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GarageGames unveils

Submitted by: [Ms] iNsAnE @ 02:02 PM | Monday, March 10, 2008 | (url: http://www.instan...)

Currently in Beta. will allow online playing of FREE 3D games. Including the Tribes(ish) "Fallen Empire: Legions"

Multiplayer FPS confirmed by Garage Games for InstantAction

Submitted by: FalseMyrmidon @ 08:16 PM | Monday, November 19, 2007 | (url: http://www.tribal...)

Still not 100% confirmed (supposedly it could still randomly turn into Marble Blast Extreme) but it is from a GG employee. Also no confirmation on whether it has Jetpacks or not.

you probably saw some of those interviews Josh Williams did where he said we were doing a online FPS game for InstantAction. He is a jerk for that, but he was correct.

I'm working with a team of 5 core people, plus a few other employees part-time on this and other stuff, and a few external contractors. We aren't doing anything huge, just a fun online game, similar in size to something you might see on Steam. We plan on doing lots of open beta stuff as IA gives us a lot of cool upsides. We plan to make the game very open and mod-able once we have the core done, user content, etc.

Instant Action Q&A at Gamespot

Submitted by: FalseMyrmidon @ 07:06 AM | Thursday, November 8, 2007 | (url: http://www.gamesp...)

GS: So once people get into these games, how are they going to be paying?

JW: For some games, we might just stick with the unit sales thing where we're charging $10, $15, $20 or whatever it is for a title. If we're updating a game all the time, and it makes sense for that particular game, then we can do subscriptions.

GS: So with that rumor circulating of GarageGames working on a game in the vein of Starsiege Tribes, InstantAction is more geared toward these type of gamers. Have anything to say on that game, by the way?

JW: We're still sticking with our official "no comment" response for now. But, we are working on a FPS, and that's all I'll say for now.

IGC: GarageGames On The Future Of InstantAction, Torque

Submitted by: DudeofDeath @ 07:44 PM | Wednesday, October 10, 2007 | (url: http://www.gamasu...)

Garage Games officials from the network and Torque engine development team explain the inner workings and aspirations of InstantAction, and where all Torque products and tools are heading in the future.

The World according to Barry Diller

Submitted by: DudeofDeath @ 01:40 PM | Saturday, September 22, 2007 | (url: http://www.portfo...)

He recently announced the acquisition of a majority stake in GarageGames-which Diller reveals to, was a $50 million-plus investment to develop high-graphic videogames on the internet, without the need and expense of those pesky consoles...

Maybe he does like tribes... :)

Here come Virtual World Intranets Seriously

Submitted by: Hazee Daze @ 10:05 PM | Thursday, May 17, 2007 | (url:

Spotted this on Slashdot, apparently Sun's licensed the Torque engine for their intranet metaverse.

Here's the link to the Slashdot conversation