‘Werewolf: The Apocalypse’ Video Game In Works for PC, Consoles

Apparently, “Werewolf: The Apocalypse” is likely to become a video game.

In a press release on Thursday, White Wolf announced on Paradox Interactive, “White Wolf is pleased to announce its partnership with Paris-based video game publisher Focus Home Interactive for a licensed PC and console game set in the World of Darkness.”

The presser also noted, “More information about this adaptation will come at this year’s Focus Home Interactive event, ‘le What’s Next de Focus’, taking place in Paris on February 1st and 2nd.”

Read the full press release on Paradox Interactive.


‘Grimm: Dark Legacy” keeps battling, slaughtering


The hit fantasy crime drama television series Grimm is starting on their final season this week. Meanwhile, the “dark legacy” continues with the on-line and off-line game, “Grimm: Dark Legacy” by GamesCo.

From the “Grimm: Dark Legacy” page on Steam:

Grimm: Dark Legacy is a tale of deep, dark exploration, survival, and blood thirsty combat in a medieval setting. Form a ruthless band of Grimm and begin your journey: Hunt, Craft, and Slay the hordes of Wesen in this co-operative, rogue-lite survival game.

I will be up front with you: I am not a gamer. That lunging blutbad above had my attention while I was visiting the  Grimm website on NBC.com.

Anyhow, if you’re up for playing this game, it is available for purchase on Steampowered.com at “Grim: Dark Legacy.” You can also find out more about the game and updates at www.grimmdarklegacy.com.

‘Werewolf Airline Simulator 2016’ Now Arriving at Gate 8

Airline simulators are aplenty. The players typically find themselves sitting in the pilot seat, trying to perform an entire flight function from backout from Point A to parking at the gate at Point B. There is another flight simulator, but this one puts the player into the cabin.

Pestel Crew developed a simulator game, “Werewolf Airline Simulator 2016.” The goals: keep the passengers happy and the DC-10’s cabin clean. It is you, the shapeshifting flight attendant to do your job and not get fired. In the process, you may become a chainsaw-wielding werewolf, a skateboarding beaver, or a sweeping raccoon, all with the 70’s funk music.

For each success, the passengers cheer and the thick mustached pilot donning pilot cap and aviator glasses spins onto the screen.

“Werewolf Airline Simulator” is not rated. There is a bit of gore in some action. The game is available for download at Ludumdare.com.


Be a Werewolf, Eat People in ‘Werewolf Tycoon’

Have you ever wanted to be a werewolf and eat people? There is a simulation game available for download where you can just do that.

Werewolf Tycoon is a werewolf stealth simulation game developed by Joe Williamson and Sam Twidale. The player is a werewolf lurking behind a bench on a full moon night, awaiting for its prey.

Become the Big Bad Wolf of Werewolf Park in this werewolf stealth simulation game. Eat as many people as you can, but pace yourself, try not to be seen, and do not let witnesses escape. After all, things could get tricky if too many people become aware of your existence!

I downloaded this fun little game on my Android phone and played with it for a little bit. Once I figured out the movement and the objective, I found it amusing and entertaining. There’s so much joy being a werewolf and tossing little humans into your mouth like popcorn.

The goal in the game is to eat everyone without allowing witness to escape, the people, the press, and the armed military when they are called out, then it could be lights out. It’s a fun little game that I highly recommend.

Werewolf Tycoon is available for download for free on Google Play store, Apple App Store, and Amazon App Store.

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