TY and the Bush Rescue gang return in all new adventures on Xbox Games for Windows 8 PC or Tablet. Play through over 30 levels of glorious High Definition 2D platforming gameplay as you visit TY's world Down Under and help the colorful citizens out of their troubles.
TY, the world's greatest extinct Thylacine is back and he has brought along all his favorite 'rangs to fling around the Aussie outback. Blast targets and increase your skills in the most action-packed and greatest boomerang game around!
Games On Net have an article on the games that were developed by Krome Studios over the years that remained unpublished and unfinished. These games were were developed as proposals for the studio to show off to publishers. While some were eventually greenlighted (like Ty, the Tasmanian Tiger, for example), many were pushed aside or placed on the backburner when paid contract games work took preference.
The report of Krome Studiosclosure last month also came with the news that the deal announced two months ago with Gamebryo middleware developer, Emergent Game Technologies, to share engine technology and the efforts of engineering teams was hitting some trouble is now being confirmed by a report on Gamasutra.
IGN have a feature up covering the fall of Australia's largest game development studio, Krome Studios. With the contribution of several anonymous ex-Krome employees, the article paints a picture of a company that had so much talent and potential, but squandered its chances on tightly budgeted licensed titles hurried out to meet short development schedules.
One of the common questions raised after the news of Krome Studios' impending closure is what will become of the Game Room arcade. Krome took on the task for Microsoft of creating and updating Game Room, an online arcade space for Xbox 360 and PC with regular releases of downloadable retro games. It offered online multiplayer, cross platform leaderboards, voice chat, the ability to view other player replays, medals and achievements, and was launched on March 24, this year.
While attendees enjoy the second and final day of the Game Connect: Asia Pacific conference held on the Gold Coast which aims to inspire local developers in these tough times, news is flooding out that just nearby, a major Brisbane based studio is on the verge of collapse.