We have covered the e-Sports and Gaming Summit since it started in 2014. It 's been a blast and it's great running around the halls yet again for a third time. But one of the best things for checking out the event each year is witnessing the progress of a title you first saw in it's infancy.
There was once a game called Project CQB developed by Nico Tuason, and it was featured to the public at the first ESGS. Since then, it has evolved into a title called Lithium City. We played the first 6 levels and talked to Nico Tuason about the current state of this Isometric Shooter.
Lithium City has no release date at the moment but is currently at Steam's Greenlight program.