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26

feb.

2016

Auteur

Marta Peksa

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News, Games

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14380
5 Wicked Games Based on Fairy Tales! Fairy Tales are rather short fantasy stories in which bad characters always do bad things and good ones try to stop them. A princess vs an evil queen, a dragon vs a knight, a fairy vs a witch, etc, etc. So much magic, yet no surprises - the scheme is simple and repeatable. From the first page you know exactly who’s going to win and how the story ends.The moral is: Booooring!

01

feb.

2016

Auteur

Michał

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News, Games

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4640
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

06

okt.

2015

Auteur

Marta Peksa

Categorie

News, Games

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6070
Top 5 Best Animal Buddies in Videogames! Recently we've celebrated World Animal Day, so it';s the perfect reason to recall the best videogames where this rare connection between animal and human becomes an important element of the plot.

15

jul.

2015

Auteur

Marta

Categorie

News

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6727
United we stand – Crowdfunding in videogames! Imagine a huge piggy bank and thousands of people dropping money into it… well, basically that’s what Crowdfunding is. How about a piggy bank with these words on it: FOR A VIDEO GAME!

Not only for bookworms!  Games based on literature. It's pretty common for modern media to adapt books. We went a step further and looked for games you would NEVER believe were based on books. Some of them are really mind-boggling.

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