Highwater is the third game in developer Demagog Studio’s expanded universe, which includes two other self-contained experiences–the critically acclaimed Golf Club: Wasteland and The Cub. “Highwater thrusts players into a stunning vision of a climate change apocalypse and then challenges them to survive the aftermath,” said Rogue CEO Matt Casamassina. “Players will explore half-sunk cities via boat. Scavenge for supplies on foot. Team up with allies. Fight foes. And it all comes together with a surprisingly warm storyline.” In the months to
Rogue knows that space can be lonely, so Super Impossible Road is adding crossplay and will soon be one of the handful of games to feature multiplayer across every modern platform, PC, and mobile (with Apple Arcade), making it one of the most widely-accessible racing games to play with friends across different devices. Super Impossible Road lets everyone experience the thrills of careening down a wild track in the cosmos in beautiful 60 frames per second and next-generation graphics. Super Impossible Road
Rogue Games, a publisher of killer video games, and Game Grumps, the team behind Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator, unveil Homebody, a narrative-driven, psychological horror game evocative of classic slasher films of the 1980s. Uncover the secrets of Emily’s past and find a way out of the house by avoiding the killer, solving the puzzles, and making dialogue decisions. Impossible at first, but with each attempt to put the pieces together, the blood splattered picture becomes more and more clear.
Super Mega Zero is available now on Steam, Epic Games Store, and Nintendo Switch eShop for $9.99. Super Mega Zero is a modern throwback featuring shoot ‘em up and precision platforming elements, giving players a satisfying challenge that will test their mettle. Throw in over 200 handcrafted levels, old school 80’s arcade aesthetics, and a banger chiptune soundtrack, and Super Mega Zero is the arcade game old-school players and speed-runners need to have. For the latest, follow Rogue on Twitter or
It’s time to plan a party in the face of extinction. Harlow launches today on the PC/Mac via both Steam and the Epic Games store for $9.99. Experience an uplifting tale set in a bleak world created by the founder of Good Trouble, Arman Nobari, a cancer survivor who learned to develop games while recovering from hospitalization, extensive surgery, and grief. Harlow features physics-based puzzles, beautiful visuals, an inspirational story, and an original chill, Lo-Fi soundtrack co-produced by OBFUSC, creator