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10.10.2019
Shadow games

Shadow games

(Danila Morozov “Shadow”) The first massive drops of rain started to beat against the window, and a tremendous crash of thunder rolled over the wetlands. Seconds later a deluge began, connecting the land and the sky with a uniform sheet of gray water, which triggered a local gravitational anomaly that

03.10.2019
Ghosts of Zona

Ghosts of Zona

(Lukas Sokolov, “Priest”, Lidya Gavrilov, “Sharp”, Andriej Smirnov, “Rat”) The pack of mutated wolves circled right, and their black-furred leader howled, sensing a prey. About twenty gray shapes blending with the bleak surroundings followed the leader and sped up, soon disappearing behind an outbuilding of the Emission Observatory. Lidya could

02.10.2019
Essen 2019 - preorders are now open!

Essen 2019 - preorders are now open!

Hello dear gamers :) We've prepared a preorder form, if you are willing to order our games and pick them up at upcoming Essen Trade Fair (24-27 of October 2019), please fill it in:https://forms.gle/ustR4HonNe2n4ZSp8 If you are willing to order games directly please send an email to our online store

26.09.2019
A drunkard’s story

A drunkard’s story

(Drunkard Kostia Fiodorov, “Professor”, Misfit Savva Koshnienko, “Golem”, Loner Oleg Voronin, “Growler”) “Move, old man!” shouted a young, sandy-haired scavenger and banged on the table where Kostia Fiodorov was drinking. “It looks you’ve had enough vodka for today. How can you even afford it?” The scavenger’s companions laughed, and one

19.09.2019
Lessons to learn

Lessons to learn

(Mercenary, Ivan Golubiev, “Spec”, Tamara Petrenko, “Tourist”, prospector, Valerian Kruglov, “Trapper”) “Shoot it! Shoot it!” Valerian screamed, crashing through the bushes. He looked over his shoulder and wished he had not—the mutant, a hideous black mass of bulging muscles and slashing claws, was just behind him. Valerian gasped and tried

12.09.2019
Best left forgotten

Best left forgotten

It was awfully loud in the Hind. After all, the machine wasn’t built for comfort – it was an instrument of death, as many Afghan rebels once learned. Of course, Mikhail Kuznetsov knew that, but as he endured the noise and constant rattling, he realized how he had grown accustomed