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Story-heavy roguelike Sunless Sea headed to iPad

The crew-eating descent into madness that is Sunless Sea is coming to iPad. BlitWorks is handling the port for Failbetter Games, and they're targeting a spring 2017 release. The studio has worked on other notable mobile adaptations like Don...

 
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Sunless Sea DLC slated for October release

Sunless Sea is one of those games on my rather impressive backlog that I’ve been meaning to check out for a fair while, but for one reason or another, have yet to play. While the Kickstarter-funded indie game did receive a rather favo...

 
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Sunless Sea celebrates submarines with a free Steam weekend

Sunless Sea is one of those games I wanted to check out last year but never got around to. I guess I should have, because it showed up on a couple of our personal game of the year lists. This weekend, I have even less of an excuse to neglec...

 
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Review: Sunless Sea

Adrift at sea in a massive underground cavern. No natural lighting to speak of. Your ship's hull has taken a beating from enemy cannon fire and giant crustaceans. Fuel and supplies are running low, but you might be able to survive the journ...

 
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Early Access Review: Sunless Sea

[Want to know how an Early Access game is coming along? Check out our Early Access Reviews, which will be a series going forward with the intent of informing you whether or not a game is worth buying into at this time.] Captain's Log: th...

 
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Failbetter Games on why it chose Kickstarter

It probably won't surprise you that at Destructoid, we get a lot of emails about Kickstarter campaigns and at times it's hard to find the really compelling ones that our readers might be care about. Despite some Kickstarter fatigue already ...

 
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Sunless Sea voyages through terror, mutiny, and insanity

Independent studio Failbetter Games is working on its second big project, after its browser game Fallen London. Set in the same universe, Sunless Sea puts the player at the helm of a ship on a sea fraught with darkness, danger, and dearth....

 

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