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Night Call

A mysterious serial killer walks the streets of Paris today. The number of bodies is increasing and the police are not about to catch the culprit. You are a taxi driver and a survivor of a killer attack. You have seven nights to help find the killer, if not … These next quarters will be far from ordinary […]

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Superliminal

Logical puzzles are one of those genres that continues to develop somewhere on the sidelines of the industry, breaking out from time to time to the general public. The Superliminal project from game designer Elbert Shea and Pillow Castle Games Studios offers a new take on the established genre, making a significant step forward since […]

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Blair Witch

The Blair Witch project came to live in 1999 with a superb movie. And having received a sequel in 2000 and a remake in 2017, it’s now up to the games to create a great horror experience. After having released on both pc and Xbox One, it is now time for the Switch to receive […]

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Star Wars Episode I: Racer

Podracing: The highly unrealistic racing pleasure from the Star Wars universe and for many besides the “Dual of the Fates” a highlight of the polarizing Episode I: The Phantom Menace of the Star Wars movies. Of course, at that time it was still common to publish one or the other video game for every successful film, […]

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Summer in Mara

Summer in Mara promises to be the ultimate summer title: vast oceans, pirates, farming, many islands, an idyllic spot, no time pressure, what more could you want. And that’s exactly it. Summer in Mara begins with a tutorial on your home island, where your grandmother teaches you everything and provides you with your first tools. I am in good spirits, […]

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Atomicrops

In Atomicrops from Bird Bath Games and Raw Fury , we have to take care of a very special crop farm . Atomicrops has been in the early access format for a long time in the Epic store and today it is officially published for everyone with a new update that includes several new features. I absolutely love the intro off Atomicrops: An old […]

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Borderlands: Legendary Collection

Announced at the end of March during a “surprise” Nintendo Direct, the Borderlands Legendary Collection marks the debut of the series on the platforms of the Japanese giant with a collection that includes the first two chapters, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and the full range of DLC published for these three titles except for Lilith and the battle for Sanctuary, […]