Production Line, the upcoming car-factory tycoon game from Positech Games is progressing nicely through development and will be appearing on Steam Early Access on the 18th May.
Cliff Harris of Positech Games (think Democracy and Gratuitous Space Battles) fame has been busy working on his new game for quite a while in the background while working on the publishing behind Political Animals and Big Pharma. The new game is Production Line, and Cliff has just confirmed that pre-orders are open with Alpha access the treat at the end of the tunnel.
In these times when every newspaper headline fills me with dread, I’m pleased to report that there is some good news out there. Political Animals is here to wash away your disappointment, anger and frustration by letting you take control of an election campaign…with animals!
I didn’t make it to Rezzed this year, there are only so many game shows any one man can make in the year, and only so many trips to London any one man can afford to make in a year. However, I was keeping a close eye on the event via Twitter, and these are some thoughts on three indie games that featured strongly…
A debut gameplay trailer has been released by Positech Games (aka Cliff Harris) for the upcoming space battle simulator known as Gratuitous Space Battles 2.
Everyone loves space battles right? They are the things dreams are made of, but unless you want to explore null-sec in Eve Online or pay £50 to access the Elite: Dangerous beta, there aren’t too many options open to you. One long-standing option is Gratuitous Space Battles from Positech Games which is pleasingly getting a sequel. Cliff Harris, the man behind Positech, announced the sequel earlier today.
Cliff Harris of Positch Games has today announced his next game, Democracy 3 which will be released sometime this year. Early rumblings are that several famous politicians will be eager to get their hands on the game so they can learn how to actually do their jobs. Bit more after the break, (but thankfully no more lame political jokes – joke Ed)
If the past 30 years of games have taught us anything it is that war is fun. Yet actual conflict teaches us that war is hell. How do we square these two opposing results? With Positech “Cliff “Cliffski” Harris” Games’ latest release, Gratuitous Tank Battles.
Earlier this week we previewed Gratuitous Tank Battles, the upcoming game from Positech Games. Today, you can read the full interview with Cliff covering the multiplayer component of the game, Cliff’s love of tanks and more. The Reticule – Why did you decide to carry on with the same game style as Gratuitous Space Battles? Cliff Harris – I always think my games are best when I make exactly the game I want to make. I really enjoyed making GSB,…
Yesterday saw the announcement of Gratuitous Tank Battles, the latest game from Cliff Harris, it is sounding mighty fine, read on for our preview.