<p>Headup Games and Clockstone Studios are working on a spin-off to the million-selling Bridge Constructor series that's all about making absurd jumps over crazy raceways.</p><p>Where the proper Bridge Constructor games are slow, methodical physics puzzlers about building the ultimate structure to carry cars and lorries over rivers, Stunts is about making ramps and loops to help a truck rocket to the exit.</p><p>The level editor is very similar (though, with some handy tweaks to make life easier) so you draw out paths and supports by dragging materials onto a grid.</p><p>But there's one big change.</p><p>You don't hit go and watch the vehicles drive themselves. Instead, you maintain full control over speed, and direction in mid-air. It feels more like Trials than the other Bridge Constructor games.</p><p>Everything can be recorded and shared online, so you can show your ridiculous loop-de-loop contraption to a buddy. Bridge Constructor Stunts will be released on iOS and Android later this year.</p><p>Devolver Digital and Roll7 have announced that cover-based shooter Not A Hero will be out on PS Vita later this year.</p><p>In fact, the bigger announcement is that it'll be available on PC on May 7th. With the PS4 and Vita versions coming some time after.</p><p>To mark the occasion, a new trailer for Not A Hero has been released and, yeah, it's rather great actually. You can watch it below.</p>
<p>Spinnner is a new game that might make you feel sick.</p><p>All you do is hold your iPhone or iPad in your hands (hold it tight!) and spin around 10 times on the spot as fast as you can.</p><p>It uses the gyroscope to measure each spin to give you an accurate time once you're finished.</p><p>And, each time you do perform a spin, the number on screen counts up, with each of them having their own brightly coloured personality. See them all dancing around below.</p><p>Aren't they wonderful?</p><p>You can play Spinnner solo or, if someone else has an iPhone nearby, you can compete against each other.</p><p>You can also see how you square up in the leaderboards.</p><p>I remember being a kid and spinning around on the spot, laughing as I fell over. I haven't done that for a while, but this morning, due to playing Spinnner, I did. For a moment there I became a kidult.</p><p>Spinnner is apparently aimed at 9 to 11 year olds, but anyone can play it and, most likely, enjoy it - especially if you have kids of your own to share it with.</p><p>You can purchase it for 79p / 99c on the App Store.</p>
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<p>Over the weekend, Chucklefish CEO/Designer Finn Brice - AKA Tiyuri - received a little bit of backlash after providing a 'non-update' update (as some called it) on his Twitter. In response, Brice took to Reddit to give us a bare-bones summary of what this situation is like on their end. <p>We're not expecting it to be much longer before we can give you some solid SDV news. Still waiting ourselves, but things are looking good— Tiy (@Tiyuri) September 15, 2017 After the original Tweet was met with a mixture of positive and more negative responses, Brice then took to Reddit to push the info-train a little further.</p><p>"Realistically we're trying to get it to everyone as soon as we can, there are a few things involved in that process. First the game has to pass through lot check, a process that is out of our hands and essentially takes as long as it takes. Second, we have to ensure we get a release slot agreement from all parties involved."</p><p>"So far lot check is looking really good, nothing has come up that needs fixing. Does that mean it absolutely won't? No, because otherwise we'd be picking a release window already. But it's a very good sign and that's all I was trying to convey to people, as part of my promise to keep everyone up to date."</p><p>Check out the full post here, and we'll keep you updated as per usual.</p>