A Gorn PSVR port is on the way, as is a Broforce update and more from Free Lives.
South African developer Free Lives has made a new space to talk about their games.
The ending of the locally made Broforce is a doozy.
Local game devs: fellow developer Free Lives is hosting a game jam in July with some great prizes on offer.
One of the most popular games out of Cape Town is now a fully-fledged release.
All due to a “parity clause” that doesn’t allow Indie games to come to the Xbox if they go to the PlayStation first.
Mark Shuttleworth took the Reserve Bank to court, among other things.
Utterly bro-tastic clip stars Rambro, BA Broracus, Bro in Black and MacBrover.
Red tape gets in the way of making games; here’s how government can help.
Evan Greenwood on the unexpected highlights of making a very silly shooter.
Free DLC gives gamers a taste of both BroForce and The Expendables.
Death From Above update fixes little things, adds more awesome.
Gaming organisation has a quick whipround, finds R25 000 down back of the couch.
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South Africa’s bro-iest game gets even bro-er, with the October updates.
A small game developer in Cape Town is slowly gaining international fame for its game, and it all started with a conversation about bros.
Local startup game dev makes more progress with its greenlit title.
Over-the-top action shooter proves a hit with fans, gets the nod to be officially released on Steam.