Raw Fury has revealed Kingdom Two Crowns: Dead Lands, a free new update for the hit micro-strategy game featuring content inspired by and in collaboration with the gothic horror action-RPG Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. A dark and completely new setting that will change how you rule your Kingdom, Dead Lands will be available on April 28 on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam, as well as with the long-awaited launch of Kingdom Two Crowns on iOS and Android that same day. For the first time ever, Kingdom players will not only be able to change … Continue reading Kingdom Two Crowns: Dead Lands Announces Bloodstained Crossover Event
Raw Fury and indie developer Bird Bath Games have revealed that on May 28, Atomicrops will come to Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 for the very first time, as well as officially launch out of early access on PC via the Epic Games Store. All content and improvements added to the PC version of the game during early access will be available on consoles on day one, including a major update bringing two new spouses, new mushroom power-ups, and a total of 10 difficulty tiers with score multipliers! Publishers: Raw Fury Developers: Bird Bath Games Platforms: Epic Games … Continue reading Farm, Marry and Kill in Upcoming Atomicrops Game
This week we launch the inaugural Modern Gamer column with brand new GiN Host Melissa Pierce. She’ll be taking over the Time Waster slot on Saturdays. First up, a game that has slowly expanded to every single gaming platform, the odd but good GoNNER.
Set in the dark streets of Paris and seen through the rainy windows of a busy night shift taxi, you play a driver with a silver tongue in the Noir-like adventure Night Call. Talk to your passengers. Observe the world around you. And don’t get framed for your own attempted murder.
We are taking a look at Kingdom: New Lands this week, a new side scrolling strategy game from developer Noio and publisher Raw Fury. You read that right, it’s a side scrolling strategy game. While that might seem odd, the simple controls conceal a bevy of interesting and deadly strategic choices.