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5 Minutes of Geometry Wars 3 Gameplay

See gameplay of Sierra Interactive's sequel to the classic Bizarre Creations title.

Harmonix announces A City Sleeps, a musical shoot 'em up

Harmonix announces A City Sleeps, a musical twin-stick shoot 'em up a heaping helping of anime and bullets. It's like a musical Geometry Wars. Harmonix says that soundtrack synchronization drives projectiles, movement, bullets, and even enemy spawning. Show More Summary

Spot light on tailor-made multicyclic type of polymers

Scientists have synthesized multicyclic type of polymers for the first time offering insights for tailoring polymer properties as well as the mathematics of complex geometries.

A City Sleeps is Harmonix's Anime Take on Geometry Wars

The Rock Band-developer's next game will beat you down without a second thought.

What you missed on 8.27.14

2014 Kia Forte Koup reviewed It's not a sports car, but the Kia Forte Koup offers 200 turbocharged horsepower, a six-speed manual transmission, and retuned suspension geometry to make it a more engaging offering than its sedan counterpart. Show More Summary

Four Point Playing Cards

San Francisco-based artist Ben Vierk is putting together a beautifully detailed pack of playing cards with designs inspired by money, ancient symbols and uncommon geometry. Who knew those things could be so gorgeous together?

Inspiring Artwork Combining Geometry & Photography

There’s a certain style of art that really catches my attention in inspiration galleries where artists combine geometry and photography to produce striking images. I’m a big fan of using simple shapes to create interesting designs, but the combination with photos really helps create abstract artwork with intense colours and detail. Show More Summary

Sierra's Coming Back With King's Quest, Geometry Wars

The return of Sierra was teased last week, and Gamescom reports are filling in the details. The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom developer The Odd Gentlemen have been tasked with King's Quest, while Lucid Games, formed from the ashes of Bizarre Creations, is building Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions. Show More Summary

Monolithic Maiden Tower Contrasts Wildly with Austria’s Picturesque Alpine Environment

The vertical structure creates a visual contrast to the surrounding landscape, not only in its geometry but also through its use of materials. The conspicuous steel envelope pops out of the picturesque alpine environment dominated by greenery and sloping volumes.

Long Live the Fall Workshop (guest post by Don Sheehy)

An announcement for the Fall Workshop in Computational Geometry, by Don Sheehy. In all the conversation about SoCG leaving the ACM, there were many discussions about ownership, paywalls, and money. This leads naturally to questions of ideals. Show More Summary

Tetrahedron in Bottrop in Bottrop, Germany

Sitting atop the highest point in the region, the Tetrahedron in Bottrop is an esoteric piece of modern art that allows visitors to climb inside to take in the surrounding landscape. The giant, skeletal piece of geometry stands on a quartet of concrete pillars which are embedded into an old mining pile that towers above the city of Bottrop. Show More Summary

Construction Calculators: To Use or Not to Use?

A construction calculator has specific functions that allow you to more easily do construction-related calculations. Some people swear by them, and others paid a lot of attention in fifth-grade geometry and don't need them. What do you think? Read more...

Activision's dipping its toe into indie gaming with 'Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions'

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Activision creates and publishes a small group of blockbuster video games aimed at mainstream consumers. The world's largest game publishing company handles some of gaming's most culturally impactful titles: the Call of Duty franchise, this year's...

Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions twin-sticks with you

Late last week, Activision teased the return of longtime developer and publisher Sierra Entertainment, which birthed series like King's Quest, Space Quest, Police Quest and Gabriel Knight. The resurrection of the Sierra brand was not only confirmed...

This is what Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions looks like

We learned this week that Activision is reviving Sierra Entertainment as a publishing label and its first game will be a new Geometry Wars, developed by Lucid Games. As thrilled as I was at the prospect of another installment, earlyShow More Summary

Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Expertly Mixes the Old with the New

3D arenas, multiplayer, and more bullet hell makes this sequel worth the wait.

Sierra Returns: King's Quest, Geometry Wars, More Coming Back

If you wanted quality PC gaming, you bought Sierra games. Well, Sierra is making a return to form under the Activision publishing license and the subsidiary will be getting back to the basics and publishing games that made them famous in the first place.Click To Continue Reading

Sierra is back! New King's Quest and, uh, Geometry Wars coming

Well look at that. Sierra is back from the dead. Activision is reviving the label, with a focus on indie development. It'll host new IPs and re-imaginings of beloved classics. In this case there's a new King's Quest coming in 2015, and...Show More Summary

Sierra publishing Geometry Wars 3, new King's Quest

Defunct firm returns as Activision indie publishing label. Activision has brought back Sierra Entertainment as a new indie publishing label, with Geometry Wars 3 and a new King's Quest as its first confirmed projects.Click here to read the full article

Geometry Wars, King's Quest Revivals Announced

Sierra is officially back, and it's bringing two beloved franchises with it.

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