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[Unboxing] Eternum EX

November 27, 2021 |

Are you ready for a new unboxing weekend? Then come check out Eternum EX on Nintendo Switch from Red Art Games!

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[Nintendo Switch] Lone McLonegan: A Western Adventure Review

November 19, 2021 |

Lone McLonegan: A Western Adventure from Sonomio Games and Flynns Arcade is an old-school style point and click game on Nintendo Switch. Check our Lone McLonegan: A Western Adventure review!

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[Nintendo Switch] What Comes After Review

April 26, 2021 |

What Comes After from Flynn’s Arcade, fahmi, and and Rolling Glory Jam is a 2D adventure about learning to love yourself. Check our review!

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[Beyond PlayStation] Kolumno Review

January 19, 2021 |

Kolumno from Flynn’s Arcade Publishing and Devilish Games is a fun, relaxing minimalist puzzle game on Nintendo Switch. Learn more in our Kolumno review!

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[ Interview] Radin Games On Eternum EX

October 17, 2018 |

We’re currently working on a review for Eternum Ex, so I got in touch with Radin Games to talk about its development for Nintendo Switch. Come check it out!

PS4Blog: Hi! Welcome to Could you help us get started by telling our readers a bit about yourself and your wokr?

I am one of those crazy people who try to make video games in an artisan way and without following fashions or trends.

I grew up playing arcade cabinets and 8-bit computers, and ever since I can remember … I have been making video games.

I started on a ZX Spectrum with rubber keys, followed by a Commodore Amiga. I wrote interactive fiction works, and at a time when I did not enjoy any of the games I saw, I made a mashup of my favorite arcade cabinet games. The result from this was the first version of Eternum.

In conjunction with Flynn’s Arcade, I developed Eternum Ex, an extended and revamped version of the game of which we are enormously proud.

Right now my goal is to make new “classic-like” arcade games, worked over a slow flame, with the real feeling of the 1980s and 1990s arcade cabinets of the era: direct, frenetic and addictive

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