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Posts tagged “Wadjet Eye”

Richard Cobbett & Wadjet Eye’s vampire RPG Nighthawks swoops onto Kickstarter

Announced last month, Nighthawks is a narrative-heavy vampire RPG with a modern True Blood-esque setting. It's a collaboration between RPS pal Richard Cobbett and prolific point-and-click adventure studio Wadjet Eye (Unavowed). Before it can spread its leathery wings, Nighthawks needs funding to get off the ground, leading us to Kickstarter. The world is a vampire, after all. Below - in lieu of a regular Kickstarter…

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How Wadjet Eye’s Unavowed merges RPGs and point and click adventures

I'll always be excited when a new Dave Gilbert game is on the horizon. Since I first played The Shivah [official site] in 2006, a murder mystery more concerned with the Jewish faith than gangsters and gumshoes, I've felt I'm in safe hands with almost anything Gilbert puts out under his Wadjet Eye label. That includes games that he publishes as well as those he…

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Wadjet Eye Interview: Urban Fantasy Adventure Unavowed Returns To World Of Blackwell Series

Part RPG, part adventure game, Unavowed is the next project from Wadjet Eye Games founder Dave Gilbert and even though it features entirely new characters, it takes place in the same world as the wonderful Blackwell series. I met with Gilbert at GDC and he explained the game's origins and intricacies, as well as talking about his love of urban fantasy, and his development as…

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Mourning Glory: The Shivah – Kosher Edition

Wadjet Eye are situated within an extremely comfortable niche. I think it's a niche. It's bigger than a cranny or a nook but probably not big enough to be referred to as a rift. I haven't played all of the company's published output, which includes externally developed titles as well as their internal creations, but despite my fondness for the Blackwell series, The Shivah is…

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