“Toem” photographic video game released in September – The Hollywood Reporter

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Toem Launch this month on consoles

Swedish studio Something We Made announced that its hand-drawn photographic adventure game Toem launches September 17 for PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.

The game takes place in the landscapes of Scandinavia, with architectural environments as well as high peaks. Players can even travel by bus!

Lost to chance Head to the consoles

This gothic fairytale action-adventure game is developed by Swedish game studio Zoink and released under EA Originals.

Players will explore the Realm of Chance and meet its inhabitants as they embark on a journey with Even and his sidekick Dicey to break the Curse of Chance.

Lost to chance releases for PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S / X, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Origin and Steam on September 10.

Three puzzle games come to change

Developer and publisher Draknek & Friends released three of their Nintendo Switch games: The Chemical Puzzle Sokobond, snowball making simulator A good snowman is difficult to build, and brain tester Cosmic Express.

The studio was founded by Alan Hazelden in 2013. His publishing debut, Bonfire peaks, will launch on September 30 on Steam.

Retro platform ZOMBEEZ: a remix of Killer Queen Launch for a limited time on PC

From BumbleBear Games, this single player game in the Killer Queen franchise will be available on PC through Steam until the official release of the Arcade Edition of the title in 2022.

Pirate-themed online multiplayer arcade game released on Steam Early Access

From Will Winn Games, which was created out of Michigan State University’s Game Development Program, Looting panic releases on Steam Early Access on September 17th.

The game can incorporate up to 12 players, with rival crews battling it out on rough and tumultuous seas.

New studio raises funds for Community Sandbox MMORPG

Clockwork Labs is a new entirely remote studio run by Tyler Cloutier and Alessandro Asoni, engineers with credits on games such as Mobile strike and War game.

The company will focus on games that encourage social interaction and cooperation and has raised $ 4.3 million in funding to support its first game, a community sandbox MMORPG.

Michael E. Marquez