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Gods Will Be Watching is one of the best games I've ever hated. It's more fun to unpack than to play, and easier to admire than love. It looks like a classic point-and-click adventure, with pixel-thin characters standing on stilt legs as they spew sci-fi exposition in chunky text, but Gods Will Be Watching is no cousin to the classic LucasArts line. And unlike...

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For a good time, call Devolver

Founded in 2009 in Austin, Texas, Devolver Digital has gained a reputation for introducing the mainstream audience to games with undeniable personality that might have otherwise been overlooked. "When you read Twitter and you follow a bunch of game developers, it's easy to forget that most...

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Gods Will Be Watching grants 'mercy' in recent update

Gods have been watching you, Gods Will Be Watching players. And after many a curse word was thrown at the screen and much hatred – loving hatred – was poured from your souls, developer Deconstructeam has opted to grant mercy. Yesterday, Gods Will Be Watching was given "The Mercy...

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Gods Will Be Watching Review: Morality After Math

Gods Will Be Watching is one of the best games I've ever hated. It's more fun to unpack than to play, and easier to admire than love. It looks like a classic point-and-click adventure, with pixel-thin characters standing on stilt legs as they spew sci-fi exposition in chunky text, but Gods Will...

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Gods can be listening to the Gods Will Be Watching soundtrack

The soundtrack to Deconstructeam's Gods Will Be Watching is available on creator fingerspit's Bandcamp page for your listening pleasure, publisher Devolver Digital recently announced on Twitter. We've taken a few looks at the point-and-click PC game over the course of its development, up to and...

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Live Look: Gods Will Be Watching

Gods Will Be Watching, the new adventure game from Spain's Deconstructeam and publisher Devolver Digital, doesn't like you. It has absolutely no problem telling you very quickly just how much it doesn't like you. Across the science-fiction parable's six diverse chapters, just one wrong decision...

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Gods will be launching tomorrow, prepare with trailer

And on the twenty-third day of July, lo did publisher Devolver Digital bestow upon the world a new trailer for Deconstructeam's point-and-be-sad-click game, Gods Will Be Watching. And thus did Joystiq readers weep, for they knew the many feels the game would bring on the morrow, when it...

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Gods Will Be Watching the game's July 24 release

Gods Will Be Watching, the point-and-click adventure of not happy things, will be available July 24 on PC, Mac, and Linux across many of your favorite digital distribution platforms (Steam, GOG and Humble). The game will be available in a stress and panic versions, which are simply being named...

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Joystiq Streams: You, Me, and Gods Will Be Watching [UPDATE: It's over!]

Gods Will Be Watching is appropriately named. The idea of all-powerful beings observing you – passively omniscient, always there and out of sight – is disconcerting, and Deconstructeam's adventure game conjures up that paranoia with just a title and the angular look of its pixelated...

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Point-and-click thriller Gods Will Be Watching stares down a June launch

Gods Will Be Watching is a dark, depressing and mentally taxing point-and-click adventure from Deconstructeam and Hotline Miami publisher Devolver Digital, due out in June for PC, Mac and Linux. Note that when we say "dark, depressing and mentally taxing," we mean it in the most fun way possible....

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Crowdfund Bookie, August 11 - 17: 7 Days to Die, Yatagarasu Attack on Cataclysm

The Crowdfund Bookie crunches data from select successful Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns that ended during the week and produces pretty charts for you to look at. It was an active week in crowdfunding, as the Kickstarter campaigns for 7 Days to Die, Legend of Iya, Tangiers, Balrum, Candle,...

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