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Free is Bello Magrunner: Dark Pulse Steam Frogwares

Free is Beautiful - Magrunner: Dark Pulse

Born in Kiev, Ukraine in 2000, Frogwares has produced titles such as the series dedicated to Sherlock Holmes and The Sinking City and right now is celebrating its 20 years with a series ...

Aleksei Must Die - The desperate struggle of an independent team

The story of Aleksei Nehoroskin is a mirror of this era marked by an increasingly individualistic and frayed society, it is almost no longer surprising to read about abuse and harassment in the workplace, as well as ...

Sherlock Holmes, developers accuse the publisher of impropriety

Frogwares, the development studio behind so many games on the character of Sherlock Holmes, has published a heartfelt message in which he accuses his publisher, Focus Home Interactive, of having removed some of his ...
The Sinking City, the Rotten Reality trailer online

The Sinking City, the Rotten Reality trailer online

The release of The Sinking City, scheduled for June 27, is shortly missing. Frogwares, to continue to undermine our sanity, has released a new trailer titled Rotten Reality. If you know the narrative ...

The Sinking City, the publication of the game has been postponed

A couple of weeks ago, the publication date disappeared on the Steam page dedicated to The Sinking City. Now you have the explanation.

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Cyberpunk 2077 postponed to December 10

Yet another bad news for CD Projekt Red fans. With a now familiar image with a yellow background and black text posted on your ...

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