Terraria 1.2 will make its way to PC gamers everywhere on October 1, 2013.
This is the huge, long-awaited update to Terraria that many of us thought we'd never see. After abandoning the platform, the creators of Terraria decided to come back and update their game with over 700 new additions, including fireworks, ice bows, rainbow dye (to colour things with), rocket launchers, traps, chests, new housing items (doors, tables, etc.), bosses, enemies, more pets, new music...
If you've been hankering for some Terraria, it's almost time to dust off your copy and get ready for October 1.
Edge of Space, the stylistic indie 2D adventure worldbuilder is teaming up with the team from Terraria to include the Omegatron from Terraria as a big boss, along with a few easter eggs and other goodies in a free update releasing soon.
Postmortem is a very unique game by Los Angeles game designer Jakub Kasztalski. In it, you play as Death, who must choose one person to die. You may choose for any reason you wish: randomly, the first person you see, the last, or after engaging in conversation, the one you dislike the most.
I was invited to try the game early, before its release, and fell in love with it instantly. Postmortem is the type of thinking-man's game like Papers, Please was. It makes you question yourself as much as the characters in the story as it forces you into moral dillemmas. Very interesting, very deep. So good, in fact, that it's definitely a contender for the next Game Of The Day.
It's free or pay-what-you-can. I'd definitely recommend that you try it, and if you find it's something you want to play through a second time, flip a few dollars Jakub's way.