每日观察：关注ZeptoLab和Almost Human Games新游戏2.10
1，据toucharcade的消息称Almost Human Games 将推出Legend of Grimrock的ipad版。
2，据toucharcade的消息称ZeptoLab推出两款新游戏Survivor Squad和Slide Fight。
前不久他们刚刚推出另外一款新游戏King of Thieves。
3，据gamesindustry的消息称BioWare 取消了Shadow Realms项目。消息源来自该公司奥斯汀工作室总经理Jeff Hickman。
4，据gamesindustry的消息称Casual Connect的Indie Prize公布了最终的获奖名单。其中最佳移动游戏来自Blindflug Studios的First Strike HD。（本文由游戏邦编译，转载请 注明来源，或咨询微信zhengjintiao）
1，Almost Human Games has just revealed the first iPad footage of their first-person dungeon-crawling RPG Legend of Grimrock. The game has been out for long enough on PC to get a sequel already, but now those of you looking to play it on the go on a device that can reasonably be used as a tablet (I own Windows tablets and they’re far inferior to iPads for use as tablets) can anticipate checking this one out this spring. Check out the footage:
Legend of Grimrock recalls classic first-person dungeon-crawlers like Ultima Underworld, as you explore dungeons with your party of characters, using a number of abilities and attacks in real-time to survive the many hazards that await you, including giant spiders. The game has been adapted to touch through virtual buttons to move and turn, swiping the gameplay portion of the screen to look, and using gestures to help cast magic spells. The PC version was
particularly well-received, so those of you looking for a serious RPG experience on the go might want to get excited for this.（source：toucharcade ）
2，While King of Thieves from ZeptoLab launches worldwide this week, it appears that they’re hard at work at multiple games beyond the Cut the Rope franchise they’re most well-known for. A pair of new games have appeared under a pseudonym that soft-launched King of Thieves before it was revealed as a ZeptoLab game: Survivor Squad and Slide Fight. Survivor Squad is a top-down shooter where you and 3 other players try to fight off hordes of zombies, upgrading your weapons and items to help fight off ever-more-difficult hordes. Interestingly, this one promises real-time multiplayer.
Meanwhile, Slide Fight involves launching heroes around an arena to attack other players, with each team having three heroes that they’ve upgraded and brought into battle. Now, the games haven’t been published on iTunes by ZeptoLab proper, but by “Dmitry Momzikov” – and as Gamezebo helpfully explains, King of Thieves snuck out under that name late last year without anyone having a clue about it. Check out the original soft launch forum thread for what was then
known as Thieves. Well, now that we’ve caught on to their tricks, similar art styles are also apparent. These two are looking like rather intriguing and more-involved games than many free-to-play titles out there, so definitely keep an eye on these two.（source：toucharcade.com ）
3，Shadow Realms will never see the light of day. In an update on the game’s official site today, BioWare Austin GM Jeff Hickman said the studio is halting development on the game.
“While the team did amazing work on the game concept and we got lots of great feedback from our fans at events and through other game testing, right now there are other projects for the team to work on within the BioWare studios for the coming year and beyond,” Hickman said, adding, “These include additional ongoing enhancements to the award-winning Dragon Age: Inquisition, as well as the next game in the Mass Effect series and other new IP.”
Despite those other projects, Hickman said the Austin studio’s focus will remain primarily with Star Wars: The Old Republic. Although the MMORPG was considered disappointing for parent company Electronic Arts after its 2011 launch, The Old Republic should receive an injection of player interest this year with the December theatrical release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Shadow Realms was being developed as an episodic PC game with “dynamic, co-operative 4 vs 1 gameplay.” It had been soliciting sign-ups for alpha testing since it was first announced during EA’s Gamescom press conference last August.（source：gamesindustry.biz ）
4，Neko Entertainment’s Replay: VHS is Not Dead and Pinokl Games’ Party Hard won the two most prestigious awards at Casual Connect Europe’s Indie Prize Showcase.
Replay: VHS is Not Dead, a puzzle-platformer with time manipulation mechanics, took home the Audience Choice Award. But Casual Connect’s panel of critics singled out Party Hard, an action title set entirely at a house party.
The winners of the awards were chosen from 120 finalists, and they shared prizes worth €500,000. The full list is below, with our sincere congratulations.
Best Art – Lumino City by State of Play Games
Best Audio – Amphora by Moondrop
Best Narrative – Herald by Wispfire
Best Game Design – LA Cops by Modern Dream
Most Promising Game in Development – Guild of Dungeoneering by Gambrinous
Best PC Game – Guns, Gore and Cannoli by Crazy Monkey Studios
Best Multiplayer Game – Move or Die by Those Awesome Guys
Best Mobile Game – First Strike HD by Blindflug Studios
Director’s Choice Award – Shadow Puppeteer by Sarepta Studio
Best in Show: Critic’s Choice Award – Party Hard by Pinokl Games
Best in Show: Audience Choice Award – Replay: VHS is Not Dead by Neko Entertainment（source：gamesindustry.biz ）