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Queen Bee Games’ Onion Force Enters Critical Phase

Canadian-Based Game Developer, Queen Bee Games’ “Onion Force” enters critical phase on Steam Greenlight™.    Queen Bee Games announces their first action adventure game, Onion Force, has entered the Steam Greenlight™ program.   Prince Edward Island, Canada – December 3, 2015  Canadian game developer Queen Bee Games’ first action adventure game, Onion Force, has entered Steam Greenlight™, a system that enlists the community’s […]

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Onion Force Embraces New Name On Steam Greenlight

Originally called Dirty Rascals, Queen Bee Games decided to give their indie title an appellation overhaul and call it Onion Force. The new name hopes to better clarify the intent of the game while holding on to the quirky themes that drew games to the title when it was first called Dirty Rascals. I might […]

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IndiEx Games Partners With Playism To Release Indies In China

For more than six years the team at Double Plus Good Games has been about celebrating the best games, the best developers and the greatest experiences the games industry has to offer.   Recently, we partnered with IndiEx Games to help indie game developers publish their titles in emerging markets and today we are proud to announce a new […]

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E3 2014: Top 5 Moments of the Microsoft Press Event

The prE3-show (see what I did there?) has kicked off in style with Microsoft leading the charge. Phil Spencer opened the show with class by including Nintendo and Sony in his opening speech about the oncoming storm that is the E3 show floor, binding us all together as brothers in this wonderful hobby we all […]

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ASTEBREED PV, Lords of Thunder Fans Rejoice!

ASTEBREED, the newest game from developer Edelweiss, made a strong showing at PAX East this week at the Indie MEGAcade. Taking the famous and beloved Lords of Thunder aesthetic and mechanics, while freshening up the affair with its own tricks and systems, the game aims to please with gorgeous visuals, and impeccable control. It also […]

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++Review – Witch and the Hundred Knight

It is now, in the waning days of the previous console generation, that the straggling releases condemned to debut at the end of the line have the greatest chance of being completely overlooked. The causes for this are wide and varied, from the notoriously short print runs of the final few Saturn games, to the […]

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