2020 Gets Worse, Somehow, With A Cannibal Holocaust Game

Ah yes, just what 2020 needs – a Cannibal Holocaust game! It seems our prayers have been answered.

In 1980, Italian director Ruggero Deodato thought it would be a good idea to create a movie that would go down in history as one of the most controversial films ever made. That film is Cannibal Holocaust, and it follows the extremely disturbing story of a professor stumbling across a lost film shot by a missing film crew who wanted to document the Amazon’s indigenous cannibalistic tribes.

But seriously, the on-screen brutality towards both people and animals was so stomach-turningly disturbing and unnaturally convincing that Deodato was put on trial under suspicions that he had just aired a snuff film. Some went so far as to say the on-screen human deaths might actually have been real. They weren’t, of course, but unfortunately the same can’t be said about the animal deaths.

So anyways, fast-forward to the trashfest that is 2020 and we find Deodato teaming up with Fantastico Studio to produce a sequel to the 1980 cult horror. You know, just to lift our spirits a bit. But the sequel will be in the form of a Unity-made “interactive graphic adventure” game entitled Cannibal, following the particularly unenviable scenario of a bunch of people getting lost in the forests of Borneo.

The game will be available in November 2020 for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, PC, and mobile. Can’t wait to sink our teeth into this one.

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With Public Demonstrations Halted, Hong Kong Protestors Take To Animal Crossing To Fight for Democracy

Thanks to the disruptive effects of COVID-19, individuals in Hong Kong unable to protest the government in public are taking their grievances online by continuing the protest in the game Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Hong Kong has joined many other countries in instituting a strict lockdown preventing people form congregating in public places under any circumstances. Given the concern of catching the virus and the violent measures being taken to prevent that spread according to reports of police brutality by Quartz, protestors in Hong Kong have resorted to using Animal Crossing to continue fighting for independence.

While COVID-19 may be disrupting certain aspects of life, video games like Animal Crossing have become a new way for everyone to communicate, come together, and in this case act as a platform for raising awareness of political and social issues around the world.

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Coping with coronavirus: Excel’s Fabian Broich on performance during quarantine

It isn’t easy living in a world with COVID-19. The coronavirus has caused widespread disruption even in esports, one of the only live entertainment industries still functioning during isolation.

Yet in the face of the crisis, we’ve seen just how plucky and creative our industry is. Competitive gaming has bounced back online, led the way for sports during extensive lockdowns, and provided relief and escapism for millions of people.

As part of a new Esports Insider series, Coping with coronavirus, we’ll be speaking to experts from different sectors, countries, and regions across esports, to see how their companies are adapting for life in a pandemic. With any luck, the knowledge and advice we’re able to share will help us all get through this together.

First to the table is Fabian BroichHead of Performance for Excel Esports. Broich was based with Excel’s LEC roster in Berlin, which narrowly missed out on playoffs after a positive Spring Split when the crisis hit. He’s since released a useful practical guide, Staying Healthy When Quarantined, discussing what steps Excel was taking to protect its players from the virus. We caught up with him to find out how Excel has maintained the health and performance of its players and staff during a period of isolation.

Esports Insider: Last month, you laid out your plans for adjusting the team’s lifestyle to cope with COVID-19. Of the moves you made, which were successful, and what did you learn from the process?

Fabian Broich: Obviously, we had to make adjustments, since we do a lot of stuff outside of the game that is my focus as the Head of Performance. We had to make sure that the physiotherapists, the masseuse, the cook, and the cleaners were doing health screenings, so if they had any symptoms they couldn’t come anymore. And we, as coaches, used taxis instead of the tram to make sure that we prevent [the spread of] any disease or any virus [as much as] possible.

We changed into doing home workouts, doing yoga inside, since we couldn’t go out—obviously, it’s high risk when you’re in a gym, touching things that many hundreds of people in Berlin use in the same spot. We wanted to make sure, first, that we repeated our focus and our schedule.

“We change and adapt to the circumstances that we are living in and make the best out of it.”

