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    • Hannmade Studios has just uploaded their PC game "Bedtime Blues" and is available for download.  "They say a child’s imagination is pure and innocent but what if
      that child’s imagination became a nightmare?" Play as a young child surviving through the night in the pixelate horror; fight off
      your once beloved teddy bear that has taken on a mind of its own. Listen close for when it comes, scare them away with your flashlight and don’t forget
      to chuck under the bed for any monsters…. Is this nightmare real? Is it just passed your bedtime. FEATURES
      • Pixelated art style
      • Simple controls
      • Randomized AI
      • Unlockable modes (Coming Soon) Author:    hannmadestudios
      Genre:    Action, Survival Download: Bedtime Blues.rar
    • Hi guys. I know websites that indie developers can use to score free game sound effects and music
      for their games. The secret is knowing where to look. So, I’ve made the process even easier by
      compiling a list of websites that offer free game sound effects that you can use in your next
      project. Many of these sites vary from major sound databases like Freesound.org to small blog
      sites dedicated to a particular niche. It’s important when you’re using sound asset sites to check the license agreement. Each website’s
      policy and usage guidelines may vary. So, be sure to check for commercial use and whether giving
      attribution is required or not. http://kenney.nl/assets/rpg-audio http://99sounds.org/free-sound-effects/ http://soundimage.org/ https://www.lucidsamples.com/free-sample-packs/181-free-sound-effects-sfx-pack.html https://opengameart.org/art-search?keys=sounds http://www.themotionmonkey.co.uk/free-resources/retro-arcade-sounds/ https://freesound.org/ https://www.partnersinrhyme.com/pir/PIRsfx.shtml http://soundbible.com/royalty-free-sounds-1.html  
    • Just checking in. Hope to be able to contribute some stuff about indie games. Here's a cool shot from the game Rust from Facepunch Studios.
    • I've gone through 6 rounds of This War of Mine, and I know I have my main survivors I can't live without. Katia, the bargaining girl, holds a special place in my heart as the lone survivor of my first round, sadly killing Marco and Bruno during the playthrough.   Speaking of Bruno, he's also a character I like to have on my team, due to his abilities as a chef to not use up as many materials for cooking.   If you've played This War of Mine you probably have at least one or two survivors you gravitate towards as being "the best." So, who do you think are the best?
    • Hey,    I'm Alex and brand new to the site.    Snapshots about me:    I used to write for the website Nerd Underground.  I'm also a gamer (duh). I've been recently powering through Darkest Dungeon and This War of Mine.  Looking forward to writing again and being able to write about video games too.
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