Lightning Rod Games took to the Kinda Funny Showcase last weekend to show off a new trailer for their paper puzzle game based on long-distance relationships A Fold Apart.
You can check out the trailer below which confirms a 2019 release date and that it will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.
Do you like #puzzlegames with an emotional story?— A Fold Apart - Lightning Rod Games (@LRGthunder) November 1, 2018
Have you ever been in a #longdistancerelationship?
How about #papercraft + #origami?@AFoldApart is a 3D puzzle game about the emotional struggle of a long distance relationship in a world of folding paper. pic.twitter.com/QIETEQZwWb
Quebec developer Sabotage have released their free DLC titled ‘Picnic Panic’ for The Messenger on all platforms.
Cococucumber has announced that their colourful hack-n-slash will be coming to Switch, with a new world planned for PS4, Xbox One, and PC versions.
We discussed Darwin Project on our latest Podcast - a battle royale game from Montreal developer Scavengers Studios. The twist of which is that, similar to Hunger Games, there is a Dungeon-Master type character that can control various parts of the match.
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It’s been a few years since Axon Interactive Quench was successfully funded on Kickstarter, and now we have a release month as well as upcoming system releases. The storydriven puzzle game will launch next month on Steam, Nintendo Switch, and itch.io. The Switch version will also contain HD rumble, and touch controls.