Stalin vs. Martians Unveiled

Black Wing Foundation, Dreamlore and N-Game announce a joint project Stalin vs. Martians and probably the most bizzare gaming experience of the year 2008.The name of the game is a work of art and actually it doesn’t really matter if the game is playable at all. The concept is enough. Simply makes your brain explode. But somehow we have more than that to offer.
Stalin vs. Martians is also a good real-time strategy. Fast, simple, intuitive and incredibly fun. Trashy and absolutely over-the-top, arthouse kitsch production in it’s finest. With a good technical basis and some healthy gameplay innovations. A natural choice for anyone bored of hundreds and hundreds identical “World War II strategies”. And a perfect choice for anyone who just hates the strategy genre. Check the details at the official website.

Eugene Onegin: Anime-Styled Visual Novel

Dreamlore and Akella announce a new visual novel. This time it’s the anime-styled and absolutely wild rendition of Alexander Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin. Russian audience will cry tears of blood.
The game is set for the early Fall release. We suppose it will be a “USSR-only” title. So you folks probably will never play it, unless you know Russian and downloaded the game via your BitTorrent program. At least you can look at the pictures on the official website. The website is in Russian (and even in prereformed old orthography), but it still makes some sense if you’ve read Pushkin’s novel (Nabokov made a brilliant translation).

Red Cosmos is Out

Dreamlore and Akella announce that anime project Red Cosmos has finally reached the stores. No Western release is planned. Stand-alone sequel is inevitable, so stay tuned for the updates.