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Blood of the Werewolf eyes Q2 console launch window

Midnight City, Majesco's indie publishing label, has announced launch timetables for two of its upcoming games. Blood of the Werewolf, which launched on Steam last year, will stalk Xbox 360 and PS3 sometime between April and the end of June, while Avalanche 2: Super Avalanche will hit Steam this...

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Indie Capsule Bundle: Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, Blood of the Werewolf, more for $3.49

The Indie Capsule Bundle is now live, and gives buyers seven games for $3.49. The bundle, slated to end on January 7, is hosted through Bundle Stars and hand-picked by Capsule Computers. Those that pick up the Indie Capsule Bundle will receive Steam keys for the following seven games:...

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Slender: The Arrival, Blood of the Werewolf hit Steam at a 20% discount

Blood of the Werewolf and Slender: The Arrival are now available on Steam, bringing a batch of Greenlight-approved horror to this week's Halloween festivities. Slender: The Arrival is a reimagining of the first-person indie freeware hit Slender: The Eight Pages, developed by Blue Isle Studios in...

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Steam Greenlights Neverending Nightmares, Fran Bow, Fotonica

Steam Greenlit 37 games and software titles today, and this batch has a distinctly eerie vibe that we'll attribute to our proximity to Halloween. Games include the crowdfunded insane asylum adventure Fran Bow, the similarly psychological Neverending Nightmares, the grim platformer Blood of the...

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Not on Steam Sale: 35 indie games that aren't on Steam, are on sale

The Not on Steam Sale is both the opposite of a Steam sale and strikingly similar to one: It features more than 35 games, each up to 50 percent off for one week only, but none of these games are available on Steam – yet. Most of the games are on Greenlight, waiting for their chance to enter...

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Call of Duty to Blood of the Werewolf: Nathaniel McClure's indie tale

Nathaniel McClure thought his resume would make it easy to break into the indie game industry. He worked at Activision for years, starting in 2002 with QA and quickly rising to producer on a host of AAA games, including Star Wars Jedi Knight 2, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, and a lineup of Call of...

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