Up Multimedia yesterday confirmed that an update to Escape from Pleasure Planet will bring an alternate ending to the game in addition to bug fixes and balances. “When you have a gay hero and villain so perfectly matched as we

(Non-)update: Yep, it’s still happening. Aaaand … as a developer of gay games trying to make a living … fuck you google for associating gay games with worst games pic.twitter.com/wtVqICs7IE — Luke Miller (@dodgyville) December 21, 2016 Original story (22 July 2016): Up

Captain Tycho Minogue is back for his second outing in Escape from Pleasure Planet, and developer Up Multimedia has come out of the starting blocks eager to show it’s learned several lessons since its debut release. While Tycho’s first adventure, My

Up Multimedia’s Escape from Pleasure Planet will be available from next week on Windows PC, Mac, Linux and via Steam. To celebrate, a new trailer for the game was released today: Escape from Pleasure Planet is a sequel to Up’s My

Escape from Pleasure Planet, a gay-themed adventure game by Melbourne’s Up Multimedia, has today launched its Kickstarter campaign. You can head here to find out about funding tiers. At the time of writing, the project is at $484 of its $5,000

Up Multimedia’s Escape from Pleasure Planet, the sequel to 2013’s My Ex-Boyfriend the Space Tyrant, is set to hit Kickstarter and Stream Greenlight next week. The title will launch campaigns on both platforms on 29 June. We asked Up Multimedia’s Luke Miller on how

What exactly is a gay game? When I first spoke with Up Multimedia’s Luke Miller back in 2013, My Ex-Boyfriend the Space Tyrant was already out – and proud – on PC. Miller touted the title as “Gayest Game Ever

In preparation for our “Gay games out of the closet” feature,  we were lucky enough to be joined by Luke Miller of Up Multimedia for a lengthy chat. In it, he was happy to discuss My Ex-Boyfriend the Space Tyrant,

Two developers slave away in their respective home offices, working tirelessly on their indie games. The titles have a similar aesthetic (they feature hand-drawn cartoon animations) and both are defined as gay-themed. In Melbourne, Australia, Luke Miller continually updates his