No big announcement this week like the past two weeks, so instead I will be giving you a status update. This past week I worked on more improvements for the non windows versions of the game and did some work on improving the look of the mechs. Once we get some new texture art, we should be posting some screens of the mech visual updates.
Last week we gave you a sneak peak of the Linux client for Dark Horizons: Mechanized Corps. This week I am excited to show you an early screenshot of the game running in Mac OS X. This is still an early build of the OS X client but so far it is working well with minor issues.
As promised in our greenlight campaign, we would be bringing you Dark Horizons: Mechanized Corps on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. So far the game was Windows only but I am excited today to show you what I have been working hard on lately. Here is a screenshot of the game running in Ubuntu Linux. This is still an early build of the Linux client but so far it is working very well. Next week I plan to have more exciting news for you on this front.
The next installment of the Dark Horizons universe has been Greenlit by the Steam community. Max Gaming is extremely happy about the support and is currently working on an early access version for Steam. Stay tuned for more information on getting into the game!
Check us out on Steam on the community page.
Coming this April, 2014 the Dark Horizons universe will be celebrating its 10 year anniversary of the release of Dark Horizons Lore. To celebrate we and the community are working hard to bring you a release of Dark Horizons Mechanized Corps, to join the Alpha now visit http://www.playmech.com.
There is also in the plans a online LoreCon to add to the celebrations, please stay tuned!
As part of our on going support of the Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator by Thom Robertson, we are proud to announce that the iOS port is now available. Please visit www.artemis.eochu.com for more information and to purchase this great game.
Artemis is a software game for Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. It’s also an app for iPhones, iPads, iPods, Android and is cross-compatible with the PC version.