When there are changes, you have to adapt. Let’s say we have to construct a day, how it looks like. And it’s like a puzzle: some parts are getting smaller because we can’t focus too much on sport anymore, so we have to find solutions. We had to adapt to circumstances, and then, shortly after, we thought, “Okay, we can plan a lot, but we have to react more right now, because it’s not foreseeable, what’s happening in the future.” Every day, you’ve got more updates, more regulations about the virus, so I made sure that they got a daily update. In a WhatsApp group, I also reached out to the parents, because they are worried about their sons, [who] are in a different country. We change and adapt to the circumstances that we are living in and make the best out of it.

ESI: You mentioned it being necessary to change the schedule. Can you give us an overview of how the changes played out?

FB: We start with an early breakfast together, as a team, and then we would normally do gym. So instead of doing that, we did yoga inside of the house. Since it’s not really healthy to almost not walk at all, and not move at all, we did more stretches and stuff like that.

And after that, they could take showers and play 1 or 2 Solo Queue [games], then we had team meetings, or scouting, and went into our scrims. We made sure that between every game we went outside for five minutes. We play, usually, five games: game, review, game, review. So, we’d go outside on the balcony. But we’d also make sure we get supplements, like vitamin C or zinc to boost the immune system, vitamin D, because we don’t get too much sunlight. And whenever we had the possibility we’d go outside, and we also made sure that we increased the [amount of] smoothies and berries and fruits.

Obviously, it can be pretty psychologically exhausting being just in the building all day. Not that they usually don’t spend a lot of time inside the house, but now that they’re actually being caged or not able to go outside that much, it has a big health and psychological effect on a human.

ESI: You’ve recently released a stay-at-home health guide. Is there anything that you’d like to mention that you believe would be particularly useful to other teams, staff working in esports, or people in general?

FB: Yeah, we realised that we’re all, now, in the same boat. We’re in Berlin, we’re isolated, but [Excel’s staff] in Twickenham, they’re not in the stadium anymore, they work from home. So, I would say that everyone who’s a 9-to-5 worker, and working at a desk, has the same issues as an esports player has: not being with colleagues but by yourself in the house, can’t really go outside, don’t really meet friends. It’s really important to focus on health and performance for us, but we can also call them just “essential human needs.”

“When you’re in nature, you don’t have to learn, you can fully relax, because that’s where you’re from. Now we’re basically caged like an animal in the zoo, and we are not used to this.”

That means that we should play some music, focus on our diet, get enough fresh air, sleep well enough, and also get enough fluid intake. I made some health guidelines for our company because, for me, it’s really easy to focus on, but some people are not aware of this—so why not give them a “cheat sheet” that they can lookup?

And obviously some exercise, some workout. I do it here in the morning. It feels really good to do it because we’re all just inside and not moving too much. We don’t have a huge house, we don’t take too many steps, so we need some movement to also decrease stress. We really focused on giving away these small tips for essential needs. [Since] we’re all sitting a lot, I do [exercises] for the wrist, for the neck, for the back, all these kinds of things. We make sure we stand up each hour and drink a glass of water, and then have some healthy snacks: [keep] some nuts, some bananas next to you so that you don’t end up always ordering food, or having frozen pizzas, or stuff like that. Really small things, they do have a big impact.

But also, it seems you get bored a lot when you’re just at home. You find difficulty in going to bed, because you’re in front of digital devices or monitors most of the time, and they all have blue light, which prevents you from producing the sleep hormone, melatonin. So, basically, it manipulates your brain and tells you it’s day and then you can’t really fall asleep, even though you haven’t done too much. And then it’s obviously a circle: you have less and less energy, you meet fewer people, and that is also psychologically exhausting. So, I really hope that people try still to do calls with their friends, with their family, and (if it’s possible) go outside on the balcony each hour, or get your head out of the window.

“It’s a really difficult topic because I think it’s essential that we show responsibility.”

If you go really back in evolution, we are coming out of nature, so when you’re in a room, everything you’re seeing had to be learnt at some point. Whereas when you’re in nature, you don’t have to learn, you can fully relax, because that’s where you’re from. Now we’re basically caged like an animal in the zoo, and we are not used to this.

It’s a really difficult topic because I think it’s essential that we show responsibility. We’re luckily young, at least the players and I, and we’re not hit the most since we don’t have too many health conditions. But I think it’s a responsibility to the people who are in need or who are in danger that they get protected. So, I think it’s just nice to see that society holds together and makes a statement.

