The Realm is an upcoming point-and-click adventure game currently making the rounds on Kickstarter. The game takes place on an Earth in the far future, presumably after an apocolyptic event, in which remnants of cities and civilisations we recognise today have grown in harmony with nature - trees, plantlife, and the like. The game follows the journey of a young girl, Serena, and her giant golem friend, Toru throughout the land, all rendered lovingly in a hand-drawn artwork style, layered to create 3D environments.
So "May the Fourth" is around the corner, and a huge celebration of all things Star Wars is imminent. However, in a recently launched attack ad, the Galactic Empire gives the world a friendly reminder that any celebration in support of the Rebellion, Jedi, or any traitors to the Dark Side is a crime.
IBM have made a short movie out of single carbon monoxide molecules, titled 'A Boy And His Atom.' It has been verified by Guinness World Records™ as The World’s Smallest Stop-Motion Film.
Does Iron Man 3 make up for the disappointment of the second movie? We take a look at the latest exploits of the “Genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist.”
A team of researchers have designed a program that allows robots to actually evolve, building themselves out of cubes of virtual muscles and bones. This simulated chain of evolution makes for a remarkable discovery in robotics that, much like Skynet, has very well doomed us all.
Game Dev Tycoon, a game about developing games, saw a cracked version released to several torrent sites, and pirates everywhere dipped in for a slice of fun pie. However, the "cracked" version was actually released by the Game Dev Game Devs themselves, and features a nasty surprise - anyone playing the pirated version will quickly find the game unplayable as every game they release is pirated into oblivion.