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Moebial Studios Details Aquamarine, Kickstarter Pushed Back To October 2

Aquamarine is an interesting little title that I had the pleasure of trying firsthand at Play NYC. It was supposed to launch on Kickstarter sometime in September, but the developer…

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ESC Games Brings Great Entertainment To Big Events

ESC Games is a company that I first learned about after 2017’s Playcrafting Bit Awards. The afterparty was hosted in a small Manhattan location and featured several original multiplayer titles…

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Sumer Sees Success On Switch While Development Continues

Sumer is a title that holds a dear place in my heart for neatly combining tabletop games and video games into one fun package. It first debuted on Kickstarter in…

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Rupie Sets Out To Be A Game Changer For Indie Development

Play NYC 2018 had over a hundred developers and nearly twice as many games. Rupie was a company that I was particularly keen on talking to, if only for the…

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Play NYC Returns With Great Games & Ambitious Goals

The world of gaming conventions grows ever larger, and for the longest time there was a distinct void in the New York City area. Despite being a major city on…

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Satisfactory Interview – Oscar Jilsén, Orbital Elevators, And The Nitty Gritty

Satisfactory is the latest game under development from Coffee Stain Studios, the same people behind the classic meme-fest game Goat Simulator. The game itself certainly looks interesting—fans of titles like Factorio surely…

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UncensorPat.ch Fights Censorship In Steam’s Adult Games

Video games are, by far, the largest entertainment industry on the planet. As with most entertainment industries, a subset of these games are focused on adult themes, many of which…

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Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition Offers Beamdog Its Best Chance At Longterm Success

In 2002, Bioware released Neverwinter Nights. It joined a handful of games based on the ruleset of Dungeons & Dragons at the time, although it possessed several novel features that set it…

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A Talk With The Developers Behind The New Bubsy

Earlier this year, I had a chance to talk with some of the developers behind the upcoming Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back. Those folks are Black Forest Games, who previously had…

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Play NYC 2017 – A Conversation With Frank DiCola About Where Shadows Slumber

A bit over a year ago, a game called Where Shadows Slumber had caught my attention at the 2016 Playcrafting Spring Expo. I got a card from the developer and decided…