The other side effect that could happen is that people could get some psychological issues because the longer and longer it goes on, it could be really depressing. Luckily, the sun is coming more and more out here. It’s not full winter, it’s spring, and the days are getting longer, so that’s going to help. I really hope that people focus on sleep, the right nutrition, and do some movement. I think that makes it way easier to cope with all this stress in a changing environment.

ESI: Would you say those are the major points, then? Sleep, exercise, fluid intake, and getting some fresh air?

FB: Yeah, those are the essentials. Sleep, nutrition, movement. And then also, for the mental part, maybe do something… I love to cook! And I now have a lot of time to cook. I hear from some people, “I always want to do this, but I never have time.” If you have an instrument or want to read a book, there is the time now. It actually gives you, also, more opportunities.

Of course, we can all dwell on it, and say we can’t really do anything, we can’t go outside, but actually, it gives us more time to do things we wanted to at one point, and we can now pick that up and learn a new language, for example. I tried to learn Danish; I haven’t really been able to do so, but I want to learn it, and I want to cook more, and now there’s the time. Obviously, in the off-season, you have to prepare a lot [for the next split], because you want to change the environment in order to get better, but it also gives you freedom. So, you can say the glass is half full or half empty. There are definitely things that are not that nice in this situation, but also new opportunities.

And the same is also for esports. I think we have a huge chance right now to make sure we post more. I really don’t post that much, but I want to help people, I want to have an impact on the health “scene” of esports. It’s not that healthy now, but especially right now there is a lot of [outside] focus on esports. People love to game, love to compete, and we can make sure that we educate people on how to live a successful or a healthy life, or a happy life. And so I think, since everyone is shut down, with esports competition esports getting higher and higher numbers—which makes sense, everyone is inside, in front of their digital devices—we have a big chance to show the “mainstream” what esports is, and give some time to introduce [it] to the general population. And show them that it’s actually quite professional, getting more professional, and we can even compete during this crisis.

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DwarfHeim: Grab A Brew With A Few Dwarves In This RTS/City-Builder

Merge Games and Pineleaf Studio are proud to announce the upcoming release of their RTS/city-builder, DwarfHeim. The game will release for the PC in 2020 and features gameplay for 1-4 players at a time. Players will need to think ahead in their layouts while expanding strategically, gathering and refining scarce resources, and building up an army, all while enhancing their forces to be as strong as they can be.

This need to develop a strong army looks to be crucial to gameplay, as players will be racing to expand, and more importantly, take on their Dwarven rivals to conquer the map. DwarfHeim will offer innovation in its RTS gameplay by offering co-op multiplayer where both you and your team must work together to utilize distinct classes and abilities. Perhaps best of all is that Dwarfs stay healthy and strong with through brewing potent ales.

There are several things to look forward to in-game and leading up to its release, including:

  • Four unique classes to choose from including Builder, Miner, Warrior, and Diplomat
  • Build, Mine, Defend and Manage. All are important to attain victory, but players choose their own strategies, units, buildings and technology that best suits them and their teams

There is also a lot to do in the single-player experience, featuring:

  • Sandbox mode that allows for exploration of a vast, open area. Build your own experience and play alone or with up to three friends in the slow-paced sandbox mode
  • Survival mode tests your strategies and strengths with up to three friends or mystic strangers and try to outlive all of the troll waves coming your way
  • Ranked Matchmaking – Rank up by winning competitive matches and face players that match your skill level
  • Friend-Pass – Invite your friends along to play on a free downloadable client of DwarfHeim, even if they haven’t purchased the game

Both the ranked mode and Friend-Pass are sure to be popular once the game formally releases, providing tons of replayability for competitive types and way for players to check out the game and see if they’d like it before buying.

For now, players can click here to wishlist the game on Steam. While there is no formal launch date set in stone, fall of 2020 looks to be the target window according the Steam page.

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Win A Nintendo Switch With A Digital Version Of Animal Crossing: New Horizons*

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Let us know in the comments what’s your favorite craft or activity in Animal Crossing. Good luck, everyone!

