Steampunk News round up 13/03/2015

TCG Exhibit “Fire and Water,” March 25-April 19 Topanga Messenger For those not familiar with the term, “steampunk,” it began as a sub-genre of science fiction and fantasy literature, but has developed in recent years to… Geek of the Week: Microsoft’s Erez Benari moonlights as a steampunk and Star Wars sculptor GeekWire Erez Benari is a geek through and through. He spends his days working on the… Bentley’s Mulsanne Speed isn’t just a luxury sedan; it’s a steampunk supercar Digital Trends First drive: 2015 Bentley Mulsanne Speed. Bentley’s Mulsanne Speed isn’t just a luxury sedan; it’s a steampunk supercar. By … Continue reading Steampunk News round up 13/03/2015

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”

Avenging Angel futuristic steampunk game looks for funding

Avenging Angel hopes to achieve funding for releaseThe following press release is promoting a new kickstarter campaign for a steampunk video 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”