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Wargroove is getting a massive co-op campaign DLC for free

Wargroove is kind of a fan-favorite strategy game at Destructoid, mixing old and new school strategy design while letting us live in a fantasy-oriented Advance Wars follow-up fever dream that Nintendo just isn't interested in giving us (yet...

 
 
 
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The Chucklefish-published Starmancer is looking good

Starmancer looks like it's going to rip. Developed by Ominux Games and published by Chucklefish, who is slowly becoming one of my favorite publishers, it was shown off at the PC Gaming Show at E3 today. The idea is that you play as an AI as...

 
 
 
 
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Chucklefish is just warming up with Wargroove

While I haven't jumped on Wargroove yet, I'm super thankful Chucklefish has given Advance Wars fans something fresh to chew on. Don't get me wrong, I'll never grow bored of revisiting Intelligent Systems' uncomplicated turn-based GBA titles...

 
 
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Review: Wargroove

Wargroove is made explicitly for fans of the old Advance Wars games: the developers at Chucklefish have made no bones about it. Personally, I'm just a big fan of any turn-based strategy game, so I knew Wargroove would also be...

 
 
 
 
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Stardew Valley is headed to iOS this month and then Android

We're two weeks out from the iPhone and iPad versions of Stardew Valley. I thought I owned enough copies of the delightful farming sim, but here I go again. The mobile port sounds too good to pass up. Creator Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone has...

 
 
 
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Castlevania fans need to keep an eye on Timespinner

Now here's a name I haven't heard in years. Timespinner is a tribute to '90s action-platformers, most notably Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. It has a neat time-stopping mechanic for world traversal puzzles. You'll use melee attacks, sp...

 
 
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Horror-tinged platformer Inmost knows how to make an entrance

Stardew Valley publisher Chucklefish sure can pick 'em. The company's latest selection is Inmost, a story-driven puzzle-platformer from Hidden Layer Games that looks astounding in motion. I'm getting a nice Another World vibe from the way ...

 
 
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Review: Pocket Rumble

Pocket Rumble’s arrival on Switch comes at an awkward time. We initially found out about the port last year and it was expected to launch in the first few months of the system. That didn’t happen, obviously, and in its absence, ...

 
 
 
 
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Chucklefish's magic school sim now named WitchBrook

I liked the sound of Spellbound, but WitchBrook? Yeah, that'll probably stand out better for SEO purposes. Starbound and Wargroove developer Chucklefish has landed on that name for its upcoming wizard school simulation game. If you haven't ...

 
 
 
 
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Stardew Valley is coming to PlayStation Vita next year

Stardew Valley isn't done making the rounds. As confirmed today by Chucklefish, the farming life sim is headed to PlayStation Vita next year, and if you own it on PS4, you won't have to pay again. This is a pleasant surprise. While the team...

 
 
 
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Wargroove's map editor sounds fantastic

It's been too long since we've last touched on Wargroove, a turn-based tactical game from Chucklefish that should really speak to fans of Fire Emblem and Advance Wars. I know I'm not the only one around here who's super into this idea and h...

 
 




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