Luma Arcade has been getting a lot of attention regarding a game being developed in-house called The Harvest, which was announced by Microsoft at GDC and MIX in San Francisco and Las Vegas earlier this month. It was built on Luma’s in-house 3D rendering engine built on the XNA Game Studio 4.0 framework. The Harvest runs on what Microsoft is calling the ”Three Screens”, namely the Xbox360, Windows PC and the new Windows Phone 7 Series.
Take a look at some of the inside scoop from Slashgear, Engadget and AnandTech.
In the game world, the player must fight through the decayed remnants of an ancient holy city many years after a vicious alien invasion in order to save what is left of humanity.
More info on the Windows Phone 7 here.
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