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29

feb.

2016

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Michał Puczyński

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News, Games

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14714
#IndieWednesedays: Overture, or what would happen if Diablo III and Zelda had an 8-bit child A quirky mix of Zelda, Diablo and Robotron, with classy pixel art graphics and huge, randomly generated levels. It's more than meets the eye.

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feb.

2016

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Michał Puczyński

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News, Games

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13865
#IndieWednesdays: meet Rogue State – probably the only 'politician sim' out there If you're looking for innovation in games, take a look at Rogue State – a political strategy about running your own Middle East country. There's literally no other game like it.

17

feb.

2016

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Alex

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11682
Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms, ein tiefes Hack'n'Slash #IndieWednesdays Euch gefällt der Diablo-Spielstil? Aber ihr findet die Story schwach? Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms kann eine gute Wahl sein. Das Interview mit dem Entwickler Games Farm durchlesen.

16

feb.

2016

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Michał Puczyński

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News, Games

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14653
Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms, a deeper kind of hack'n'slash #IndieWednesdays If you like Diablo's style of gameplay, but felt disappointed with the game's shallow lore and story, Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms might be just what you need. Learn more about the game and check out our interview with the developer Games Farm

01

feb.

2016

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Michał

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News, Games

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4627
Kinguin loves indies! Check out our Indie Wednesdays We love them for what they are. We love them for what they bring to the industry. We want to support their makers. If you feel the same about indie games, join us on Indie Wednesdays

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