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Homeworld: Deserts Of Kharak's Creators Worked With NASA On A Cool Mars Project

Blackbird Interactive, developers of the excellent Deserts of Kharak, have teamed up with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory to create an interactive tour of a concept Mars base.

Studio Goes Broke, Rises From Ashes To Release A Strategy Classic

In 2007, Rob Cunningham (of Homeworld fame) formed a brand new studio called Blackbird Interactive. By 2009, work had begun on an ambitious new strategy game strongly inspired by Homeworld’s art design and setting. In 2013, everyone working there was laid off.

Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak: The Kotaku Review Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak: The Kotaku Review

“It’s Homeworld, but with sand” was my first thought when I saw Deserts of Kharak, a brand new prequel set in the same universe as Relic’s classic space strategy games. After actually playing it, that’s...about the gist of it. Homeworld, but with sand.

That's One Less Free-To-Play Game To Worry About That's One Less Free-To-Play Game To Worry About

There once was a game called Hardware: Shipbreakers. Made by some ex-Relic developers, it was going to be a free-to-play game. Now that it's got Gearbox money behind it, however, that won't be necessary.

There's A New Homeworld Game Coming There's A New Homeworld Game Coming

Did you think PC strategy game Hardware: Shipbreakers looked a lot like Homeworld? Good. Because the developers have been given (or returned) the keys to the franchise.

Finally, Some Hardware Gameplay Footage. And It Looks Great. Finally, Some Hardware Gameplay Footage. And It Looks Great.

Hardware: Shipbreakers, a strategy game being made by some of the guys behind the Homeworld series, has looked very gorgeous for a very long time. Problem is, in all that time, we'd never actually seen any gameplay footage.

Yes, Hardware, Your Art Still Looks Lovely Yes, Hardware, Your Art Still Looks Lovely

Here's another trailer for the upcoming Hardware: Shipbreakers, a strategy title being worked on by some ex-Homeworld devs. It looks great, but then, so has everything else the team has released so far.

A new trailer for Hardware: Shipbreakers means, yup, more awesome art.

More Beautiful Art From Hardware. Enjoy. More Beautiful Art From Hardware. Enjoy.

In case you couldn't tell from the last time I featured this game on Fine Art, regardless of whether Hardware (or Hardware: Shipbreakers as it's now known) turns out to be amazing or awful, I will be praying for an art book.

The Spirit Of Homeworld Lives On In Hardware, A Bold New RTS Universe The Spirit Of Homeworld Lives On In Hardware, A Bold New RTS Universe

Given the abundance of expensive pre-rendered trailers and live-action commercials gamers are bombarded with these days, it was surprising to see people go so crazy last month over a clip that was nothing but slightly-animated concept art.

The Stunning Debut Trailer For Hardware, A Game By Some Guys Who Made PC Classic Homeworld The Stunning Debut Trailer For Hardware, A Game By Some Guys Who Made PC Classic Homeworld

First revealed all the way back in 2011, it's only today that we're getting our first (barely) moving look at Hardware, a new game from a studio made up of a number of former Relic developers, including Rob Cunningham, Homeworld's art director.

Former Homeworld Developers Are Making A New Sci-Fi Game Former Homeworld Developers Are Making A New Sci-Fi Game

Over the past ten years, ever since we saw the last of the critically-acclaimed Homeworld series, a number of key developers working on games for developers Relic left the studio. Many of them have now settled in at a new home, Blackbird Interactive, where they're working on "an ambitious and original sci-fi social…

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