Category

News

Jingle Jam 2018 – $3.3 million!

By | Fashion, Gaming, News

The Yogscast Humble Bundle ran from the 1st to the 31st of December and raised $3.3 million for charity!
We couldn’t have been happier to have Murder in the Hotel Lisbon be part of this bundle and help so many good causes.
It truly filled our hearts with joy to be able to help so many people in need.

Every year The Yogscast runs the Jingle Jam. It is a bundle of videogames where 100% of the proceedings go to charity.
It started back in 2011 and every year it seems to get bigger and bigger – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Yogscast

This year, these were the causes where the money was distributed to:
Cancer Research UK
Call of Duty Endowment
International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association
Mental Health Foundation
Special Effect
Save the Children
Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal
Whale and Dolphin Conservation

You can follow them live on Twitch – https://www.twitch.tv/yogscast
Or just watch them on Youtube – https://www.youtube.com/user/BlueXephos
You can even talk to them on Twitter – https://twitter.com/yogscast

https://www.humblebundle.com/yogscast/yogscast-jingle-jam-2018

Happy New Year everyone!

Nerd Monkeys announces… Out of Line

By | 2D art, Animation, News, Unity

That’s right. It’s official.
We are producing Out of Line. Francisco Santos joined Nerd Monkeys and, along with Filipe Duarte Pina and Diogo Vasconcelos as producers, we will all work on making Out of Line the best game ever.
Everyone is invited to come and visit us at Lisboa Games Week 2018 this weekend and test the newest version of Out of Line. We are next to the PlayStation® stand.

For those unfamiliar, Out of Line is a PlayStation®4 exclusive and, among other awards, it won Prémios PlayStation® 2017.

For more info ->  https://nerdmonkeys.pt/out-of-line/
And check out the teaser -> https://youtu.be/CuLUnGSrHD4

Detective Case & Clown Bot in: The Nintendo Switch

By | News

After our release of The Express Killer this summer, the Portuguese fan community for the Nintendo Switch were very vocal about their interest of seeing the Case and Bot series released on their favorite platform, to the point of doing an online petition that joined a couple of hundred signatures to prove their interest in bringing these games to the Nintendo Platform.

Read More