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Allied Esports teams up with HyperX for Online Tournaments

Allied Esports has announced a partnership with gaming peripherals brand HyperX for its upcoming online tournaments offering. With the ongoing situation regarding COVID-19, the two brands will collaborate on moving the former’s popular weekly competitions online.

Allied Esports and HyperX

Jud Hannigan, CEO of Allied Esports, commented in a release:

The current landscape has required us to come together as a team, pivot quickly and lean on trusted partners,” said. “Our relationship with HyperX continues to grow and we’re fortunate to be able to work alongside them to enhance this experience for our existing community members and the fans we will engage for the first time through this new offering.

Allied Esports and HyperX will work together on social media and marketing promotion for the new format. The online tournaments will feature cash and peripherals as prizes, both a free and paid entry option, and no requirement on level of play for entry. The competitions will be hosted on popular esports titles like Apex Legends, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Rainbow Six: Siege, and Fortnite.

The two companies signed a naming rights deal in 2018, which led to the establishment of the HyperX Esports Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada; HyperX Esports Studio in Hamburg, Germany; and the HyperX Esports Trucks in North America and Europe. Allied Esports has since participated in the creation of a multitude of facilities in North America, Europe, China, and Australia through direct operation or membership. 

After the suspension of its physical events on March 14, Allied Esports has pivoted its events to an online format. The company still offers certain services like remote streaming support and tournament design. It recently helped produce the Los Angeles Football Club’s online FIFA 20 matches, which were hosted as part of the Gaming Charity Challenge Series to raise funds for the fight against COVID-19. 

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Valorant Beta Hit With Launch Day Issues, Fix Deployed By Riot

League of Legends developer Riot Games is branching out with new projects like Valorant, which launches its closed beta starting today. It wouldn’t be a beta without a few snags, though, and beta players are hitting errors preventing them from trying out the new character shooter.

The official Valorant Twitter account says that logins on one service are causing timeouts down the line, and that Riot is aware of the problem and working on it. It also referred players to Riot Support, which issued its own statement. A number of players appear to be hitting “Error 43,” which appears after hanging in a loading screen. That may be the timeout error that Riot described. The official Valorant account on Twitter has announced a fix that will hopefully address the issue, and has paused closed beta distribution in the meantime. However, you can still sign up for the beta while you wait.

For the time being, the closed beta is limited to the United States, Europe, Canada, Russia, and Turkey. Riot has said that other regions may be coming but it will depend on developments with the coronavirus pandemic. To access the beta, you’ll need to register a Riot account and link it to a Twitch account, then watch Valorant streams.

Valorant is a 5v5 multiplayer shooter with some apparent similarities to Overwatch, including special powers and abilities for each of the distinct “Agent” characters. It was announced as part of Riot’s effort to develop several games in addition to its continuing support for League of Legends. Another of its projects, Legends of Runeterra, is a digital card game that has also recently entered beta.

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Microsoft Experimenting With Digital-Only Events Through "Remainder Of 2020"

Update: In a statement to Eurogamer, Microsoft has acknowledged it is “adjusting our event calendar and strategy. For the remainder of 2020 we are embracing the opportunity to experiment with new platforms to provide our partners, customers and developers the highest quality, digital-first experiences.” Appearances at trade shows may be decided on a case-by-case basis. The original story follows.

Many companies have already moved to a digital-only strategy for the next several months as the world deals with the coronavirus pandemic, but it seems the caution may last well into next year. Microsoft has reportedly shifted all of its event planning to digital through July 2021.

The Verge reports that an email to Microsoft MVPs explains the decision.

“In light of the challenges presented by COVID-19, Microsoft has been closely monitoring the developing global situation and re-assessing the overall company-wide in-person event strategy,” the email states. “As a company, Microsoft has made the decision to transition all external and internal events to a digital-first experience through July 2021.”

The report states that this shift includes Microsoft Ignite in September, along with Microsoft’s presence at Computex 2020 and CES 2021. It would also likely impact next year’s Build event in the spring. It’s unclear if this would affect Microsoft’s participation in E3 2021, which is still planned as a physical event following the cancellation of E3 2020. GameSpot has reached out to Microsoft for clarification.

