Yes, it's Wireframe time again: a sun-drenched, adventurous issue 15 is available in stores and online from today, the 6 June. You'll be able to buy the magazine at your local supermarket or independent newsagent in the UK, or you can order a copy, subscribe, or even download a handy free PDF from this very site.
So what's in store this time? Well, you'll find all this and lots more:
The developers behind the likes of Tearaway and LittleBigPlanet tell us about their new indie project, Knights And Bikes - a nostalgic adventure set in 1980s Cornwall. Broken Sword and Beneath a Steel Sky creator Charles Cecil gives us the story of how he survived the slings and arrows of the eighties games industry, and we uncover the creative benefits - and finest products - of game jams.
Elsewhere, we check out the hard-edged dog shelter sim To The Rescue!, and take a closer look at the eco-conscious platformer, Tamarin.
That still not enough goodness for you? Well, there's still more besides:
- Make a jetpack in Unreal Engine 4
- Create your own Ant Attack-style isometric game map
- The retro shoot-'em-up created by a former Anno 1701 designer
- Pokémon developer Game Freak, and its lesser-known games
Then there's our usual mix of news, previews and reviews, including our verdicts on Rage 2, Close to the Sun and Sonic Racing. Hurrah!
Get your copy of Wireframe
Physical copies of Wireframe are available now in WHSmiths, Tesco, and all good independent UK newsagents. You can also order a copy online at the Raspberry Pi Press store - and yes, we'll deliver to just about anywhere in the universe.
If you prefer, there's also the option to download a free PDF if you'd like a handy digital version.
If you want to sample six print issues for a bargain price, subscribe for a full year, or get a regular digital edition sent directly to your device, then we have some superb deals for you to choose from. To find out how you can save up to 49% on Wireframe, head to wfmag.cc/subscribe.