Matthew Langille and Stephen Tucker have been playing games since they developed the powers of long-term memory. Now that they're "adults" they're currently working together to make a foray into the world of indie development. Steve is the art side of things, and Matt is the programming side, and together they are SPRIXELSOFT! Their first "serious" game will be called Super Hematoma and will be a retro beat-em-up inspired, multiplayer fighting game.
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There hasn’t been much to report on the business end of things here at Sprixelsoft in a while. Since incorporating in May, Matt and Steve have both been working diligently in trying to get progress made on their upcoming retro beat-em-up inspired multiplayer fighting game, Super Hematoma. To say the least, this means that they’ve just been flat out like a lizard drinking.
We’re still a ways off over here from having a playable demo ready, but we do hope to have something (more along the lines of play testing) later this year.
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@AllegroDigital I realize, if Steam was willing to approve this horror, then we should be able to get anything up there
Dec 5 2013, 3:20pm by 8bitcartridge
@AllegroDigital Gross. If this putrid mess wasn't part of a well known series, I'm sure it would have faded into obscurity by now.
Dec 5 2013, 3:18pm by 8bitcartridge
New Blog Post: Mohrbacher: The Gathering - T.co
Dec 3 2013, 1:29am by sprixelsoft
T.co Banished by Shining Rock Software looks wickedmania!
Dec 2 2013, 9:51pm by 8bitcartridge
New Blog Post: Nice Home Gaming Set-Up - T.co
Nov 28 2013, 2:03am by sprixelsoft
T.co *high five* for Ootomo Katsuhiro
Nov 16 2013, 2:08am by 8bitcartridge