Indie news (July 11): Hive Jump / Kerbal Space Program / Twisted Fusion / BitSummit 4th

Today’s Indie news:

  • Hive Jump
  • Kerbal Space Program
  • Twisted Fusion
  • BitSummit 4th
  • Adventure Labyrinth Story
  • Witch & Hero II

Hive Jump

On Saturday, the developers of Hive Jump posted the latest Kickstarter update for the game. This one covers the following topics:

  • New Weapon: Gamma Ray!
  • New Utility: Quantum Blink!
  • More Rescues Located in the Hive!
  • New Relics located within the Hive…
  • and more…

Click here to check out this Kickstarter update!

Kerbal Space Program

Today, Squad announced that Kerbal Space Program would launch this Winter on Wii U. Our Upcoming Releases page has been updated as a result!

Twisted Fusion

Yesterday, the developer of Twisted Fusion posted the latest Kickstarter update for the game. In this one, backers are asked to fill the usual backer survey, in order to chose which platform they want the game for:

  • Wii U (Europe)
  • Wii U (North America)
  • PC (only available via Kickstarter)

If you don’t answer the survey before July 24th, you will get a download code for the PC version. Click here to check out this Kickstarter update!

BitSummit 4th

Here’s some pictures of the Nintendo booth at BitSummit 4th (which took place last week-end in Japan):

Source: Inside-Games

Adventure Labyrinth Story

Today, Circle Ent. gave some details about Adventure Labyrinth on Nintendo 3DS, and explained that the Nintendo 3DS version was an upgraded from the PlayStation Mini version. It features new weapons, new items, new monsters, and new characters, but also some other adjustments.

Here’s a trailer for the game, releasing on July 21st in Europe (and later in North America):

Witch & Hero II

Did you like the soundtrack of Witch & Hero II? If yes, you can order the soundtrack (physical copy) on the 2083 online shop!


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