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OCT #2: VAN HELSINGfeatured

Happy Halloween, Believers! I’ve just finished Roger Zelazny’s A Night In The Lonesome October and highly recommend it if you’re in the market for some spooky All Hallow’s escapism from a world-class author who’s putting his feet up and drinking a big glass of goth. This sprint we released a bunch of new stuff to Read more

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OCT #1: UDOLPHOfeatured

First things first: an announcement! We released simplified Chinese last month, which was an extremely weird but also wonderful experience. Once we’ve a few months of data I’ll write a deep-dive into the numbers, but for now, we have another long-awaited localisation to announce: RUSSIAN. Russian will first go live in an opt-in Steam beta Read more

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SEPT #3: THEODOREfeatured

“Difficulties are just things to overcome, after all,” said Ernest Shackleton, somewhere between Antarctic triumph and dying in South Georgia of an alcohol-induced heart attack. I wonder which end of that spectrum I’ll end up on? I’ve always had a thing for cold, heroic exploration. Whether it’s a first-hand account of Scott’s final expedition to Read more

What Actually Happenedfeatured

The story so far: My name’s Alexis Kennedy. With my fiancée, Lottie Bevan, I run a very small game development studio out of our London flat. I used to own and run another studio, Failbetter Games, which was a little bigger (about half a dozen employees for most of my time there, ballooning to seventeen Read more

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BLOOD SPORT: CALL-OUT CULTURE FROM THE OTHER SIDEfeatured

Update 16/01/2020: I stand by everything I’ve said below, but for a summary of cancel culture that’s 8000000 times better than anything I could produce, take a look at ContraPoint’s ‘Canceling’ video. These last few weeks have been intense. It’s been a wake-up call for me, and a confirmation that some popular forms of feminism Read more

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