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Darwinia in PC Zone

December 29th, 2004 by Crusader

A reader sent in word that PC Zone, a UK PC gaming magazine, has devoted two pages of their January issue to Introversion Software’s Darwinia, which is about a tribe of video game sprites trapped in a modern 3D game world (screenshots). Darwinia is currently in beta testing for Linux and other platforms; Introversion’s last title was the cyberpunk game Uplink, which was also released for Linux.

2 Responses to “Darwinia in PC Zone”

  1. salsadoom Says:

    That, is an original plot. Yup. Sprites in a 3d world. I hope its a good game. Uplink sure was a lot of fun. Interesting to see this game when it comes out.
    –SD

  2. TheGreenKnight Says:

    PCZone issue 150 pages 10 and 11 :D

    PCZone is THE best UK gaming mag. They like bedroom coders and indie developers and they rated Uplink highly.

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