Tagged: Atari

Minimum Enters Early Access

Minimum is a multiplayer online combat and crafting game from Human Head Studios which, thanks to publisher Atari is now available on Steam’s Early Access. No fancy textures, just simple graphics and great gameplay.

RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Loops on to Mobile

Atari has announced the release of RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 for iOS devices. A multiplayer PC version is in development which will also feature social elements, but won’t arrive until Holiday 2014. That’s Christmas time for Europeans/Rest of the World.

Control Your Coffee

Gamers love their caffeine fix, it’s what keeps us alert and focused, but what about when you’re out and about? Do you prefer a latte? Certain coffee shops will have a resident artist who, on demand, will put a pretty picture on your latte.

Want in On the Heroes of Neverwinter Beta?

Well, I was hoping to bring you information about a beta key giveaway since Heroes of Neverwinter was in closed beta.. wait, what? Yes, was in closed beta, but it appears that the contact I was getting the keys from has informed me that it will be going into open beta as from tomorrow and therefore, any competitions offering keys are now defunct. If you already have a closed beta key, it should still work, but if you were waiting to play the Heroes of Neverwinter beta, just wait until tomorrow (September 15th) where you’ll just need to go to apps.facebook.com/neverwinterheroes to play!

Jump on the 3DS Rollercoaster

3DS owners can rejoice to know that there are some good, classic titles coming their way, some are retro and some are just plain old classics like Rollercoaster Tycoon that require a much needed release onto current systems and what better platform to arrive on than the Nintendo 3DS! “RollerCoaster Tycoon 3D marks the return of one of the most popular game franchises and delivers an innovative, robust and unrestricted theme park simulator to the next generation of Tycoon fans,” said Jim Wilson, CEO of Atari.

Make Your Own Atari Joystick Lamp

Ok, so it’s quite old, but something I thought was worth sharing for any hardcore retroheads out there and are handy at woodwork, very handy as it’s no easy task and requires a certain level of skill as well as the necessary tools to create such a masterpiece. It’s not just a case of taking apart an old joystick and sticking things inside, it’s a proper big lamp that you would use in the living-room or bedroom since it’s just under two feet in height and the ‘button’ is used to turn it on and off.