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Frostpunk: The Last Autumn - Review

Frostpunk continues to ride the wave of success. The game, published two years ago, has been positively received by the public and critics. The title is developed by 11 bit studios, an eclectic software house that ...
Frostpunk: The Last Autumn

Frostpunk: The Last Autumn, the expansion will be published in January

11 bit studios announced that the Frostpunk: The Last Autumn expansion will be released on 21 January 2020 for PC. The versions for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will have to wait a while. The expansion, included in ...
Frostpunk, huge sales success one year after its release

Frostpunk, huge sales success in the first year

Released a year ago, Frostpunk was developed by the same authors of the beautiful This War of Mine. Based in Warsaw, Poland, already with their previous work 11 Bit Studio had wanted ...
Frost Punk

Frostpunk has scheduled several free additions for the 2018

Frostpunk, the city builder hybrid - survival game created by the developers of This War of Mine, had a noteworthy debut, with over 250.000 copies sold on Steam in the first three days after ...
Frost Punk

Frostpunk, excellent results for the game of 11 bit studios

Frostpunk, a hybrid game between city-builder and survival game developed by the creators of This War of Mine, 11 bit studios, has sold 250.000 copies in exactly 66 hours. Besides being good news for the studio, ...

Onward: Beyond magic - Review

In a world populated by fantasy creatures of all kinds, who too accustomed to the comforts offered by modern world technology have forgotten how ...

Liege Dragon RPG available on iOS and Android

The Japanese role-playing game is now a type of video game that, in the PC and especially console, seems to be increasingly linked to ...

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