Posts Tagged ‘Minor Key Games’

New release: Slayer Shock

Phew! Sorry for the hiatus, folks–I ended up needing more time to recharge there than I’d planned. Let’s get back into the swing of things! Today, I’m belatedly posting about the release of Slayer Shock. Developed by David Pittman of Minor Key Games (of Eldritch fame), Slayer Shock is a “role-playing shooter” of vampire-hunting thematically […]

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New release: Eldritch

David Pittman of Minor Key Games writes in to announce the release of Eldritch, the first person Lovecraftian, Minecraftian,┬áSystem Shock 2-ian action roguelike-like (previously covered here). I assume that there haven’t been any truly dramatic changes since we last checked out the game a month ago–you can see my first impressions in word / video […]

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David Pittman of Minor Key Games was nice enough to give me access to a (very, very) late alpha version of Eldritch (previously covered here). He writes: “I’m calling it an alpha, but it’s closer to what other developers would probably call a beta: it is content complete, and the only things that are changing […]

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Eldritch announced

A bit of digging on the internet reveals to me the existence of Eldritch is the first title by two-man indie studio Minor Key Games (consisting of David Pittman and his brother J. Kyle Pittman). David tells me that both he and his brother walked away from stable careers in the AAA space to make […]

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