GR++ PC up for grabs
|Some people asked about the PC version of GR++ so I have uploaded it for free. Take it, enjoy it, and if you feel like it support us either with a donation or by spreading the word and/or buying our upcoming Vita game TxK|
TxK on Indie Week
|Watch the new Llamasoft video, Jeff talks about TxK interviewed by Hollie|
|TxK is now content and feature complete and we are on course to submit it to QA very soon. Expect more videos and details of the final game in the coming weeks as we move towards release.|
First Playable at Sony
|Friday 28th we have been at Sony headquarters in London where we presented the "First Playable" and we received very positive feedback and appreciation. According to Spencer Low "One of the best First Playable I have seen in the last 10 years."|
|So the second project milestone been passed with flying colours and everything is full steam ahead now looking forward to Alpha submission. We spent a really lovely afternoon at Sony and a wonderful evening with some of the guys at the best hamburger place in London.|
Giles, Shahid and Yak with the First Playable (photo taken by Spencer Low)
See more details at the developer's blog entry.
The Road Ahead
"19 years ago saw the release of one of the best games Llamasoft ever made, a game which came to be recognised as one of the best games on an entire system - Tempest 2000 on the Atari Jaguar. I've often thought that one day I would like to revisit that game and do some kind of an updated version on modern hardware"
|See the blog for more information|
|Image created by Rod Steele|
|Our Latest game GOAT UP 2 *****|
|"GoatUp 2. For the caprine game designer within you. The one who likes eating flowers and farting on Manic Miner enemies. You know it makes sense." - Indie Statik|
|"This is a great evolution of the original Goatup jumper into a platformer game. As usual for Llamasoft, everything is amazing, from the retro sounds and visuals to the tight controls and gameplay."|
|See more about it ...|
|Also have a look at ...|
|Gridrunner for Android as DONATIONWARE|
|And all the other games too !|
|Goat Up 2||Super Ox Wars||Gridrunner||Five a day|
|Caves Of Minos||Goat Up||Deflex||Minotron 2112|
|Keep me posted about new games !|
Welcome to Llamasoft
|30 years of making games we love to play and people like to play. Join us now and share the experience of what makes Llamasoft games a kind of its own and what we are.|
|" The first step is making a nice game is make a game you love to play ... "|
|Llamasoft games been around since 1984, they evolved and are always evolving around the new technologies and medias available always retaining the original vision of games that are fun to play.|
|Gameplay mechanics, humour, rewarding game experience, right feeling of the controls and a bit of a twisted vision is what you'll find into our games.|
During all this years a lot of people have played Llamasoft games some of which been considered to be some classics, like Tempest 2000 or Attack of the Mutant Camels to quote some of the most well known. All those people that liked our work are still following us today.
These people are not just players, they are the people that followed Llamasoft during the development of the games, that seen the life of the games, that voiced their ideas and opinions on what we were doing, that lived together with us what been going on in all those years.
Some people say our games are not "mainstream" because they are different. Yes, they are different but not everyone is the same in this world, we are what we are.
So why don't you take a closer look at what this "different" is and make your own mind ? It won't hurt you ;) You may find out why some people are still with us since 30 years.
Thanks from Yak and Giles
We thank you again for looking around and supporting us.
|Thank you from Yak|
|and Giles too|
NEW RELEASES AND INFO
|KEEP ME POSTED!|
In the circle
- Gridrunner Android
- Goat Up 2
( NEW )
- Super Ox Wars
- Five a day
- Gridrunner IOS
- Caverns of Minos
- Goat Up
- Minotron 2112
- Minotaur Rescue
- Gridrunner Revolution
History of Lightsynths:Llamasoft history: