A lot of players of Revenge of the Titans might never have found out that we kept on updating it for years after it was first released. One fine winter's day we added a special secret Yeti Attack mode, that appears around Christmas time, and disappears in the new year. Now's your chance to play it! It's active right now.
A surprisingly large number of players have asked us about a multiplayer version of Revenge of the Titans. The problem is that when you start solving the individual problems in multiplayer with the game design, you gradually end up, bit by bit, inventing a completely different game.
Battledroid is that game.
We've already spent over a year on Battledroid but we don't have the funds to finish it - it's going to take us another year. If you'd like to help us out making Battledroid, please spare a buck or two for us every month.
Battledroid is a free game and will always be totally free.
The prolific PlayStation porting team at Curve has announced it's bringing yet more PC games over to Sony's systems, in the form of Titan Invasion for PlayStation 4, PS3, and Vita. It's actually a double-pack, containing Puppy Games' arcade shooter Titan Attacks! and its tower defense/RTS sequel Revenge of the Titans.
Firstly and most obviously, it's now got fancypants shader effects in it, which I'll be expanding on a little in another patch. You can turn these off in the Options menu.
Secondly, we've added Easy Mode. This is a campaign mode like normal campaign mode but the difficulty is capped at a much lower level for more casual play.
Thirdly, we've enhanced Sandbox Mode for those of you that have it. The editor now allows you to specify a lot more detail about spawn points, and also specify exact amounts of each resource available. Check out the new editor options at http://www.revengeofthetitans.com
Fourthly, we've added Research Respec - you can now completely redo your entire research tree, at any time, without penalty.
You will notice a little screen flickering going on at the start, which we will soon remove. It's gathering some logging information for us so we can get to the bottom of a driver crash. Sorry for the annoyance.
Discover a unique tactical arcade shooter, with the fun addictive gameplay of 8-bit classics. You'll need your wits and the help of your acquired droid squad to stay alive in this fast-paced retro actionfest. Wreak havok through 50 atmospheric levels of destructible scenery, avoid mines and turrets, and battle 48 different robot types from lowly Guardbots to the latest in Assassins, Special Ops and Battledroids.
Create your battlefield, choose your Titan adversaries and select your weapons and tech with the online editor. Add mission briefings to your levels to create custom campaigns. Then publish your levels and campaigns to share them online! Play community built levels & campaigns and compete for hiscores with the Revenge of the Titans Sandbox DLC!
The awesome studio-recorded Soundtrack EP composed and produced by Dave Sunerton-Burl for Revenge of the Titans! Contains full-length studio recordings of six tracks featured in Revenge of the Titans, including the awesome fret-noodling guitar solo in Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor.
As part of Steam's regularly awesome Midweek Madness sales, the Best of British Indie Bundle packages seven indie games crafted by the skilled folks across the pond. Lasting until 4pm PDT Thursday, the $10 deal provides a sampler of excellent strategy and action timesinks, including Introversion Software's DEFCON, Alex May and Rudolf Kremers' Eufloria, Mode 7's Frozen Synapse, Positech Games' Gratuitous Space Battles, Puppy Games' Revenge of the Titans, and a double-whammy finisher of Size Five Games' Time Gentlemen, Please! and Ben There, Dan That! The value-candy gets even sweeter as most of the included games (with the exception of Gratuitous Space Battles and Size Five's goods) carry Steam Achievements for your hunting pleasure in addition to saving nearly $70 in your still-recovering-from-Summer-Sale wallet.
Battle swarms of alien fighters, bombers and giant boss motherships, over 5 unique worlds and 100 levels of frantic action. Earn bounty money and upgrade your ship with extra cannon, rockets and lasers. Destroy falling wrecks, dodge hurtling asteroids and capture escaping aliens - or blast them from the skies!
The PC's indie gaming scene is a wonderful thing, but there are so many bite-sized pieces of pure brilliance skittering about that it's near-impossible to keep track. Enter Steam. In its never-ending quest to win our hearts and devour our wallets (not the other way around, happily), Valve's storefront has bundled together a bunch of the best indie games on the block. Not only that, it's given them a whopping 80 percent discount.
Both bundles clock in at $9.99 a piece - one focusing on strategy games and the other on 2D, well, anything. This isn't just some bottom-of-the-barrel bargain bin deal, either. Among many others, the bundles include the likes of Bit.Trip Runner, World of Goo, Revenge of the Titans, and Sanctum. Basically, if you're looking to dive into indie gaming's deep waters but don't know where to start, look no further. Now then, go! The deal only lasts until September 22, at which point the games will turn back into pumpkins. Or, you know, get their normal price tags back. One of those.