Monday, 28 October 2019 09:00

PC Gaming Week of October 28, 2019

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11 Total Games Curated Out of 153 Games Releasing

Percentage of All PC Games Considered: 7.19%

The following titles are what we feel are the most noteworthy games releasing this week of October 28 - November 3, 2019. The description for each title is either authored by the studio or its publisher.

Curated Indies

Ghost Parade

There’s something spooky in the woods... And it needs your help! Team up with 30 ghostly companions, each one lending a unique ability. Explore this spine-tingling scrolling action adventure and work together to get everyone safely home.

DEVELOPER: Lentera Nusantara
PUBLISHER: Aksys Games

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The Lost Cave of the Ozarks

Discover The Lost Cave of the Ozarks! As The Boy in the 1880s, you'll need your trusty lantern, wits, and imagination to navigate, solve puzzles, and confront the dangers lurking in the depths of the cave... or perhaps it's just your mind. Then, revisit the cave in present day to explore!

RELEASE DATE: Oct 28, 2019
DEVELOPER: Rubber Garden
PUBLISHER: Rubber Garden

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In Afterparty, you are Milo and Lola, recently deceased best buds who suddenly find themselves staring down an eternity in Hell. But there's a loophole: outdrink Satan and he'll grant you re-entry to Earth.

DEVELOPER: Night School Studio
PUBLISHER: Night School Studio

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Song of Horror is a survival horror adventure. Face the manifestations of the Presence, an unpredictable, eldritch AI that reacts to your way of playing: you won't experience two exact gameplays.

RELEASE DATE: October 31 - 7.99 $/€
DEVELOPER: Protocol Games
PUBLISHER: ? Raiser Games

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The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s Creature

Write your own version of Mary Shelley's classic novel in a narrative adventure game with a captivating beauty.

RELEASE DATE: Oct 31, 2019
DEVELOPER: La Belle Games, ARTE France

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Fear the Dark Unknown

The clock is ticking and the survival game can no longer be stopped. James and Chloe have been chosen and nothing will ever be the same again after discovering the Dark Unknown.

RELEASE DATE: Oct 31, 2019
DEVELOPER: Dreamlight Games Studios SL
PUBLISHER: Dreamlight Games Studios SL

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Salting the Earth

A visual slice-of-life romance about building trust, settling differences and a Nymph protagonist pining for muscular women.

RELEASE DATE: Oct 31, 2019
DEVELOPER: BitterBerries
PUBLISHER: BitterBerries

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Race With Ryan

Ryan’s World has come to life, and it’s every bit as colorful, fun and fast as you imagined. So pick a racer, head to one of six magical locations, and step on the gas to show your friends and family who the fastest racer really is.

RELEASE DATE: Nov 1, 2019
PUBLISHER: Outright Games Ltd

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Reiko's Fragments (Early Access)

Reiko's Fragments VR vs Crowd game, the VR player must escape a haunted house, a vengeful ghost and even worse, their friends playing as spirits who have full control over the house they're trying to escape!

RELEASE DATE: Oct 28, 2019
DEVELOPER: Pixel Canvas Studios
PUBLISHER: Pixel Canvas Studios

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A VR escape room thriller that takes you to the darkest corners of the human mind. You will find yourself in a mysterious alpine cabin, captured by the Krampus Killer. Take on the role of a criminal profiler and solve the riddles laid out by the killer, emerging deeper and deeper into his psyche.

RELEASE DATE: Oct 30, 2019
DEVELOPER: anotherworld GmbH
PUBLISHER: anotherworld GmbH

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I will eat you

I will eat you! Run, hide, shout and try to survive in the game, full of fun and funny moments. Play with random players or with friends. But whatever you do, DO NOT ENTER THE DEN OF THE BEAST!

RELEASE DATE: Oct 30, 2019

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