Shovel Knight is almost an entire decade old, but Yacht Club Games keeps figuring out new ways to play the game. How well does its latest attempt do at capturing the classic Shovel Knight feeling?
Yacht Club Games offers a detailed breakdown of development members and time along with the budget for all of its games.
Sporting an 8-bit aesthetic, Mina the Hollower is currently in development for Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4 and PS5.
The developer promises new updates, never-before-seen gameplay sneak peeks and a "hair-raisingly exciting MEGA ANNOUNCEMENT."
Yacht Club Game's platforming icon returns, this time in a block-matching action puzzler with multiple playable characters.
It will release for PS4, PC and Nintendo Switch at $20. Yacht Club Games also confirmed three DLC packs to be in development for post-launch.
The puzzle title is currently slated to release this Winter and features block-clearing, combo-chaining action with 10 characters.
Yacht Club Games needs a "little more time" than expected for the platformer. Shovel Knight: Pocket Dungeon is still coming this Winter.
The roguelite dungeon crawling puzzler sees Shovel Knight and friends venturing into a dungeon and battling foes in block-dropping fashion.
Can't say I saw that one coming.
The retro Ninja Gaiden-inspired action platformer is not far away now.
The studio is looking to make the jump to 3D.
"It’s something we talk about a lot," says Yacht Club's Sandy Gordon.
Get a glimpse of the game's combat, its narrative premise, boss fights, and more.
The creators of Shovel Knight are at it again.
The indie developer/publisher will be broadcasting its second official video presentation soon.
Sean Velasco hopes to continue working on the series for many years to come.
This is without feats/achievements according to developer Aarne Hunziker.
A new character and Story Mode along with PvP battles are available free to Treasure Trove owners.
The game has found quite the life on the new system.