Your Vote Can Bring HG Wells’ Time Machine to Life – in LEGO!

Well regarded as the father of science fiction, HG Wells is synonymous with Martian invasions, invisible men, time travel and… Lego? This fantastic recreation of The Time Machine (2002 movie of the same title), comes from Lego enthusiast Darren Jones. … Continue reading Your Vote Can Bring HG Wells’ Time Machine to Life – in LEGO!

Magic Leap unveils new Augment Reality software which features a steampunk shoot-’em-up

The intro page to Dr Grordbort's Victory game
The intro page to Dr Grordbort’s Victory game

You may have seen the trailer video for Magic Leap’s new system which incorporates Augmented Reality that places a virtual desktop over a real landscape. It allows you to access emails, documents and the general internet, but the biggest mark of interest has been stirred by the first person shooting game. Continue reading “Magic Leap unveils new Augment Reality software which features a steampunk shoot-’em-up”

Dan Marshall’s ‘The Swindle’ Stealing onto Consoles in 2015

theSwindle1London – 12.02.2014: Curve Digital are pleased to announced a partnership with Size Five Games to bring their Steampunk Cybercrime Caper, The Swindle, to all major consoles in 2015. The console version of The Swindle will be developed and published by Curve, and will launch alongside the PC version on the Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and Wii U later this year. Continue reading “Dan Marshall’s ‘The Swindle’ Stealing onto Consoles in 2015”

Steampunk Journal competition winner stories published

After the announcement of the Steampunk Style competition, the winning stories have been published on the Titan Publications website. You can read them by following the link here: Steampunk Style competition winner stories Related articles WIN! A copy of Steampunk Style Steampunk Style competition winner announced! Steampunk stories are old hat Continue reading Steampunk Journal competition winner stories published

Steampunk LEGO Batman

A title that has three of the most wonderful words in the English language. So imagine my delight when stumbling across the work of Jonas Legopard. He’s constructed a Batman and Batcave from LEGO in a steampunk theme. It looks very dapper and he’s even set up Batman with a top hat! Take a look at his work by following the link below: Jonas Legopard on Flickr Related articles This Walking Steampunk Lego Ship Is The Perfect Combination Of Creepy And Cool Continue reading Steampunk LEGO Batman