A new patch is coming to INVERSUS later this year, and it’s a big one! First and perhaps most importantly, INVERSUS is heading to XBox One with Update 1.5, meaning a whole new bunch of console jockeys can experience the (now) colorful mayhem of INVERSUS. There’s a whole lot more coming with this patch though:… Read more »
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Yesterday, Ryan Juckett released a new patch for INVERSUS which adds a number of new features. Notably, there are a number of new maps to experience (if you’re good enough to unlock them!), numerous new game option to be played with in local and private versus matches, and further improvements to the matchmaking lobby. Ryan also… Read more »
INVERSUS launches update 1.2 later today, and it’s a colorful one that brings with it tons of unlockables, a system of progression, leaderboards, and improved online support. While I do love the base black and white aesthetic of INVERSUS, the new vibrant color pallets are fantastic, and having them as a goal to unlock over time… Read more »
Before INVERSUS’ launch on August 16th, we talked with Ryan Juckett about how he worked with negative space, level design, and what brought him to independent game development.
Announced today, the black and white (okay, with a dash of red), minimalist puzzle shooter INVERSUS will be launching on Steam and the PS4 on August 16th. Two new gameplay trailers also released today showcase the multiplayer modes in INVERSUS; the competitive versus mode and the potentially cooperative arcade mode. For us, these modes are what made… Read more »
This week we tackle four of the best party games that PAX East 2016 had to offer, featuring Arena Gods, Shoot Shoot Mega Pack, Inversus and Blade Ballet
PAX East 2016 seemed particularly rich in good Indie Puzzle Games. Here are five of our favorites, featuring RYB, Unmatch, Open Bar, Desolus and Death Squared.