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Welcome to the Engine Software corporate website! Here you can find out about all conceivable information about Engine Software, the games we have developed (all the way back to 1991!), the games we are currently developing, the latest news and announcements and of course information about the company, our team and how to get in touch with us.

Latest News:

Terraria: Otherworld Teaser II

Posted on: 2015-12-29 18:10:36
We would like to share one of the latest additions to Terraria: Otherworld – Swing Grappling! A new and improved way to traverse your world.

In other news, we are pushing the launch of Terraria: Otherworld into 2016. Simply put, the game is not ready yet – as we laid out in the beginning, we will only launch the game when we feel it meets our standards as a finished product. The team continues and will continue to work hard in the months ahead to get T: OW to a place where we will be proud to release it to you and it will be worthy of your support and expectations.
External Link: Video

Terraria Holiday 15 Update

Posted on: 2015-12-16 18:10:36
We are happy to announce that publisher 505 Games has just released the latest update for Terraria on PS3, PS4, Vita, Xbox360 and Xbox One. This update included a ton of bug fixes and the long awaited fishing mechanic and a new boss in Duke Fishron. Full change log can be found through the link below!
External Link: Terraria Forums
Here come the slugs

Posted on: 2015-08-01 19:43:54
We are delighted to report we will be bringing – and publishing – the hit indie game Gunslugs 2 to the Nintendo 3DS. Originally released by orangePixel for PC, Mac, mobile and Ouya the 3DS version is currently in development!
Not 7 or 8, it’s Mighty No 9!

Posted on: 2015-07-10 13:28:54
Engine Software is proud to announce we have teamed up with developer Comcept and legendary game designer Keiji Inafune (Mega Man, Onimusha) to bring Mighty No9 to PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS.

News Archive

Proun+ gets first verdicts

In a landscape full of racers trying to be either the mobile equivalent of Mario Kart or Gran Turismo, this self-styled journey through modern art exudes an endearing weirdness that sets it apart and nestles it in your brain. - Gamezebo, 4.5 / 5

This is knife-edge stuff of the very highest order - you'll curse, you'll scream, and when you conquer a challenge you'll cheer in relief and delight.'
- Pocketgamer, 9 / 10