Archive: 2014 November 03

Nov
03

Salem October update

Your characters are going to die if you play Salem. That’s the nature of the game. It’s an open PvP sandbox with permanent death mechanics; your end is forever waiting just around the corner. So doesn’t it make sense to […]

Nov
03

The Repopulation devs were active in October

Housing and City elements continued to receive updates this month, including the introduction of player shops. A player with a housing unit in the persistent PvE world or in one of the player cities can place down several shop vendors. […]

Nov
03

Is Tome: Immortal Arena just another MOBA?

Trying to stand out in the sea of MOBAs, Tome isn’t your conventional grind and lane game. It’s all about the action. Developer KIXEYE has taken out things like last-hitting, going back to base to heal and item recipes, focusing […]

Nov
03

The Swindle

Size Five Games, previously known as Zombie Cow Studios (the studio behind the twin-stick edutainment STD shooter Privates and point-and-click adventure titles such as Time Gentleman, Please!), has released the debut trailer for its upcoming stealth-action game The Swindle. Please […]

Nov
03

Summer Camp, survival horror insipired by slasher movies from 80's

This teaser trailer for Slasher Vol. 1: Summer Camp isn’t much to go off, but the concept — a third-person survival game inspired by ’80s slasher films — is strong enough that I’m listening. Please follow and like us:

Nov
03
Nov
03

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter had good first month

After its first month on sale, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter has sold sixty thousand copies, developer The Astronauts has revealed. The developer released a diagram (which you can find below) breaking down the sales figures by distribution service and region, […]