Given the cancellation of E3, many companies like Microsoft are looking to host digital events this year. Exact timing for these events hasn’t been announced, though, so they may not be condensed into a single week like E3. Meanwhile, transitioning to remote work created logistical challenges that have forced some companies like Bethesda to call off plans to even have a digital showcase.

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Firefox 75 arrives with revamped address bar, Mozilla sticks to 2020 schedule despite coronavirus

Mozilla today launched Firefox 75 for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Firefox 75 includes a revamped address bar with significant search improvements, a few performance tweaks, and a handful of developer features. You can download Firefox 75 for desktop now from, and all existing users should be able to upgrade to it automatically. According to Mozilla, Firefox has about 250 million active users, making it a major platform for web developers to consider.

When the coronavirus crisis took hold, millions found themselves spending more time in their browsers as they learn and work from home. But the crisis is also impacting software developers. Google was forced to pause its Chrome releases, which typically arrive every six weeks. Ultimately, Chrome 81 was delayed, Chrome 82 is being skipped altogether, and Chrome 83 has been moved up a few weeks. Microsoft has followed suit with Edge’s release schedule, consistent with Google’s open source Chromium project, which both Chrome and Edge are based on. Mozilla wants to make clear it is not in the same boat. The company took an indirect jab at Google and Microsoft today, saying: “We’ve built empathy into our systems for handling difficult or unexpected circumstances. These strengths are what allow us to continue to make progress where some of our competitors have had to slow down or stop work.”

In fact, Mozilla this year sped up Firefox releases to a four-week cadence (previously they arrived every six to eight weeks). Despite the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mozilla today confirmed the team “can maintain our 2020 Firefox release schedule as we navigate this global crisis together.” Much of the Firefox staff and contributors already work remotely, test on remote hardware, and collaborate across timezones. That said, the company is monitoring internal and external feedback and remains “open to making future adjustments.” And while the schedule remains unchanged, the roadmap is shifting. Mozilla says it will avoid shipping changes that might negatively impact the user experience on, or possibly break, government and health services websites. The company has also specifically prioritized fixing video conferencing issues.

Revamped address bar with faster search

The biggest change in Firefox 75 is the improved address bar that adjusts based on your screen size. There’s a refreshed look and feel with an enlarged bar, a single view with a larger font, shorter URLs, and a shortcut to the most popular sites to search.

Speaking of search, the address bar is smarter at helping you narrow down your results. It displays additional popular keywords to help you find what you’re looking for.

Firefox 75 search bar popular keywords

Your top sites (read: most visited) are now available via a single click in the address bar. If you already have a site open in another tab but can’t find it, Firefox will highlight a text shortcut next to it. This also works for any page you search for and may not realize you’ve already opened.

Firefox 75 address bar top sites

Windows, Mac, and Linux

There are a few other additions in this release. Here’s the full Firefox 75 for desktop changelog:

  • With today’s release, a number of improvements will help you search smarter, faster. Type less and find more with Firefox’s revamped address bar: clean search experience that’s optimized for smaller laptop screens, top sites now appear when you select the address, improved readability of search suggestions with a focus on new search terms, and suggestions include solutions to common Firefox issues. On Linux, the behavior when clicking on the Address Bar and the Search Bar now matches other desktop platforms: A single click selects all without primary selection, a double click selects a word, and a triple click selects all with primary selection.
  • Firefox will locally cache all trusted Web PKI Certificate Authority certificates known to Mozilla. This will improve HTTPS compatibility with misconfigured web servers and improve security.
  • Firefox is now available in Flatpak, an easier way to install and use Firefox on Linux.
  • Direct Composition is being integrated for our users on Windows to help improve performance and enable our ongoing work to ship WebRender on Win10 laptops with Intel graphics cards.
  • Experimental support for using client certificates from the OS certificate store can be enabled on macOS by setting the preference security.osclientcerts.autoload to true.
  • Enterprise policies may be used to exclude domains from being resolved via TRR (Trusted Recursive Resolver) using DNS over HTTPS.
  • Save bandwidth and reduce browser memory by using the loading attribute on the img element. The default “eager” value loads images immediately, and the “lazy” value delays loading until the image is within range of the viewport.
  • Instant evaluation for Console expressions lets developers identify and fix errors more rapidly than before. As long as expressions typed into the Web Console are side-effect free, their results will be previewed while you type.
  • Various security fixes.

