Children of Morta, the stylish and rather strange RPG is a good name, no two ways about it. The graphical prowess on display for an otherwise simple setup is superb. Developer Dead Mage has managed to craft a story where players feel invested in the adventures of the Bergson family. The story follows a desperate
Frotspunk, that strange mixture of dystopian climate disaster pulled right from the likes of Snowpiercer, thrown in with plenty of steampunk flair, offered a really incredible experience for city-builder fans. Sure, you can rain down meteors in Cities: Skylines, but will you have to deal with rebellious serfs who are continually angry that they’re freezing
This War of Mine has been putting out a variety of DLC components within the Stories line. These pieces of content introduced new gameplay mechanics, characters, settings and items to the game. Occasionally the developers also introduce new story elements that shakeup the monotony of existing in this hellish warzone, if there ever was such
Frostpunk is already a Dickensian nightmare, what with its Victorian Steampunk aesthetic and constant strife, but now 11 bit Studios is leaning fully into its roots with the launch of a new holiday-themed update constructed around an iconic bit Dickens literature. In the new A Christmas Carol update for Frostpunk, which is free for all
11 Bit Studios is bringing out a new update for their brutal and cold city-builder, Frostpunk, this time, we’re getting an endless sandbox mode for players to goof around in. The newest DLC for the game will add a sort of sandbox mode built around four different maps, each one with their own unique challenges.
Nintendo has just announced another new game for the Switch, and this time it’s a definite tonal shift with the introduction of This War of Mine to the portable console. 11 Bit Studios is working with publisher Deep Silver to bring a fully complete version of the gritty simulation to the console later this month.
For the 4th anniversary of the original launch of This War of Mine, 11 bit Studios has teamed up with award-winning writer Meg Jayanth, most known for 80 Days, to create some new story DLC for the incredibly dark yet strangely fun adventure title that simulates surviving in a desperate war zone. The first of
Digital Sun Games and 11 Bit Studios have announced the release date for Moonlighter, the indie action-RPG, on the Switch. The game places the player into the shoes of Will. He’s an unassuming shopkeeper by day, selling all the typical weapons, potions and other items an RPG universe needs. But once night falls, monsters of