Cat Quest III Preview: First Impression of the Long-Awaited Sequel

We had the opportunity to play a preview version of Cat Quest III, and we’re excited to share our impressions. Cat Quest III’s game world looks better than ever. Developed by the Singaporean studio The Gentlebros, Cat Quest III is the third instalment in a series of action RPGs featuring cartoonish cats, strongly emphasising exploration […]

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Retro Shooter Mala Petaka’s Demo hits Doom Fans with a Boom

Can it get even more old-school? With Mala Petaka, a retro shooter in the style of Doom awaits us, in which we shoot aliens which, with their 2D cartoon style, could come straight from a game of the early Nintendo era. Today, the developer released a demo that we tried out right away.

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The arcades will soon reopen! Virtually, at least

Who hasn’t missed the arcades? That gloomy twilight, the deafening volume of children playing and sound of arcade games, the flashing lights and that exhilarating feeling of inserting a coin and daring another game. Some of you are probably waiting impatiently to see when the arcades will reopen again.

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Preview: Kainga Is A Competent Village-Builder Still Struggling With Its Roguelike Features

Kainga: Seeds of Civilization is a strategy game by solo developer Erik Rempen, based in Thailand. Combining into a hybrid of city/village-builder and roguelike games, Kainga challenges players to build their own civilization in a beautiful, mythical, yet hostile world. Kainga integrates gameplay from traditional real-time strategy games such as Age of Empires or Red Alert with more complex sim building games such as Pharaoh or the Civilization series. On top of that, there are some elements of roguelike games, where the death of a single central unit will result in an instant loss.

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New Photo-Exploration Game Petit Island Announced

A new adventure called Petit Island comes from Xelo Games, makers of the acclaimed Escape from Naraka. Again, we explore a beautiful surrounding inspired by the studio’s home island Bali, but it will be a much more relaxing experience this time.

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The Signal State Will Be Broadcasting Soon

The apocalypse is over, but the world lies in shatters, and now it is up to a few people to rebuild it. A typical trope of such post-apocalyptic scenarios is the recycling of old technologies. But did knowledge of these machines survive the disaster? In The Signal State, we take on the role of a technician who acquires this knowledge step by step.

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