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Friday, August 28, 2015

Lifeless Planet Profits Pay for Booth Space for Two Indie Studios at PAX

We're excited to announce that Stage 2 Studios is sponsoring booth space for two separate indie game studios at this year’s PAX Prime, one of the most-attended gaming festivals in the country. Stage 2 is funding the contribution from a portion of profits from Lifeless Planet.

Siege Sloth Games will be exhibiting their upcoming game Evergreen in which gamers will play as a mythical world tree, encouraging evolution throughout natural history. Serenity Forge is exhibiting The King’s Bird, a momentum-based precision-platformer about finding true freedom. Both games will be displayed in the Indie MEGABOOTH, the largest single booth at PAX Prime.

Our hope is this contribution will be the start of something bigger. And I'm already encouraged by conversations with the guys at Siege Sloth and Serenity Forge: both indie studios have pledged their support for a proposed Indie MEGABOOTH Alumni Fund, promising to make a donation if their games make a profit. The Alumni Fund would pool similar contributions from past Indie MEGABOOTH exhibitors to help cover the exhibiting cost of future studios.

We're happy to be giving back to the indie game community, but we're even more excited about creating something that will pay forward to future indie projects! If you're a former exhibitor at Indie MEGABOOTH and you want to get involved in this effort or learn more, please get in touch.

PAX Prime runs August 28-31 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle.

More About The Sponsored Games:

Serenity Forge, The King’s Bird
http://serenityforge.com/games/thekingsbird

Siege Sloth Games, Evergreen
http://www.siegesloth.com/

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Premier Edition Available Now on PC/Mac!

The Premier Edition of Lifeless Planet is now available on PC and Mac. This remastered edition brings new content and improved graphics to the desktop versions of the game.

The Premier Edition (v 1.5) is a free update to existing owners of Lifeless Planet through Steam and Humble (other platforms coming within 24hrs). Simply update the game through Humble or the Steam Client to play the new version.

The Premier Edition includes new original music from acclaimed Lifeless Planet composer Rich Douglass. In addition, there's also a number of visual upgrades throughout, most notably the addition of normal-mapped terrains. The game also contains previously unreleased content in the form of new audio and text logs. The Premier Edition includes additional new Russian language voice acting, adding further richness to the already immersive experience.

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Premier Edition for PC/Mac Coming July 29


I'm happy to announce the new edition of Lifeless Planet will be released in just over two weeks. The Premier Edition includes new original music, visual updates, and new audio and text logs, and more. And for current owners of the PC/Mac versions, it's a free update!

In addition to the updates and additions, we also fixed a number of bugs and issues from the earlier versions. This will be the last major update to the game, but of course if we find critical issues we will continue to support the game in the future.

Thanks as always for your patience. I'm really excited to bring you this new version... very soon!

-Dave

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Lifeless Planet Available Now on Xbox One!

We're live! Check out the Premier Edition on Xbox One, and get it at 20% off for a limited time...


Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Xbox One Release May 13 - More Details!

We've just released a new trailer today in advance of the Xbox One release. See the homepage or here: https://vimeo.com/126838271

We're also announcing Lifeless Planet: Premier Edition will be priced at $19.99 (US) £15.99 (UK) €19.99 (Europe) and will be on sale at 20% off for a limited time to celebrate the launch on Xbox One!

As mentioned previously, the Premier Edition includes new original music from acclaimed Lifeless Planet composer Rich Douglass. In addition, there's also a number of visual upgrades throughout, most notably the addition of normal-mapped terrains. This visual effect is quite striking and adds significant depth and detail to the landscapes.   

The game also contains previously unreleased content in the form of new audio and text logs. The Premier Edition includes additional new Russian language voice acting, adding further richness to the already immersive experience.

Did you know?
LIFELESS PLANET WAS DESIGNED & DEVELOPED
IN ALASKA

Lifeless Planet was created by David Board of Stage 2 Studios while he lived in Alaska. His inspiration for the game stems from a love of classic 1950’s and 60’s sci-fi movies and TV shows. Coupled with a love for video games (and frankly not much else to do during those long dark Alaskan winter nights!) he has turned this passion into something unique and original. Lifeless Planet was one of the first games to be successfully funded on Kickstarter. David also looked to the Kickstarter community to find talent for music, voice acting, testing and many other aspects of the project. Alaska-based programmer and game developer Jazon Burnell lead the effort to bring Lifeless Planet to Xbox One.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Lifeless Planet on Xbox One in 2 Weeks!

Another exciting chapter in the Lifeless Planet story is finally here... we release the Premier Edition on Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft via the ID@Xbox self-publishing program on May 13!

https://store.xbox.com/en-US/Xbox-One/Games/Lifeless-Planet-Premier-Edition/df5cbf8a-8b14-4967-8612-b6bf29888661

Lifeless Planet: Premier Edition on Xbox One

I’ll have much more to share with you in the next couple of weeks. Thank you for your patience as our still very small team works to bring the game to this exciting platform.

Yours In Space,
Dave


Monday, April 13, 2015

Xbox One Release Update

Hi folks,

Just wanted to post a quick note about the upcoming Premier Edition release on Xbox One. It took longer than expected to get this wrapped and ready for prime time. Thankfully, I can tell you it's done and we've just got a couple hurdles left before I can announce the release date. I promise that will come soon and the actual release will not be far off. Thanks to all fans of Lifeless Planet for your patience...expect a follow-up to this post VERY soon!

-Dave