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Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition Makes its Way to Consoles

Three Fourths Home, a visual short story, is heading to consoles. The critically-acclaimed narrative experience will soon be available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and...

Megamagic: Wizards of the Neon Age Summons 80s and 90s Nostalgia

Spanish studio BeautiFun Games is invoking all kinds of elements to draw gamers to their next project. Those who lived through the ’80s and ’90s – and...

Award-Winning Lumino City Lights Up on Mobile

State of Play Games, authors of multiple award-winning Lumino City, are giving people another opportunity to experience their game. Those who missed out on the Windows...

Healing Process: Tokyo Combats Depression’s Inner Demons

A throwback to Sierra Games’ adventures coupled with modern sandbox design? It sounds like an unusual combination, and yet Healing Process: Tokyo plans on shaking...

I’m Joshua Tackles Human Trafficking and Slavery in the South

In the beginning of the 19th century, not everyone’s trip to the New World was of their own volition. Studio Dysotek is crafting a story revolving around slave...

Larry Elmore’s Snarf Comes to Life in SnarfQuest Tales

Snarf (not the one from ThunderCats) is a comic hero who goes way back to Dragon Magazine, an old-school, nerdy publication from the 1980’s. His creator, Larry...

Adventure Game Désiré Peers at the World Through a Color-Blind Lens

Folks like me who can see colors probably can’t truly appreciate the ability. Color vision deficiency affects one in 12 males on average, and the protagonist of...

Pankapu: the Dreamer Draws on Nostalgia and Tribal Inspirations

Too Kind Studio harkens back to old-school 2D platformers with Pankapu: the Dreamer, referencing the simpler, fun, but imaginative games from our...

Reflections Preview – Muddy Waters

Video games offer the chance for players to both tell their own story and easily experience diverse viewpoints. Broken Window Studios, known for their horror production...

Home is Where One Starts Explores Childhood Memories

Home is Where One Starts is described as “a short, first-person exploration game in the same vein as Dear Esther or Gone Home.” The game is focused on...