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Roundabout, the spinning-limo game from former Harmonix designer Dan Teasdale's studio, No Goblin, is heading to Vita on top of its planned launch on PS4 and Xbox One. Teasdale announced the new platform on the PlayStation Blog, noting that it's a Cross-Buy and Cross-Play game between PS4 and Vita....

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Finally on September 18 we can live our dream of becoming the world's most famous revolving limo driver, all thanks to Dan Teasdale's Roundabout. In addition to September's Steam release, the former Harmonix and Twisted Pixel designer is also bringing the dream to Xbox One and PS4 in early 2015. ...

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Remember that game about the spinning limo? It's called Roundabout and it's been confirmed for Xbox One today. Roundabout will be self-published by developer No Goblin through the ID@Xbox program. Roundabout, also coming to PC, Mac and Linux, is a game in which players attempt to guide a spinnin...

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No Goblin, the indie studio founded by former Harmonix and Twisted Pixel designer Dan Teasdale, is developing Roundabout, a game where players must maneuver a chauffeur's limo across busy city streets to deliver precious cargo to its intended destination. Thankfully, there's a catch: The limo is ...

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Game designer Dan Teasdale, formerly of Rock Band series developer Harmonix and The Gunstringer creator Twisted Pixel, has founded No Goblin, an indie studio that aims to become "the leading developer of original mechanic-driven video games." No Goblin will focus its development efforts on origi...

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Twisted Pixel designer Dan Teasdale is moving on to (presumably) greener pastures. Today marks his last day at Twisted Pixel, Teasdale noted on Twitter. "I honestly thought something incredibly unique and amazing would have to come out of left field for me to even consider leaving," writes Teasdale...

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In an attempt to answer the question of whether the games industry is dying or not, Twisted Pixel Lead Developer Dan Teasdale conducted research into all of the layoffs of 2012 and believes he has found that, among other things, MMO developers had the highest risk of being fired. "Looking at t...

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Twisted Pixel has unveiled The Gunstringer, the studio's fifth game -- but its first to star a marionette bent on revenge. The announcement trailer (after the break) depicts a western setting with a cartoon flair, blending 2D and 3D elements. In terms of how the game actually plays, the trailer dep...

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In January, a rumor came out about an upcoming Lego version of Rock Band in the works from Lego Star Wars/Batman/etc. developer Traveller's Tales. After a few months, we had forgotten all about our daydreams of seeing tiny, macaroni-like minifig arms windmilling on jaggy guitars like rectangular yel...

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At least, that's what we imagine the Fable II designer will be doing in a talk entitled, "Lionhead Experiments Revealed." As part of the game design track at 2009's Game Developers Conference, which will run from March 23rd to March 27th in San Francisco, Peter Molyneux's lecture promises to be a ...

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In the madness of E3, we got 10 minutes with Rock Band 2's Senior Designer Dan Teasdale. We rattled off a bunch of questions and jotted down his basic answers. Full quotes? We don't have time for full quotes! Check out the rapid-fire Q&A after the break....

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