The sequel to Marble Madness successor / tower defense hybrid Rock of Ages is due 28th August on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Rock of Ages, ACE Team's devilishly delightful twist on tower defence, is getting a sequel this autumn on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Dubbed Rock of Ages 2: Bigger and Boulder, this sequel will continue the peculiar genre-merging mechanics of the first Rock of Ages wherein players deploy defences on a slope while their opponent does the same. Then, each player takes control of a sentient boulder barreling down their enemy's course in a race to smash through the other player's gate.
This time out things have changed in ways both big and small. Probably the biggest addition is that of four-player multiplayer where players engage in two-vs-two combat.
Touchy-feely physics puzzler Puddle arrives for download on the EU PlayStation Store today.
There's no such thing as a quiet week in the wild world of downloadable videogames, but this week's schedule may have been the most crowded yet.
Not only did Nintendo decide to drop 10 free Virtual Console titles on its 3DS 'ambassadors' (too late for this week's edition, sadly), the Indie Summer Uprising on Xbox Live Arcade ensured a handful of interesting titles rubbed shoulders with the usual plethora of games issued elsewhere (look out next week for a full roundup of these).
And just to keep us on our toes, no fewer than four titles hit Xbox Live Arcade, on top of another five on PSN, and loads more via Steam and the rest. How do I keep up? Coffee. Lots of coffee.
Zeno Clash developer ACE Team believes PC owners are "more open" to weird game concepts.
Batty action title from Zeno Clash devs.