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Murder by Numbers by Mediatonic arriving in March

Murder by Numbers, Mediatonic's investigative graphic adventure, is coming to Nintendo Switch on March 5, and the following day on Steam, as announced by lead designer Ed Fear. The price is fixed ...

Mutation - Review

About a century ago, the Moon Dragon meteor crashed on the island of Mutation, with understandably devastating effects. The victims are incalculable, the side effects are unexpected: the small tropical paradise can never be the same again ...
Firmament, Kickstarter campaign successfully completed

Firmament, the Kickstarter campaign ended

The new Cyan game, Firmament, has successfully completed the Kickstarter campaign thanks to a last push by the fans. The target prefix of 1,285,000 dollars has been exceeded, reaching over 1,4 ...
Free is Bello - Deponia

Free is Bello - Deponia

Did you really want an old-fashioned graphic adventure? Free is Beautiful runs to your aid. On Indiegala is available for free download Deponia, first chapter of the Daedalic Entertainment saga. A bizarre comedy, a ...

Mount & Blade 2 will enter early access in late March

Mount & Blade 2 has been in the works for some time now, but finally good news has arrived: TaleWorlds Entertainment has announced that ...

The Witcher Season 2, announced the cast and start of filming

The Netflix TV series dedicated to The Witcher was certainly one of the phenomena of the final part of last year. Just today comes ...

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