No Man’s Sky creator makes first game free for everyone

before creating no man’s skySean Murray and hello games published joe danger on PlayStation 3 in 2010. The game has been released on various platforms in the years since, and now joe danger can be played across browsers for free! According to Murray, the game can be played on Mac/PC/Chrome/Linux, and players can expect better visuals, mouse and keyboard support, and more. Time joe danger is drastically different from no man’s skyfans of the latter game might be interested in playing the former to see how Murray and Hello Games got their start.

a trailer for joe danger can be found in the Tweet embedded below. Readers can try the game for themselves. right here.

joe dangerThe release of should be great news for fans! In recent years, the game has had a rocky history in terms of availability. An iOS version released in 2013 but eventually became unplayable. After receiving an email from the father of an autistic child who loved the game, the developer went to work on a remastered version. The game was made available on iOS again this past January, but the experience got Murray thinking about how so many video games become unplayable after a period of time. joe dangerThe free release of is meant to be a way of trying to ensure that the game can continue to live.

The preservation of video games has increasingly become a concern for the industry. In general, the industry has always been bad at preserving things like concept art and even complete games. As we see the release of more all-digital titles, more and more games are in danger of becoming lost media. It’s up to developers and publishers to keep their games available to the public, and it’s nice to see someone like Murray taking active steps to keep their game available. In this way, the fans who have come to love joe danger they can continue to enjoy it, and newcomers can discover it for the first time.

Do you plan to take a look? joe danger? Are you happy to see Hello Games working to preserve the title? Let us know in the comments or share your thoughts directly on Twitter and on Hive at @Marcdachamp to talk about everything related to games!


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