Lifeless Planet has become one of the most talked about indie games of the first half of 2014, and now we're excited to announce that we've partnered with the game's developers, Stage 2 Studios, to launch the Official Lifeless Planet Wiki! Now available on both PC and Xbox One, Lifeless Planet combines platforming with mind-bending puzzles while also leading you across a world that was supposed to be devoid of life.
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We at Curse are extremely excited to announce a partnership with Hi-Rez Studios which is sure to take your SMITE experience to the next level. You can now step up your games by using Curse Voice to organize and destroy the opposition!
Chatting with teammates has never been easier. Simply create sessions with the click of a button -- you can launch right from in-game and start coordinating over our low-latency servers all for FREE. Curse Voice integrates fully into the SMITE client, providing you with an unmatched overlay experience.
This means you can easily create and share voice sessions while in queue or during god select, and you'll even see voice notifications next to god portraits while you play! Never worry about manually creating and sharing sessions, either, because Curse Voice automatically detects and matches you with teammates running the software.
Best of all? All players that play a game of Smite while using Curse Voice before August 31 will receive a code to claim a free 200 gems, and one lucky player between now and July 18th will also win an additional 8000 gems!
Haven't played the game before? SMITE is a free-to-play online battleground between gods. Choose your deity and jump into the fray, using the powers you've been granted to triumph over your opponents in 5v5 team matches from a 3rd person perspective. It's a tactical, mythical game which puts you into the thick of the action to move and fight your way through dynamic battlegrounds.
Lastly, to celebrate SMITE and Curse Voice combining forces, we're proud to bring you an amazing giveaway! One Grand Prize winner will reign supreme with a new Alienware X51 and 8,000 SMITE gems! Five first prize winners will get 3,500 gems to start off their quest in the hottest new MOBA on the market. We'll see you on the battlefield!
Life would be much easier if you could run ahead and check things out in advance. If you could scale that hill and see what’s on the other side before deciding it’s worth the climb. Some people are gifted with relative foresight, but expecting unadulterated clarity is unrealistic. Ultimately, future-sight would hardly matter because among the very few true absolutes in life, the march of time stops for nothing and what will be, will be. Whoa, that was a bit cryptic, but let’s try to relate it to today’s topic. It’s been a couple months since my last Danger Blog, but it’s time to get back after such an exciting period of downtime. Between events like E3, and the daily duties of someone in my position at Gamepedia, I am exposed to new games every single day, almost none of them being big-name AAA titles. I am, of course, talking about the Indie crowd; independent developers and studios who are constantly innovating for our pleasure on boring Sunday afternoons.
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One of the things we love here at Gamepedia is being able to showcase some of the amazing indie games that are out there, and now we're giving you the chance to take home up to nine top-tier indie games for as little as $1. We've partnered with the amazing Humble Bundle to sponsor their latest weekly bundle, which offers up to nine games and a multitude of other benefits, while also contributing to the First Book and IndieCade Foundation charities!
We're excited to partner with Flat Earth Games for the Official TownCraft Wiki, where you will be able to learn all about the ins and outs of building your town in this surreal city-builder. TownCraft quite literally puts you in the middle of two warring kingdoms, and you will have to collect resources, build shops, and grow your burgeoning city to keep both sides at bay. TownCraft is currently available on iOS devices, as well as on the Apple Mac App Store.
Geared by Mingan Beyleveld is a 2D side-scrolling role-playing game that sprinkles in some RTS elements as you explore a strange world and build a new life for yourself. We're excited to be partnering with Beyleveld to bring you the Official Geared Wiki, where you can learn about every facet of this unique little game coming soon to both Android and iOS.
Indie publisher Versus Evil has announced that Habitat, the space-themed strategy game from 4gency that lets you build the ultimate orbital junkyard fort, is now available for purchase through Steam's Early Access program. Through Early Access, players will have the chance to experience the game as it evolves, and potentially shape how this space survival experience will evolve as it pushes towards its final release. For more detailed information on Habitat, check out the Official Habitat Wiki here on Gamepedia.
In the far-distant future of Habitat, humanity is forced to abandon Earth and look towards the stars to find its future. You take on the role of 'Commander,' who is thrust into the unfortuitous position of securing the survival of the entire human race by utilizing the very limited resources around you to build orbital bases. Sifting through centuries of space debris, outdated technology, and other debris that's now trapped in Earth's orbit, you will build a new space-faring utopia that will grow and evolve over time. Your resources are limited, and every choice you make can mean the difference between continued survival or certain death.
Habitat offers two modes of play: Sandbox and Campaign. In Sandbox mode, you slap together your utopian outpost from the procedurally-generated debris field that surrounds you. You'll dispatch engineer teams to raid other space junkyards to find even more debris to grow and upgrade your Habitat, ranging from satellites and relics of the Apollo program, to school buses, cruise ships, and the Empire State Building!
In the game's narrative-driven campaign, you'll find yourself in the crosshairs of an ancient and mysterious enemy. You will use the debris floating around you to construct rocket launchers, lasers, and other powerful (and occasionally impractical) weapons to fight them off. As you progress, you'll learn more about this foe, and perhaps even discover the truth behind Earth's demise.
Habitat is available for Early Access purchase on PC, Mac, and Linux, but that's not the only way you can become involved with the game. You can always contribute to the Habitat Wiki to provide more information on all the types of debris, weapons, missions, and enemies in the game. Not sure how to get started? No worries - give our Help Wiki a look to answer any questions you may have.
