Video game makers Inkle have released an Android version of 80 Days. They say it’s a steampunk game based on Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days. You get to travel your way around the globe as fast as you can in order to complete the challenge.
In the press release (below) the makers have specified that the graphics are Art Deco which – while being very nice – are around 40 years after steampunk generally has a setting. However, you get to interact with hundreds of people across 7 continents and 150 cities.
It’s devised as a choose your own adventure style game with over 10,000 choices that you can make and nearly an entire world to travel around. It certainly sounds like an interesting concept. It’s available from the Google Play store or Amazon for around £3. Continue reading “80 Days comes to Android”
The following press release is promoting a new kickstarter campaign for a steampunkvideo game that’s actually set 10,000 years in the future! There’s little about the actual plot in the release, but it focuses on how the 21st century is not only history, but has become myth. It certainly sounds like an interesting concept and I’ll be curious to see if anyone reading Steampunk Journal has any thoughts on the game if or when you try it. Continue reading “Avenging Angel futuristic steampunk game looks for funding”
Steampunk Tower is a free download game for Android and iOS, which is newly available on Google Play. Developed by Dreamgate, the game is published by Chillingo, the same stable as Catapult King, Dead Ahead and Tiny Troopers. Steampunk Tower is a free download game in most countries. Continue reading “Steampunk Tower review”