My name is Remco. I am one of the founders of Triangle Studios and I am proud to announce that It came from the Universe and Ate Our Mind available on Xbox One today! We see that the title is quite unique, but which may be even more ironic is the fact that we finally release a game that has been going on for seven years!
It came from the Universe and Ate Our Mind (nickname From Earth) debuted as the title of the game we hosted in the studio in 2013. Game jams are often a great way for a team to work on something new, and it's often something that can be rough, unfinished, and often broken. The idea was about a group of gunmen whose mission was to wipe out the masses of brain-starving aliens in the post-apocalyptic world (that's about as many clichés as we could fit in one sense). We worked on the game for a couple of days, liked the prototype and released it for anyone to download and play with. We didn't think much about it, but before long, we saw hundreds of comments and comments on our fake image. People loved it!
The art of the prototype concept, and the democratic process of choosing the kind of development you can build for our game jam.
This has led us to dedicate a small team to this project and to build the game that was finally released in March of 2015. It was a small affair with a side gig as most of the studio worked on other commercial topics. Although this is probably where most of the projects ended, the team continued to build content and come up with new features for From Earth
Earlier last year, we decided to visit again From
Space and release the game (and all unreleased content) new
audience in Xbox. With the now multi-talented team, we were able to create
the most recent experience of the 2015 release, while still retaining that
a real spark that people loved from the original model.
Two player screenshots and four players from the final version of the game.
It came from the Universe and Ate Our Mind. It's a complete bed co-op shooter that you can enjoy with four players. There is a campaign mode and a survival mode that you can play in four difficulties. We hope you train your trigger finger. You will need it!