Stealth Inc.- A Clone in the Dark’s Teleporter Chambers DLC to be free for EU customers

Stealth Inc.- A Clone in the Dark’s Teleporter Chambers DLC, which adds 20 levels, will be free to all European customers if they purchase the game between July 24 and August 7. According to Curve Studios, the same level design team which worked on the original game worked on these 20 new levels, which “maintain […]


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    Lone Survivor is heading to PS3 and Vita this summer, and Curve are handling the conversion of the 2012 indie horror title for Jasper Byrne and Superflat Games. The game will come with additional content which will initially be exclusive to the platforms, as well as Trophies, Cross-Buy and Cross-Play support. The PlayStation version of […]

  • PSA: Explodemon now available on PC

    Explodemon is now available for PC. The arcade-platformer released earlier this year on PSN can be yours through Impulse, Gamersgate or from the official website for $10. Thanks, IndieGames.

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