Home • PC Game News • Natalie Clayton Contributor 2nd August 2020 / 2:03PM Screenshot Saturday Sundays! It’s been an absolutely roasting weekend, folks, so let’s chill out in the shade and crack open a refreshing can of work-in-progress screenshots, videos and ice-cold gifs. This week: cross-dimensional translation, precarious hangouts, neon zombie raves and (not quite) pong. Yes, I said Pong. Our first game’s no looker in the traditional sense, but it’s one hell of a neat concept. be careful what you touch in qomp#screenshotsaturday pic.twitter.com/8hmaU9emPF — Stuffed Wombat (@wombatstuff) August 1, 2020 Qomp asks what happens to the Pong ball after it goes off-screen, and immediately answers with “a dungeon crawler, of course”. While there’s a novel challenge in navigating labyrinths as a manifestation of the bouncing DVD logo, it’s when the game suddenly becomes Snake that the doors are bashed wide open. If we can expect more of this incidental genre-smashing in Qomp’s halls, we might be onto something very special indeed. Now, close your eyes, take a breath, and let this squeaky toy tear you through realities. row your boat #screenshotsaturday #indiedev #madewithunity #b3d pic.twitter.com/D5oJDLiEPI — Cobysoft Joe (@cobysoftco) August 2, 2020 I scarcely have an idea… Read full this story
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