What do we have in store this time? Well, you'll find all this and lots more:
Sweden's 10 Chambers Collective tell us all about their singularly scary co-op shooter, GTFO. We chat to the developers taking the FPS genre back to a nineties era of low polygon counts and pixelated gore. Then we check out some of the most wholesome games either in development or available now, and look at the latest efforts to tackle industry racism and make gaming more inclusive.
In our Toolbox section, we'll show you how to make a block-pushing puzzle game, while the Oliver Twins recall the programming tricks they used to squeeze WarGames: Defcon 1 onto the PlayStation. Plus! Find out how to recreate Q*bert's bouncy arcade action in Pygame Zero.
If that doesn't sound enough, then fear not - there's all this, too:
The makers of Octodad return with Bugsnax
Inside the efforts to preserve a generation of Flash games
Pitfalls to avoid when making your first narrative game
Psygnosis: the Liverpool-based studio that transformed British gaming
Plus you'll find our usual menu of news, previews and reviews, including our verdicts on Ghost of Tsushima, Maneater, and Lair Of The Clockwork God.
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