Demruth News


Antichamber review: frustratingly rewarding

By Ozzie Mejia, Feb 01, 2013 12:00pm PST

Antichamber is a pleasant (albeit mind-numbingly tough) puzzle game experience. It's aimed at all audiences looking for an alternative to the traditional puzzler, but its punishing difficulty means only genre diehards will see this one through to the end.


"I saw the review then bought it immediately after viewing half the trailer (didn't watch the ..."

- bigimp see all 9 comments

IGF 2012 Main Competition finalists announced

By Jeff Mattas, Jan 10, 2012 11:30am PST

The finalists for the 14th annual Independent Games Festival's Main Competition have been announced, highlighting some of the greatest indie games of 2012.


"kind of weird that most of the games under "Technical Excellence" are retro lo-fi games"

- spiderfill see all 6 comments

IndieCade 2011: Antichamber

By Jeff Mattas, Oct 28, 2011 5:15pm PDT

We get our hands on the abstract first-person puzzle game Antichamber at IndieCade 2011, and pick developer Alexander Bruce's brain about its development and unique presentation.


"This page also includes a game title "A Flipping Good Time" which Mattas may have mentioned in ..."

- RuffasBluetain see all 4 comments

Antichamber dev discusses modifying the Unreal Engine

By Jeff Mattas, Oct 27, 2011 7:45pm PDT

Antichamber developer Alexander Bruce discusses how he modified Unreal Engine 3 to achieve his game's unique visual style.


"ok so that's two games that use UE3 that look dramatically different. kudos to you, alexender"

- ETPC1 see all 4 comments