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Lil Gator Game Is Being Published By Playtonic Friends

21 September, 2021 by

Coming from a brand new indie developer, MegaWobble is Lil Gator Game is an adorable adventure game coming to Steam and Nintendo Switch in 2022. It stars one of the cutest Alligators as they go on a journey to be a better friend. So who better to pick up the publishing rights than Playtonic Friends – the publishing arm of Playtonic Stuidos – the team behind Yooka-Laylee.

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Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic Is Getting A Full Remake

10 September, 2021 by

Opening Sony’s hefty PS5 Showcase, developers Aspyr and Lucasfilm Games have finally given us a glimpse at their up and coming project; Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic Remake. We’ve been given a short teaser trailer and some nuggets of information including what to expect from the game and where you can play it.

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Skábma Snowfall Announced, Looking Towards Early 2022 Release

7 September, 2021 by

Along with the big-budget shooters and swooping RPGs, we’re all suckers for cute and charming indie titles at VGamingNews. Skábma Snowfall from Red Stage Entertainment and PID Games certainly has oodles of charm and has been announced for a release on PC next year, and it’s one we’re keeping a close eye on.

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Crysis Remastered Trilogy Is Coming In October

2 September, 2021 by

Following on from the successful Crysis Remaster last year, Crytek today announced that the Crysis Remastered Trilogy, an all-in-one collection featuring remasters of the single-player campaigns from CrysisCrysis 2, and Crysis 3, will be releasing in October for previous and next gen consoles. If you’ve already jumped into the original, fear not as Crysis 2 Remastered and Crysis 3 Remastered will also be individually available.

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Gamescom 2021 Indie Booth Presents: When the Past Was Around

28 August, 2021 by

When the Past Was Around is a whimsical point and click adventure telling the story of a girl and her lover, who also happens to be an owl. It has been lovingly created by Mojiken Studio and published by Toge Productions. It’s out now for both consoles and Steam. Come and have a look at this short, yet stunning game.

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Gamescom 2021 Indie Booth Presents: GigaBash

28 August, 2021 by

GigaBash from Passion Republic Games is a giant, over the top online brawler featuring mechs and monsters that have been inspired by classic films and pop culture. Due for release on PC & PS4 next year, GigaBash had a new trailer debut at gamescom this year. Let’s take a look.

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Gamescom 2021 Indie Booth Presents: Operation: Tango

28 August, 2021 by

From Clever Plays Studio comes Operation: Tango, a two player co-operative game that not only requires you to work together with you teammate but relies on communication for puzzles to be solved and progress to be made. It’s out now across PlayStation & Xbox platforms as well as PC.

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Gamescom 2021 Indie Booth Presents: Lab Rat

28 August, 2021 by

Lab Rat is exactly as it sounds, you’ve somehow found yourself in a laboratory controlled by an AI program who has set about creating puzzles for you to solve. To make things easier, the machine has learned satirical humour to help you through the maze. Developed by Chump Squad, Lab Rat is coming to Steam and Xbox in 2022.

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Gamescom 2021 Indie Booth Presents: School Of Magic

28 August, 2021 by

Here’s an interesting game that’s coming from one-man dev team Part Time Indie. School Of Magic is a take on the deck building genre of games, where the action takes place as an isometric hack and slash. It’s certainly a unique concept and one we were curious to learn more about. It’s due out on Steam next year with a demo and prologue coming shortly. Let’s have a look at what the game will offer.

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Gamescom 2021: Team 17 Updates Us On A Number Of Titles

27 August, 2021 by

The publishing arm of Team 17 have released a sizzle reel featuring eleven games that will be releasing in the near future. From Action and Adventure, to First Person Shooters and beyond, there’s going to be an indie game to suit all kinds of players. Unlike the hours of videos we’ve watched over the last few days, the chaps at Team 17 have kept the trailer short but still full of useful information. Let’s have a look!

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