Tumblestone

A Chat With Ty Taylor About Tumblestone & Working With Microsoft

Ty Taylor‘s unique take on the match 3 puzzle formula, Tumblestone, is now available for free to all Xbox Live Gold subscribers on Xbox One and we got a chance to ask him a few questions. In our brief discussion we talked about what it was like to work with Microsoft on Games With Gold, the local Seattle indie games scene and what Ty’s plans are for the game post launch.   Broken Joysticks: How does it feel to...

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Tumblestone lands on Wii U today

Completely reinventing the Match-3 genre, containing fast-paced action-puzzle multiplayer gameplay as well as a deep and cerebral single-player mode, Tumblestone arrives in the Wii U eShop today. Tumblestone is being billed as the first original action-puzzle game of the past fifteen years. The game has the standard online and local multiplayer but also has a single player story mode. The story mode is said to boast a 40+ hour campaign that will test your puzzle-solving prowess. The...

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BrokenCast: Ty Taylor & Tumblestone

Today on BrokenCast we interview Ty Taylor, developer of The Bridge and the upcoming Tumblestone. We talk about all sorts of things like what it’s like to start an indie studio, how Ty handle testing a whole bunch of different platforms and how surprisingly easy it is to translate one single game into a number of different languages. If you’d like some insight into how indie titles are made or just want to learn more about Tumblestone...

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Exclusive Q&A with Ty Taylor – Award Winning Game Developer

Today we have the award winning game developer, Ty Taylor, joining us for a question and answer session. Ty is a renowned game designer and developer that leads the Seattle based indie studio, The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild. His first major game, The Bridge, received critical acclaim and many awards. The Bridge is a 2D puzzle game that requires players to use movement of both their character and of gravity to solve puzzle levels in an M.C. Escher inspired...

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