Rhythm-based games tend to be very simple in their design and very intricate in their execution. The beauty of a game like Thumper lies in the satisfaction of making a perfect sequence sound exactly that; perfect. Thumper strips almost all of the fluff that modern games tend to have in favor of a far more… Continue reading Thumper Review: Rhythm-Violence
2015 is well and truly over and the titles for 2016 are already starting to be released! So I figured that it's time to take a moment to reflect on the games of yester-year and pick out some of the Darkworld Gaming highlights. HERE WE GO! Dying Light - Lefranzine Dying Light was thoroughly enjoyable and one that… Continue reading 2015 Round Up!
On the 13th of October myself and Kuniku were invited down to the Essex University to cover an interesting new event called IDM Colchester that was put together by Daniel Colaianni of DoubleUpGaming. The event itself was a way for game developers across Essex to meet up and network and also learn some great information… Continue reading IDM Colchester: First Event
On the 13th of October 2015 Double Up Gaming are bringing the first ever game development event to Essex. The event named IDM Colchester will be held at Essex Business School, University of Essex Campus between 18:30 - 21:00. The aim of this event will be to bring the wide community of hobbyists, professionals and local… Continue reading IDM Colchester: DoubleUpGaming