Today we are delighted to reveal our latest title, Esper 2, at Oculus Connect 2. Esper 2 is something we have we’ve been quietly chipping away at for the past 8 months. It is a direct sequel to Esper, and will… Read more »
We have some new job vacancies available! We’re looking for 3 programmers and 3 artists. While these roles are 3-8 month contracts, there is a good chance of them becoming permanent (or, at the very least, extended). Ideal candidates for… Read more »
It’s that time of year again, EGX time! Yet again we are taking Shu, which has made a lot of progress since last year’s EGX, where we demoed the game in the Playstation area. Shu is coming to PC, Playstation 3,… Read more »
We’re really happy and excited to announce that we have secretly been working away at a new Virtual Reality game. Not only that, but you will recognise the voices of Nick Frost, Sean Pertwee and Lara Pulver amongst the characters!
We’re back on English soil after a great week in Cologne where we attended Gamescom. We had a large booth in the Indie Arena where we ran Shu demos, as well as attending the Unity booth and Oculus booth in the business area, as both were kind enough to host Esper and a ton of interviews.
We’re packing our bags and flying to Cologne for this year’s Gamescom where we will be demoing two of our games, Virtual Reality puzzler Esper and Platformer Shu.
Almost a month has passed since E3 and we are still riding on the waves of a hype-high that will undoubtedly take us through into 2016. This year E3 was particularly special for us, as for the first time ever we had one of our games exhibited; Esper!
We’re happy to announce that Esper is being demoed at E3 and for the first time ever players will be able to experience the game on the latest Oculus Rift, the Crescent Bay.
E3 is right around the corner and like all gaming fans, here at Coatsink we’re really excited about the potential news it will bring us. We’ve all got our hopes and dreams for the next game announcement, so we’ve put together a list of things we would love and expect to see revealed.
As we enter May we wave goodbye to the first quarter of the year. It’s been a busy and brilliant one for us so far, so we thought we would take a look back and give you a summary of what we have been up to!