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Shovel Knight 2 "will come sooner or later," says the developer

In terms of indie, there are few names that can boast a success at least similar to that of Shovel Knight. In addition to being an extremely popular and appreciated title, the franchise has created ...
Yacht Club Games

Yacht Club Games announces three new projects!

Yacht Club Games was the first independent developer to be successful thanks to the Kickstarter platform, with its retro sauce title Shovel Knight. After 7 years from the start of fundraising, the ...
Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch, new games coming in December

Nintendo Switch sees the arrival of a nice group of titles for next month, so as to help you find the perfect Christmas gift. We are now close to the end of the year, but Nintendo Switch is not ...

Yacht Club Games, the gold hook of Shovel Knight unveiled

After the rumor earlier this week, Yacht Club Games finally confirmed the existence of a gold amiibo dedicated to Shovel Knight. This particular version of the figurine, will be available, together with the Pleague Knight versions, Specter ...

Shovel Knight has passed the 2.5 million copies sold worldwide

In the past few hours the developers of the indie studio Yacht Club Games have published a long celebratory post on their official website to celebrate the five years since the release of Shovel Knight. On the occasion of ...

The latest DLC by Shovel Knight differs from the genre of the 2D platformer

Not content with simply being a guest in so many other fighting games, Shovel Knight is finally going to be the protagonist with the latest DLC coming. Titled Showdown, the new content puts 16 characters from Shovel Knight ...

Free is Beautiful - Gone Home and Hob on Epic Games ...

Also this week we have reached the now most awaited fixed appointment by housewives (so to speak; even if in this period not much). From...

Plarium Releases Casual Adventure Game 'Undersea Solitaire Tripeaks' on Mobile

First-To-Market Game that fuses Solitaire with a Narrative-Driven AdventureTEL AVIV, Israel - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Plarium, a leading developer of mobile, social, and web-based games with more than ...

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