Just as the prophecies foretold, Cave Story developer Studio Pixel's latest game is now available on PC. Kero Blaster brings more side-scrolling action to the platform, as its froggy hero attempts to subdue a legion of bizarre creatures attempting to disrupt his company's business. Hit the jump for more.
Developer Daisuke "Pixel" Amaya made a splash when he unleashed indie favorite Cave Story on PC in 2004. The latest game from Studio Pixel is Kero Blaster (Frog Blaster), and it's set for a May 11 release on PC and iOS. Hit the jump for the latest trailer.
Whether you're an established Cave Story fan or someone wholly new to Daisuke "Pixel" Amaya's amazing exploratory platformer, there are plenty of ways to play the game at this point. Another is on the way to the Nintendo 3DS eShop, and it's making its debut on October 4. Read on for more.
The one man operation Studio Pixel (aka Daisuke Amaya) released a port of Azarashi for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Bump the jump for screens and more!
Most of the Humble Indie Bundles—name-your-price bundles of games, with some of the money going toward charity—have at least one or two good titles, but the latest is somethin' else. Hit the jump for a video breakdown and more.
Nintendo's portable systems have historically been full of quirky, smaller titles that stray from the AAA fare Nintendo publishes themselves. That trend continues with NIS America's impending release of Cave Story 3D, but the publisher recognizes they have an uphill battle ahead. Full story after the jump.
The enhanced Nicalis port of Daisuke "Pixel" Amaya's 2D freeware PC adventure, Cave Story—which hit Nintendo's WiiWare service in 2009—is now available for purchase on the Mac App Store with bonus content. Hit the jump for more.
Normally a wave of joy washes over me whenever I receive press releases regarding Cave Story 3D. Not the case today, as NIS America has announced a new release date for the Nintendo 3DS title: November 8. More info and some fresh screens after the jump.
Cave Story has been on one wild ride since its 2004 release on PC. Created by one man, Daisuke "Pixel" Amaya, the exploration-platformer (think Metroid or Castlevania in map design) has since been dolled up for Nintendo's WiiWare service, with redone music and enhanced graphics. The next step: Going 3-D for its August 9, 2011 debut on Nintendo 3DS.