22nd, 2016. Lumo promises to bring a contemporary spin to the the classic isometric platform adventures of the '80s and '90s, with many references to
Posted 11 months ago by Luc1d, 5 comments
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