Out of Hell 14 March 2012

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1. Brain in a Jar has announced that the V1 Championship simulation, which was developed in-house at Brain in a Jar, will be available to play at this week’s Indie Showcase and Software City event, taking place as part of the Global Entrepreneurship Conference in Liverpool, UK, on Wednesday 14th March. Indie Showcase will be a networking event where independent digital and creative companies from the region can meet, exchange ideas and demonstrate their work.

2. In Glowium, the goal of the player is to untangle tangled lines so that they match a given pattern which is outlined in the background with white lines. The level is completed when all lines match the pattern and not a single white line is left unmatched. There are 100 levels to go, each of which offers a more complicated puzzle. Glowium v1.1 is available for free from the Google Play here.

3. New Star Soccer is now available in the iOS and Android app stores - visit this website for details.

4. The latest update to the free to play browser game Nadirim adds the possibility to distribute skill points to enhance your abilities, each of these in two separate directions.

5. Microsoft Corp. has announced that Phil Harrison, video games luminary and former Sony executive, has joined the Interactive Entertainment Business (IEB) leadership team as corporate vice president with an emphasis on growing the division’s European business.

6. Playdek announced it has partnered with GMT Games to bring the Commands & Colors franchise to the digital platform. The first game released will be based on the wildly successful Commands & Colors: Ancients and will allow mobile gamers to experience the intensity of ancient warfare virtually anywhere via smart phone or tablet device. The game is scheduled for late 2012.