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Tale of Tales is known for developing obscure, sometimes creepy games such as The Path and The Graveyard. Its latest game, Bientôt l'été fits with the developer's track record, though it appears to be much more subdued and thoughtful in its tone compared to the aforementioned g...

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December 15, 2012 at 6:00PM
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Apple's platform has lately become the premiere place to find Tale of Tales' unique brand of art games. Just recently, the studio released its meditation on morality, Veritas, to the App Store, and it's following that up today with a port of its debut game, The Graveyard, for $1.99. If you're unfami...

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All week, Joystiq will be revealing the 25 finalists for the IndieCade: International Festival of Independent Games, set to take place October 10 through 17 in Bellevue, Washington. The winners will be announced on October 11. The Graveyard (website) The casual gamer might get bogged down by the pr...

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One of the things we made sure to do at E3 this year was to spend a significant amount of time with the IndieCade folks. Then we sat on that info long enough for some of these games to get picked up, have a successful release, come out with sequels, spawn movies, novels, comic books, become part o...

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We're of the sound opinion that not enough games let you control feeble old women on the verge of death. Thankfully, here comes The Graveyard, an art game by IGF-winning developer Tale of Tales, which places players in the role of an elderly woman visiting a cemetery. The game is incredibly short ...

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