If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register or login before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.
Topic: Press Release: Snowed In Studios Announces Windforge for the PC
OTTAWA, CANADA – May 31, 2012 – Snowed In Studios, an Ottawa-based video game and interactive media developer, has officially announced the development of Windforge; their first original PC-based title.
Windforge is expected to capture audiences as a 2D building-block Role-Playing Game (RPG) with high-quality graphics located in a beautiful and exotic sky world named Cordeus. The game will empower players with the freedom to create elaborate structures and airships used for exploration and combat in the skies. Windforge will be easy to play, but difficult to master, as players unravel the many mysteries of the game’s world.
“Building block games have enormous potential, but many of them are lacking clear direction and story,” said Evan Hahn, Co-Founder of Snowed In Studios and Creative Director of the project. “While embracing the players’ freedom of expression makes these games special, I believe also adding structure and narrative will help harness the game’s potential, and push the genre beyond what we’ve ever seen before.”
Supported by the OMDC Interactive Digital Media Fund, Windforge is currently in development and is expected to be released later this year.
About Snowed In Studios
Snowed In Studios is a video game and interactive media development studio producing original video game titles and custom software solutions for the video, museum, advertising and mobile industries. Founded by industry veterans, the studio builds original games and offers development support to clients around the world. To learn more, visit www.snowedin.ca.
-Well, listen to my story, a story I will tell, of an airborne sapper, who would go through hell, His home was FT. Leonard Wood, the land that God forgot, the mud was 18inches deep, and the sun was blazing hot.