Gearbox, the makers of Borderlands, have announced their next big title will be a brave new entry to the MOBA genre. As the wiki starts to grow, we want to give you some additional information about the game itself. With Battleborn, the innovative minds at Gearbox hope to make a splash in the so far exclusive MOBA genre, with a compelling story that revolves around a universal struggle between heroes to control the last remaining star in the cosmos.
One of the most interesting things about Battleborn's announcement is the fact that it will be from a first-person perspective. Up until now the classic MOBA style has a top-down view, with Smite being the only notable title playing from a third-person view. In addition to this, with such a grand and romantic setting, the imagination can't help but run wild in anticipation for all of the unique gameplay in store for fans of the Battle Arena genre!
The Battleborn Wiki is still in its earliest stages, and we would like to encourage anyone and everyone to become a contributor to help it grow! If you'd like to become an editor for any wiki, but aren't quite sure how to start, visit the Help Wiki, your resource for all things wiki! We hope to bring further coverage on this exciting new title, so stay tuned to Gamepedia by following us on Twitter @CurseGamepedia, and "liking" us on Facebook!
Sunrider, from creator Love in Space, is a Tactical RPG which throws you into the harrowing galactic conflict between a crippled government and a revolutionary out to enslave every human in the known universe. Gamepedia is proud to announce that we've partnered with Love in Space to bring you the Official Sunrider Wiki!
You play as Kayto Shields, captain of the Sunrider - a powerful cruiser that also houses a compliment of mechs. Throughout your journey you will assemble a ragtag group of pilots, learning each of their stories as you engage in turn-based space combat while also making decisions that can impact your relationships with your crew, but can also shape the future of the galaxy.
You can download Sunrider: First Arrival, the first episode of the Sunrider Trilogy, from the game's official website.
As you delve into the Sunrider universe and learn all the ins-and-outs of the game's turn-based combat and morality system, you can ensure that the Sunrider Wiki is up to date with the latest information! If you want to contribute to building a fantastic repository of knowledge about the game, check out our Help Wiki to assist you on your way.
In addition to the exciting announcements below, Eric DeMilt, Development Director of Culturalization for Skyforge, will be doing a LIVE Q&A session in the comments from 12-2pm CDT 7/2/2014
It's time to continue the journey through the world of Skyforge! Today we are revealing one of the most significant features of this game, the Divine Observatory. For the residents of Aelion, the Divine Observatory is a global surveillance and warning system. Its task is to monitor and display the pleas for help of Aelion's mortals and send immortals to their aid. For players, it is a single point of entry into all sorts of adventures!
The Divine Observatory, as well as special Access points located throughout the whole planet, will quickly take you to where your help is needed most.
When you first begin your journey from immortal to godhood only a few adventures will be open but more and more will become available to you as you progress. During the first hundred hours of play time, the immortal heroes of Aelion will participate in more than 40 exciting solo and group PvE adventures. There are also five different types of PvP competitions for PvP fans and ten vast open world locations that can be explored for hours and hours.
There are a multitude of activities open to players in the Divine Observatory, and your choice is not limited in any way. It’s up to you to decide whether you would like to develop your character for PvP or PvE and then quickly jump into the content you prefer.
A normal adventure can be completed in an average of 15-25 minutes, while open world locations can take hours and hours to explore.
The Divine Observatory is updated every 40 minutes. Any changes in the adventures open to you or their rewards will be immediately displayed on the globe, a miniature projection of the planet. The system updates the list of “hot spots”, allowing players to easily see and participate in all currently active events.
You are free to replay specific individual and group PvE-missions you enjoy again and again, and their rewards grow as your prestige grows, so they remain useful to your development and progression. After repeating an adventure several times, the difficulty will increase, and so will the amount and value of the rewards. Of course, other types of content also remain relevant to you as you grow as well. For example, the matchmaking system always tries to find the most suitable opponents when it picks players for PvP battles.
Open adventures and their rewards are updated every 40 minutes.
There are also additional recommended events which will appear in the Divine Observatory from time-to-time (adventure of the day, week and month). These recommended events are a great way to test your characters progression or try a different class. Sometimes the reward for the recommended event is so high that even an avid PvP player may decide to participate in a PvE adventure, or a confirmed Paladin will set off for Factory 501 as a Cryomancer.
The number you see in this picture above is Prestige - the main indicator of character development. It is affected by new unlocked classes, abilities, talents, equipment upgrades and many other things. When you reach a certain amount, new adventure and content are automatically unlocked.
Over time, there will be an abundance of adventures and content available to you.
As heroes complete PvE-and PvP-adventures, they receive rewards including; Credits, the most common money on Aelion. Gems of Insight, which are used to develop your characters skills and talents, unlocking new classes and characteristics, and Exotic Currencies, which can be used to buy new outfits, customizing the look of your character.
As your prestige grows, the list of rewards expands. While at first characters receive only Gems of Insight, later their adventures will yield other, more valuable resources. Over time, more and more difficult tasks will become available to you, including massive guild activities with their own rules and prizes, but that’s a topic for another day.
Let us know what you think of the Divine Observatory and remember to leave any questions in the comments below! If you want the chance to see if it for yourself make sure you sign up for the Skyforge Beta now! Our Skyforge Wiki is still in the process of growing and we're always looking for more contributors. If you’re looking for a place to start getting into editing, you can check out our Help Page or the more general Gamepedia Help Wiki. If you want some personal help with something, you can always visit us in the #Gamepedia channel on IRC.
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