Posts with ‘TranshumanDesign’ Tag

Prototype: Butcher

By: Derek Yu

On: May 13th, 2015

Butcher, by Transhuman Design

Seems like Transhuman Design has been busy, with multiple games being developed by multiple teams in the group. Best known for their team-versus-team games like Soldat and King Arthur’s Gold, one of their upcoming projects that caught my eye is a gory 2d run n’ gun called Butcher that looks and feels like a gratuitous hybrid of Abuse (the old DOS game by Crack Dot Com), Doom, and Liero. The prototype – a short, three-level demonstration – is available to download for Windows and Linux and is also playable in your browser (Chrome recommended).

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Berserker: How to Paint a Wall Mural

By: Derek Yu

On: February 26th, 2008


After a handful of posts about his philosophies regarding manliness and the Universe, Michal Marcinkowski has finally put up some new info about Berserker, his hand-to-hand physics-based deathmatch game that takes place in an abandoned prison. This step-by-step guide will show you how to paint a cell block in a delightful crimson red… just in time for Spring! Martha Stewart approves.

In the comments, Michal reveals in the comments that:

The game is pretty much playable, although bots have no waypoints, no network code, and a lot of bugs. Really good ideas are always welcome but we’ve probably thought about them all already.

Let’s hope for a soon release!