Indie news (April 19) – Hive Jump Kickstarter update / James Montagna AMA

Today’s Indie news:

  • Hive Jump Kickstarter update
  • James Montagna AMA
  • The Song of Seven
  • 80’s Overdrive [Update!]

Hive JumpHive Jump

Earlier today, Graphite Lab posted another Kickstarter update for Hive Jump, which is coming out “soon” on Wii U (via the Nintendo eShop). In this one, they show a new boss (The Harvester), concept-art of aliens to be added to the game, and give some details about relics. They also talk about them attending PAX East this week, but also the Wizard World Comic-Con in St Louis (earlier this month). Click here to check it out!

Here’s a time lapse video for some alien concept art:

James Montagna AMA

Yesterday evening, James Montagna (and Lindsay Collins) held an AMA Session in order to celebrate the release of Dodge Party on the Nintendo eShop of the Wii U (in North America). That being said, the AMA isn’t just about Dodge Party (or even Dot Arcade), but also a wide range of topics. Click here to check it out!

Head after the break for the rest of this post!

The Song of Seven

Here’s the launch trailer for the PC version of The Song of Seven:

Unfortunately, we don’t quite know when it will be released on Wii U, and it’s probably going to take a while before we get a concrete date…

80’s Overdrive

Today, the official website for 80’s Overdrive was updated. There, you will find some screenshots and details, but nothing really new. Still, if this is your first time hearing about the game, this is a great place to get up to speed about what it’s all about. It also reveals that the game will be published by Insane-Code.

Click here to check out the new website!

80’s Overdrive (3DS eShop) is coming out this Fall in Europe and North America.


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