Archive for the ‘ARMED!’ Category

Porting ARMED! To OUYA

Monday, February 11th, 2013


Sickhead’s Tom Spilman and James Ford took a Saturday afternoon to jam on getting ARMED! onto the upcoming Android-based OUYA console. ARMED! was developed in XNA, and moving it to other platforms using MonoGame has been a relatively painless process. Check out Tom’s liveblog of the event on the MonoGame site.

ARMED! is up on Steam Greenlight!

Friday, August 31st, 2012

ARMED! is now up on Steam Greenlight, a new community-driven way to get games into the Steam marketplace. Go check out the page for ARMED! and give us an upvote!

ARMED! featured on Build 2012 site

Thursday, August 9th, 2012

We are honored to have ARMED! featured on Microsoft’s site for the upcoming Build 2012 developer conference and Windows 8 event. It’s great to see the guy up there in such esteemed company… Autodesk, WordPress, Kindle, Wikipedia. We’re all very excited about having ARMED! included in the Windows 8 launch.


New ARMED! Trailer

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

ARMED! has been getting some great reviews lately, both on the Windows Phone Marketplace (4.5 stars!), and from various game review sites around the web. We’ve been hard at work perfecting the game to make it overwhelmingly the best turn-based strategy experience on Windows Phone. ARMED! fans have dutifully proposed new functionality and balance changes, and we’ve been listening. Since the late December launch we’ve released three updates, adding balance tweaks, bug fixes, and features. And we put together a new trailer that focuses on showing off some of the game’s features:



We’re still working hard on some big surprises for future releases. Stay tuned!

Keep Up With ARMED!

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

Just a little reminder… Join the ARMED! communities on Facebook and Twitter to get updates and contribute to the latest discussion about the game.

In addition, we’ve recently added a News page to the official ARMED! site, where you can find sneak peeks at upcoming content and information about continued development!