Feb 042014
 
New ‘n’ Tasty may be a digital-only release, but it still needs boxart – and that’s exactly what Oddworld Inhabitants revealed over on their website.
New ‘n’ Tasty boxart
The boxart, painted by Alex Konstad (with additions by longtime Oddworld artist Raymond Swanland) gives us a glimpse at an all-new RuptureFarms, and will be featured on digital storefronts where the game is sold. It will also be appearing on the PlayStation Store’s “Coming Soon” section.
Aug 062012
 
In a post on the official Oddworld.com blog, Oddworld Inhabitants have reached out to fans for suggestions on naming the game currently referred to as “Abe HD”.
The post states that the team do not simply wish to title the game “Abe’s Oddysee HD” as this would make it “sound like [they have] injected bigger pictures into the original engine”, as opposed to a full “grounds-up” 3D remake.
A rather nice prize is being offered for the winning suggestion – besides having their suggestion used as the game’s title, the winner will have their name in the game’s credits and will be awarded a poster of the game’s cover art, signed by artist Raymond Swanland.
Suggestions are to be entered via the form attached to the blogpost, and must be submitted before August 10.
Mar 152011
 
IGN’s online game store, Direct2Download, is now the second digital distributor of the Oddboxx. Earlier today, the rival of Steam’s uploaded Munch’s Oddysee, Stranger’s Wrath and the four-game compilation, the Oddboxx. Unlike Steam, Direct2Download features Raymond Swanland’s Oddboxx boxart. The games are similarly priced on both Steam and Direct2Download, although Steam is currently holding a weeklong 50%-off sale on all Oddworld games and packages. Direct2Download has 50% off the Oddboxx in the United States region only. Other digital distribution services are expected to upload the Oddboxx shortly, including Stardock, Amazon, GamersGate, and others to be announced.