Mozilla once again did not release an Android version of Firefox. The Android team is still working on Firefox Preview, a new version of Firefox for Android powered by GeckoView. Mozilla plans to launch the new Firefox for Android in the first half of 2020.

Mozilla releases new Firefox versions every four weeks. Firefox 76 is currently slated for May.

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Score A Fantastic Bundle With Over 40 PC Games For $30, Fund COVID-19 Relief Effort Before It's Gone

Humble Bundle is known for its awesome packages of games, comics, and other forms of entertainment and software, and now the company has kicked off a bundle to help with COVID-19 relief efforts. For $30, you get 44 games, over 20 books and comics, and more. All of the money goes towards charities and organizations that are working to fight COVID-19 and save lives.

Some of the games featured in the bundle include Into the Breach, Undertale, and Hollow Knight as well as The Witness and Superhot. Many of the games are from indie developers, though the bundle also has AAA-developed games like Darksiders: Warmastered Edition, Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition, and Sniper Elite III among others. On top of all this, you get a one-month subscription to Humble Choice, which gives its subscribers a free allotment of Steam games every month.

The COVID-19 response bundle also features some great comics, including volumes of Saga, The Boys, and Spawn as well as Locke & Key and Robert Kirkman’s Oblivion Song. Volume One of Fairy Tail: Happy’s Heroic Adventure is also included as is a Humble Bundle-exclusive one-shot Army of Darkness comic. The bundle also has some sci-fi and self-help books that help with controlling emotions and stress relief.

Humble Bundle’s Conquer COVID-19 bundle is available until April 7. You may want to buy it sooner than later, however, as one of the games only has a limited number of Steam keys. 2D action-zombie game Zombotron has about 88,000 Steam keys remaining at the time of publishing.

If you’re interested in more, check out all of the free games you can claim right now and keep forever. In related news, Ubisoft is the latest company to offer free video game giveaways during the pandemic. The company plans to roll out several offers throughout April to help people stay at home in these uncertain times.

Humble Bundle’s Conquer COVID-19 bundle


  • Into the Breach
  • Undertale
  • Hollow Knight
  • Wizard of Legend
  • Totally Accurate Battle Simulator
  • The Witness
  • Superhot
  • Tilt Brush
  • Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
  • Killing Floor 2
  • Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered
  • Darksiders: Warmastered Edition
  • Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition
  • Sniper Elite III
  • This Is The Police
  • The Jackbox Party Pack 2
  • Stick Fight: The Game
  • Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons
  • Party Hard
  • Worms Revolution
  • Europa Universalis IV
  • Tropico 4
  • Gnog
  • Broken Age
  • Brutal Legend
  • Psychonauts
  • Pac-Man Championship Edition 2
  • Pikuniku
  • World of Goo
  • Super Hexagon
  • Hacknet
  • A Mortician’s Tale
  • A Good Snowman Is Hard To Build
  • Magicka
  • Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadville
  • Agents of Mayhem
  • Ducati – 90th Anniversary
  • Speed Brawl
  • Hiveswap: Act 1
  • Alien Spidy
  • Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones
  • LostWinds
  • Zombotron


  • Double Fine Adventure documentary


  • Starfinder: Pact Worlds campaign setting
  • The Art of Captivating Conversation
  • Journeys Through Time And Space
  • Coping Skills
  • The Mood Elevator (also comes with audiobook)
  • Prisoners Of Our Thoughts (also comes with audiobook)
  • Mindfulness For Kids
  • Automate the Boring Stuff with Python
  • Crosswords of Wisdom Vol. 1
  • Crosswords of Wisdom Vol. 2
  • Animal Kind


  • Locke & Key, volume 1
  • Fairy Tail: Happy’s Heroic Adventure, volume 1
  • Army of Darkness: one-shot Humble Bundle exclusive
  • Red Sonja: Petitioning the Queen
  • The Boys, volume 1
  • Oblivion Song, volume 1
  • Saga, volume 1
  • Spawn Origins, volume 1
  • Undiscovered Country, issue 1
  • Criminal, volume 1
  • Nowhere Men, volume 1
  • Lumberjanes: The Infernal Compass


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