It's a little later than expected, due to a last minute bug that needed fixing, but Microsoft has finally launched the Windows 10 April 2018 Update. The title is dry, but the updates are good, especially if you're coming from Google's Chrome OS or Apple's macOS. In those cases you might notice some, uh, familiar features. It's almost like Microsoft picked through some of the coolest features its competitors have and finally put them into Windows.
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Tacoma is a narrative game about chasing ghosts. Set in the future aboard a large space station, players search for answers in augmented reality recordings of past events. The digital remnants of the station's crew steal romantic moments, play video games and strum guitars. These shadows are all too human, and observing them is a haunting and captivating experience.
Fidel Dungeon Rescue is an upcoming puzzle game about a puppy plunging into dangerous dungeons. You must dispose of enemies using their weaknesses all while never doubling back to a tile you've already touched. It's tricky but adorable. It's this week's indie pick.
Sky Rogue looks like it was ripped right out of an arcade. Colourful graphics, fun combat, and wonderfully realised community content combine for a damn good time.
Catacomb Kids is a mix between a roguelike and a platformer, with equal parts magic potions and goomba stomps. You can also chop body parts off pretty much everything. It's one heck of a challenge and a damn Cool Indie Game.
Ladykiller in a Bind is full of sex. Naughty, dirty sex. It's a fun visual novel that let me explore BDSM and consent. For those of you feeling a little timid, the game's new update adds a few features to keep things PG-13.
Since June, Chinese players have been bombarding strategy game Endless Legend with poor reviews after developer Amplitude Studios removed a mod for Chinese language support that linked to a pirated version of the game. Last night, other players took to Reddit and organised to vote the game's rating back up.
For the first time ever, Apple has been forced to shut down a ransomware attack targeting Mac users running OS X. The file-encrypting malware is embedded in version 2.90 of the BitTorrent client Transmission and demands a bitcoin payment of approximately $400. If you are using Transmission 2.90, you are advised to delete it immediately. Here are the steps you need to take.