Month: May 2021

In the deluge of hidden object games that come out each year, there are a few that stand out. There’s the campy Nightmares from the Deep series, which puts a Pirates of the Caribbean spin on Lovecraft, and there’s the Eventide series, which leans on Slavic fables to create a fantasy world that’s not your
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The Japanese government’s Official Gazette has reported this morning that The Pokemon Company recorded record profits last year. The company’s total sales reached a staggering 120 billion Yen during the fiscal year which ended on 28th February, 2021. Dr. Serkan Toto believes that this fiscal year, which started on March 2021, will surpass the record
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There are some conversations that I had as a kid that, for whatever reason, I still remember clear as day. It’s weird to remember discussions I had when I was little, because my brain transplants a very adult version of me into the memory, since that’s my perception of myself, and then I’m just a
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Out now on Xbox One and the Xbox Series X|S, King of Seas is a pirate adventure developed by 3DClouds and published by Team17. Team17 have previously been behind many of the most popular indie games to come to market, including the Overcooked! series and Golf with Your Friends. This sets pretty high expectations for
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We look at a handful of interesting Super Mario fangames that got stomped out by Nintendo’s ninjas. We speak to several hobbyist developers about their experience having their projects forcibly cancelled. SUBSCRIBE for more Mario facts ► http://bit.ly/DYKG_Subscribe AntDude ► https://youtu.be/QIv1Xgml_d8 Mario 3D World ► https://youtu.be/47D-Ddc4gfc Follow DYKG on: Twitter: http://bit.ly/2oOavs2 Instagram: http://bit.ly/2oO4jjA Facebook: http://bit.ly/2nIrFp9
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Don’t you think it’s strange that bunnies only seem to surface for an appearance during Easter festivities? Well, that’s because developers DillyFrame Games have put them to task for the rest of their days as car park attendants (Bunny Parking), warehouse workers (SokoBunny), and architects (Kick It, Bunny!). For the latest outing however, Bunny Factory,
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A group of former People Can Fly developers have banded together to work on a first-person shooter with “high-calorie” gameplay for “hardcore” players. As reported by Games Industry, Poland-based independent studio Gruby Entertainment was founded in 2020 by Grzegorz Michalak, Karol Szyszka, Paweł Siech, and Kamil Misiowiec. The group worked on titles like Outriders and Bulletstorm. Gruby
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